We’re having a Pay What You Want Booksale for three days straight! Come in on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 10-3 to grab some books at whatever price seems fair to you. Those hours too early for you? We’ll still have the books out Friday evening from 6pm-9. Come stock up!
Also happening this week:
Monday, November 14th, 5:15pm: Free Acupuncture Clinic
led by the Freedom Center
Ear acupuncture is a safe, simple, effective treatment that is used in clinics and treatment centers around the world. It is effective for addiction, cravings, detoxification, insomnia, stress, depression, and trauma. It is said to provide a ‘drug-free high’ that produces a deep sense of relaxation and promotes healing and recovery. It is also helpful for withdrawal from psychiatric drugs.
These are free, anonymous, drop-in, clinics. No questions are asked about why you are there and intake paperwork is optional. Everyone is welcome.
Monday, November 14th, 6:00pm: Game Night
Join us for tea and games. Come to play an old favorite, learn something new, or bring a game of your own.
Wednesday, November 16th, 7:00pm: Talking About Sex
led by Meg Baker
Come talk about why it can be challenging to talk about sex and sexuality, and how to make it less so. Come share and learn new ways of seeing sexuality and tools to communicate more clearly about sex. Whether you are not yet sexually active, or you are dealing with your children’s sexuality, or you are discovering what sex is like as you age, it’s part of your life for your entire life. Let’s talk about it in an all-gender-friendly and judgment-free space with skilled facilitation.
This group is an on-going, drop-in group open to anyone 15 and over.
Friday, November 18th, 6:00pm: Food, Friends, Discussion
On Friday nights, we’ll be offering evening open hours in addition to our weekly discussion. Bringing food is encouraged, but don’t stay away if you don’t have time to make a dish! Join us on Friday to discuss how we, as individuals and communities, can prepare for an uncertain future – regardless of our physical abilities or economic means. Please bring your own serving utensils and a plate or bowl to eat from.
Saturday, November 19th, 1:00pm to 2:45: Season of Plenty
led by Joshua Gannon-Salomon
Bring the whole family because it’s story time once again at Owl and Raven and there’s always enough to go around. Joshua Gannon-Salomon is serving up big portions of songs and stories themed around Thanksgiving from all around the world! So take a break from swapping recipes, coordinating invitations, and raking leaves, and come enjoy the Season of Plenty with us!