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Body, Mind, & Spirit - Week of December 4, 2017






 
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Monday


December 2017
 9 a.m. 

"A Day of Solitude and Meditation Practice": Michigan Friends Center.

  community member   < less flying heron

Daylong silent meditation retreats are a great opportunity to enjoy the quiet of the country while practicing sitting and walking meditation. This day is appropriate for anyone interested in meditation: beginners will have break-out instruction; experienced meditators can be in silence all day; those in between can practice and have their questions answered. Led by Carol Blotter
Contact Carol at 734-475-0942 or cb.meditate@gmail.com to register.
This day is a fundraiser for Michigan Friends Center.
Carol Blotter's meditation practice draws from dual roots in the Quaker and Buddhist traditions. She has been teaching since 1999 and has led more than 40 retreats across the United States and has taught over 50 classes in meditation to spiritual seekers, schools, universities and medical groups. She is a teacher for The Forest Way which is an organization dedicated to providing retreat opportunities conducive to spiritual growth that is both balanced and integrated.
Michigan Friends Center, 7748 Clark Lake Road, Chelsea. Donation. $30 or as able. (734)475-1892. manager@mfcenter.org mfcenter.org/programs.html#Retreats [map]



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Tuesday


December 2017
 7:30 p.m.  Free! 

Interfaith Service of Affirmation "Your People Are My People": Ann Arbor area faith communities.

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You are invited to an interfaith service of love and support for LBGTQI folks and allies. Featured speaker is Rev. Theresa Ines Soto, Interim Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Flint. Featured musicians include Jean Chorazyczewski, Lori Fithian, Katie Geddes, Regina Lambert-Haut, Brandy Sinco, Laszlo Slomovits and David Vaughn. A collection will be taken to support the work of Immigration Equality. A social gathering will follow the service.
First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor, 4001 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd., at Ellsworth. Free. 248-219-7583. joburleigh@aol.com [map]


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Saturday


December 2017
 5 p.m.  Free! 

Grand Opening: Lulu Beauty Lounge & Academy.

  community member   < less Lulu logo

You are invited to attend the Grand Opening Party of Lulu Beauty Lounge & Academy on Saturday, Dec.9 from 5-9pm, at 4569 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
We are an exclusive, luxury, women's beauty lounge that specializes in advanced services such as eyelash and hair extensions, microblading, bridal events, and makeup services. Our services also include hair botox treatments, exclusive Lulu oil bar healing hair treatments, and keratin treatments.
Lulu Academy is for the beauty professional who want to become a master artist in the areas of eyelash extensions, hair extensions, makeup artistry, and bridal and special occasion styling courses.
Join us for drinks and hors d'oeuvres, henna art, image consulting, raffle prizes that include free services, and the opportunity to relax and enjoy an evening in a beautiful new lounge environment. All are welcome!
Lulu Beauty Lounge & Academy, 4569 Washtenaw Ave, ste C. Free. 734-263-2476. lulubeautyloungemi@gmail.com www.lulubeautyloungemi.com [map]



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Sunday


December 2017
 10 a.m.  Free! 

Meeting for Worship in the manner of Friends: Michigan Friends Center.

  community member   < less Flying Heron

Under the auspices of Ann Arbor Friends meeting, a Quaker worship group has been meeting in one form or another since the early days of the Friends Lake Community and Michigan Friends Center. John Deikis currently carries on the tradition as coordinator. To join this group, email director@mfcenter.org
Michigan Friends Center, 7748 Clark Lake Road, Chelsea, MI, 48118, Chelsea. Free. (734)475-1892. manager@mfcenter.org www.mfcenter.org [map]







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