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  1. Qigong & Tai Chi Lessons

    September 14, 2019, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM @ University Park Church of the Brethren

    Come join us to learn the ancient Chinese martial art often referred to as "meditation in motion" and leave feeling relaxed and energized. Free. Hosted by University Park Church of the Brethren.

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  2. Ivy League

    September 14, 2019, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Hopscotch Bridge on 44th Avenue

    We will meet at the Hopscotch Bridge on 44th Avenue. We should be visible from the bridge. If not, work your way through the park to the tennis courts. Volunteers should bring a pair of basic hand pruners and a prying tool of their choice – a dandelion weeder, large sturdy screwdriver or miniature pry bar are all good choices.

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  3. Second Saturday Lecture

    September 14, 2019, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ University Park Church of the Brethren

    Join Lore Rosenthal of the Greenbelt Climate Action Network for a two-hour workshop, Reversing Global Warming: An Introduction to Drawdown. Workshop material is provided by the Pachamama Alliance. This is a great follow up to University Park’s recent Community Conversation on Climate Change and a way to get directly involved in reversing this existential threat. Please be prompt as the workshop will take the full two hours. Project Drawdown is a coalition of more than 200 researchers and other experts from 22 countries led by author, environmentalist and entrepreneur Paul Hawken. Over the course of 5 years of rigorous scientific research, they identified and modeled the 100 most substantive solutions for addressing global warming and revealed astounding news: that it is possible not just to slow global warming, but to actually reverse it by 2050.

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