Events

Celebrate the 200th Birth Year of Henry by Visiting Thoreau Farm and Attending the Following Events:

Honoring Thoreau with Meditation & Journaling

 Nanri Tenney and Thoreau Farm are offering a course to explore the soul of mystic, sage, and naturalist Henry David Thoreau. We will read his works with a fresh perspective using the practices of meditation and journaling to gain our own insights and enjoy the opportunity to reflect and write. This eight-week workshop will have special emphasis on his books “The Journal 1837-1861″ (which is the source of all of Thoreau’s other works) and “Walden” No former experience of meditation or journal writing is necessary. Please bring your own journal if you wish. Paper will be provided.Nanri_Tenney_n

Classes will be held March 8-April 26, Wed. at 2:00 – 3:30 PM in the afternoon at Thoreau Farm, 341 Virginia Road, Concord, MA. The series is $80; the drop in rate is $15

For more info contact Nanri Tenney at nanritenney@gmail or 978 376 4536.
Nanri Tenney  teaches meditation, art and yoga.

 

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I love to be Alone, A Valentine to Henry David Thoreau
Sunday, March 19, 2017, 3pm-5pm

For seven years, Diane and Michael Lorence lived in a 144 sq. ft. house they built themselves, without electricity or hot water, hidden in the woods, in a world lit only by fire.

The Lorences will share their experience and how they came to find peace by living simply in the Innermost House.                                                                                       

This event is free and open to the public, but due to limited seating, reservations are required. Please email margaretcb@thoreaufarm.org to make your reservation and for more information. This event is sponsored by Thoreau Farm and the Thoreau Society.