Dear Friends, I truly hope this finds each of you well. It will come as a surprise to no one, I suspect, that the Conference leadership has been in conversation about the status of our week together in June. I’m writing today to let you know where we are right now, and what the next …
As the leaves fall from the trees, we can feel the buzz starting to build about the Northfield Conference 2020 topic of Holding on and Letting Go. This year’s workshop co-coordinators are Sarah Melasecca and Andy Jeffrey, and together we are ready to solicit ideas for workshops. At this early stage in the process, we are …
As this year’s Workshop Coordinators, Betsy Taylor and I would like to invite you to submit unformed suggestions and/or official Proposals for this year’s June Conference. Ideas were gathered during the first planning meeting in Montreal, others have trickled in via email, and no doubt more will arise during our gathering at Peter & Qathy’s …
Please note the change of date!! The new date is January 11-13, 2019 Stay tuned for more information from our planners, Isabelle Pepin and Wendy Boode, and from our registrar Tracey Briscoe.
Now that you have seen this year’s logo you surely will be at the front of the line to get your t-shirt!
The Annual Fund year is finally at an end! And the powers that be are filled with gratitude for the generosity of so many of us! Attached is my way of saying Many, Many Thanks!! Yee-Ha!! Caroline
Congratulations to Maria and Bob and their wonderful team for creating such a marvellous weekend.
The theme of this year’s conference is RESILIENCE. This theme can be applied in so many ways: on a personal level, sure, but how do we interpret its meaning or impact on a local, national or global level? Stay tuned!
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