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Change Your Thoughts, Heal Your Body


with Linda Hargesheimer

Calendar May 22, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Come learn how the positive and difficult happenings in your life can affect you down to the cellular level. You will then identify and explore the emotional challenges that have effected your life. Learn ways to begin turning around and eliminating cellular memories from your body, so you can be happier and healthier. Bring pen/pencil and paper. Suggested reading: 'Heal Your Body', Hay House Publishing, ISBN: 978-0937611357.

Forgive to Heal - WS18


with Linda Hargesheimer

Calendar May 9, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Forgiveness does not mean condoning someone else's poor behavior; it means letting go of your "anger" about the situation. Forgiveness is a gift to yourself. Come join us to learn why withholding forgiveness is difficult for maintaining your health and happiness. Through a variety of experiential exercises you will be able to address and release many of your issues with yourself and others. Bring pen/pencil and paper.

Introduction to Numerology - WS18


with Linda Hargesheimer

Calendar May 15, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Numerology is an ancient theory about the use of numbers to reveal the recurring patterns in your life. Explore a deeper understanding of yourself and others by using your birth date and full given name. Calculate your Life Lesson number, when your Major Life Change will occur, how other people see you, who you are, what you are supposed to do in this life, and which issues to focus on. Discover how numerology influences your personality, potential career options, life influences, and your compatibility with other and possible life partners. Bring a pen or pencil to class! An informational CD is included in the tuition. Suggested reading: 'Numerology and the Divine Triangle', Para Research, ISBN: 978-0914918103.

New Hampshire Winery Adventure
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New Hampshire Winery Adventure

Calendar May 5, 2018 at 7 am, runs for 1 week

Many of you have enjoyed our past winery tours! This spring, let us take you a little farther afield as we sample some of the finest wines along the southern New Hampshire Wine Trail. Experience the hospitality of the granite state’s best known wine venues during this day of touring, tasting, and shopping.

Our first stop is actually in Portland where we will visit the Maine Mead Works Tasting Room to sample their signature Honeymaker Mead. Maine Mead Works was founded in 2007 with the goal of re-introducing the world to the oldest of all fermented beverages. They blend ancient tradition and modern science to produce a highly distinctive product.

Entering New Hampshire, our tour lunch will be served at the Holy Grail Restaurant in Epping where the old St. Joseph’s Church has been reborn into one of the Seacoast’s premier restaurants. The owner’s Irish roots are reflected in the food and ambience of this unique pub. We’ll likely be seated in the choir loft where the stained glass windows are easily enjoyed along with a delicious lunch.

This afternoon we visit Labelle Winery in Amherst where winemaker Amy LaBelle began making small batches of wine in 2005. Production has dramatically increased, now offering over 30 styles of award winning, world class wines all produced in a state of the art facility surrounded by lush vineyards. We’ll sample some of the favorites followed by plenty of time to visit the gift shop featuring all 34 varieties for sale along with the Winemakers’s Kitchen culinary line.

Our last stop of the day is Fulchino Vineyards in Hollis where we’ll sample a number of wines from their extensive selections. Let’s hope for a warm spring day to enjoy the Italian inspired winery and patio.

The day will end with a surprise (think Tuscany!)

Registration fee includes motor coach transportation, three winery tours, tastings, snacks and souvenir glasses, and Holy Grail lunch.

No one under 21 may participate -must have valid ID. For liability reasons, alcohol consumption on the bus is not permitted.

Depart 7:15 a.m. Waterville (Elm Plaza), return 9:00 p.m.Depart 7:45 a.m. Gardiner (Park and Ride, I-95 Exit 102), return 8:15 p.m.

Deadline to register is April 5. No refunds will be issued after this date.



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