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Green Coffee Connections Meeting - 9:30am. Green Coffee Connections is a group of green and sustainable local businesses connecting with each other to bring awareness to green living resources in Bucks/Mont. The group is about building relation- ships, education, and promotion. Free. Box It, 1776 S. Easton Rd.,Doylestown. 215-348-9269. For info, join the LinkedIn Group, The Green Collaboration.


Community Kirtan and Drum Circle - 6-9pm. Join this group for a call and response chanting circle and an open drum circle to make music, have fun and focus on chanting and drumming for peace and the healing of the earth. Bring any instruments-drums, rattles, etc. but there will be plenty of instruments to share. Children welcome. Bring a snack to share. Free or donation to The Peace Center. The Peace Center, 102 W Maple Ave, Langhorne. Contact Valerie or Ian Haag, 267-840-8003.Val@Rainbow-


Mind-Body Approaches to Wellness for People Affected by Cancer - 10am-2pm. Gabriel Rocco leads this workshop that explores mind/body/emo- tion interactions. Participate in exercises that utilize breathing, relaxation, and meditation practices. Learn howmind-body practices have the potential to support one’s capacity to live with the difficulties and unpredictable nature of cancer. Free. Bring a lunch. Pre-register. TheWellness Community of Philadel- phia, Ridgeland Chamounix Dr,WFairmount Park, Philadelphia. 215-879-7733.

First Saturday Newtown Free Event for Kids - 1-2pm.Valarie and Ian Haag of Rainbows of Heal- ing will be offering crafts, story time, drumming and singing for kids of all ages. Free. Soulutions for Daily Living, 126 N. State Street, Newtown.


Mind-Body: Methods for Stress Management for People Affected by Cancer - 6:30-8:30. Aug 9, 16. Learn relaxation techniques, breathing and meditation practices that can help one to manage stress and to live more fully in the moment. Free. Pre-register. TheWellness Community of Philadel- phia, Ridgeland Chamounix Dr,WFairmount Park, Philadelphia. 215-879-7733.

8 Weeks to Wellness Orientation - 7-9pm. 8Weeks to Wellness offers a lifestyle change incorporating chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, medita- tion, nutritional support and personal training to create an overall sense of well being. Pre-register. Optimal Health Center, 301 Oxford Valley Road, Ste. 1405, Yardley. 215-493-4463.

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Early Childhood Open House - 10-11am. Imagina- tive play and learning by doing form the cornerstone of Waldorf preschool and kindergarten programs. Learn more about ourWaldorf early childhood pro- grams and whyWaldorf education works. Children welcome. Free. Pre-register. 610-982-5606. River ValleyWaldorf School, 1395 Bridgeton Hill Road, Upper Black Eddy.


Kayak Windward Beach, NJ - 8am-3 pm. Kayak and enjoy the beauty ofWindward Beach, NJ. Not far from the popular Island Beach State Park, this is a great spot to see many different species of shore birds. This trip is rated moderate. Silver Lake Na- ture Center, 1306 Bath Rd, Bristol. 215-785-1177.

Beautiful Butterflies - 10-11:30am. Take a look at the butterflies of the area. Program will include a slide show of butterflies and caterpillars, informa- tion on plants for nectar and larval food and outside exploration with butterfly nets. Pre-register. $10/ members; $12/nonmembers. The Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center, 2877 Creamery Road, Solebury Township. 215-297-5880.


Orbs, Inter-dimensional Consciousness and Con- tact - 6-9pm. GeneAng PhD will discuss how uni- versal consciousness, group coherence and intention are the keys to bringing in angelic, ultra-terrestrial and enlightened beings to help further the evolution of the planet and humanity. The experiential portion will start at 8pm outside. Bring digital cameras and a blanket. $50. Doylestown. 215-348-5755. Susan-


Mind-Body: Methods for Stress Management for People Affected by Cancer - 6:30-8:30. See August 9 listing.


Children Who See Dead People - 7-8:30pm. An authority on afterlife contacts, Christine Duminiak will explain about children’s natural gift to see and hear spirits, the importance of accepting their experiences, how to guide them and protect them. $30/adult; free/children (18 and under).NewBritain. 215-348-5755.


Look Good, Feel Better for People Affected by Cancer - 12:30-2:30pm. Offered by the American

Cancer Society, this program teaches beauty tech- niques to women in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Cosmetologists teachwomen howto cope with skin changes and hair loss using cosmetics and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry. Free. Pre-register. TheAnne McCouch Center, 1000 West Main Street, Lansdale. 215-879-7733.


Restore and Renwe Yoga - 6:30-8pm. A gentle yoga class good for all levels. No prior experience is needed to attend. Rest deeply in supported poses and surrender to the nurturing assistance of the in- structor, Carole Pepe. $16.Yoga Loka, Frenchtown, NJ.

Michelle Whitedove: Winner of America’s Psychic Challenge - 7-10pm. Recently featured in an HBO Documentary, Whitedove is a Medical Intuitive, Psychic Life Coach, Spiritual-Medium, and Futurist. Learn to be aware of the signs when the universe is giving one guidance. Discover the importance of protecting one’s own energy and how to awaken one’s innate intuitive abilities.Whitedove will also give random audience messages. $50.War- rington. 215-348-5755.


Reiki One: Healing for One’s Whole Self - Par- ticipate in one’s own healing as one connects to the same energy that sparks and sets the miracle of life in motion. Receive attunements and re-enter the world with the gift of healing in the palm of one’s hands. Facilitated by Dr. Lauren Nappen, Reiki Master Teacher. Pre-register. Ahhhjusting To Life, 3346 Durham Rd, Mechanicsville. 215-794-0606.


Naturalist Series: Photography - 9-11am. First in a series of workshops open to everyone. Silver Lake Nature Center’s resident historian/photographer will teach the basics of getting good nature pictures. Pre-register. $8 /member; $11/nonmember. Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Rd, Bristol. 215- 785-1177.

Intro to Kayaking - 12-2 pm. This paddle is great for beginners and those looking to improve their paddling skills. Basic paddle strokes, proper tech- nique and boat handling skills will be demonstrated. Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Rd, Bristol. 215-785-1177.


8 Weeks to Wellness Orientation - 7-9pm. See listing on August 9.

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