September 2011 Blog Posts (4)

ABCD - De'Amon Harges - Roving Listener

Most of you will know of ABCD (Asset Based Community Development); some of you will know of 'the Roving Listener'; a smaller number will have met De'Amon Harges - so here is your opportunity.

De'Amon is now offering workshops and is available. He is a remarkable inspiration - a great teacher and presenter.  So if you are looking for a new twist, or a way to renew - think about De'Amon - the Roving Listener.  …


Added by Jack Pearpoint on September 26, 2011 at 5:36am — No Comments

PATH & MAPS - Toronto - Nov. 2-4. 2011

There are a few more spaces for our Toronto PATH & MAPS course.  Already we have delightful diversity - but you could add yourself to the mix.  Join us.   The flier and registration form are attached.   If you have questions - call or write Cathy Hollands -   We hope to see you in Nov.

Jack & Lynda…


Added by Jack Pearpoint on September 26, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments

A Musical Interlude

When engaging in conversation with White Oak resident Matthew Mason, no matter how brief, one will eventually learn about the importance of music in his life. Expect to be asked about your own tastes and affections, too.


Matthew will be upfront about the sustenance he receives from this art form, and he will no doubt guide you into the genre of European heavy metal music his favorite style. When a bad day or feeling arises, Matt relies on his familiar two supports: “My best…


Added by joe erpenbeck on September 7, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

TSI Audio Experiment

Courtesy of Peter Gilli, we have some 'audio' of some bits and pieces from Summer Institutes.  As  novice in the area - I'm going to attempt to 'post' one segment - to see if it works - to see if you like it.  It's a 'prototype'. 




Added by Jack Pearpoint on September 1, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

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