Social Change Sundays #2 (Free)

Facilitators coming soon!

May 26, 2019 -
4:00pm to 6:30pm


Social Change Sundays is a series of 7 workshops for opening dialogue about inter-sectional social justice. Join us as we engage in conversation and movement in a positive space with great refreshments!

In each 2.5h training, co-led by a trained Social Justice Facilitator and a Somatics Practitioner, participants will engage in open dialogue, critical thinking, and creative, interactive, & movement-based tools for building authentic, equitable relationships. Post-session we will offer a delicious shared supper and open dance/jam space where we can further integrate the material.

We are offering this event for FREE. The value of this event is $40 - $75. If you'd like to make a donation in any amount, that would be appreciated! Advance registration required

Earthdance's facilities are ADA accessible. For more information about access at Earthdance, including parking, you can look on our Accessibility page here.

Free childcare available. Important note! We need to know at least two weeks in advance of the event to arrange this. Please email development@earthdance.net for more details.

  

Join us! We encourage local & regional community members, leaders, and organizations to come learn with us, build relationships, and have fun together, while gaining tools for more inclusive & constructive community engagement. Advance registration required.

Schedule:
3:45pm 
Arrival
4 - 6:30pm Workshop 
6:30 - 7pm Light supper
7 - 9pm Open Jam 

Fees:
We are offering this event (including light supper and Open Jam) for FREE. The value of this event is $40 - $75. If you'd like to make a donation in any amount, that would be appreciated!

*Trainings may be filmed to offer documentation to the general community as reference tools, and for further learning and engagement.

Future workshop dates: June 23, Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 17

(Photo credits: Anna M. Maynard)

Thank you to the National Endowment for the Arts, Easthampton Savings Bank, and the Springfield & Cummington Cultural Councils, our generous sponsors for this series!