A lively, thoughtful, engaging conversation concerning topics important to our everyday lives.
This guided discussion by Lowell Jaeger using the poem “The Mending Wall” by Robert Frost demonstrates the value of honoring diverse perspectives, bringing people together for an hour of shared thoughts and surprising insights.
Come & rediscover how pleasing a meaningful and fun conversation can be. This is sponsored by a Montana Humanities Grant.
Lowell Jaeger serves as Humanities Division Chair at Flathead Valley Community College. He is a national trainer of discussion facilitators for the Center for Civic Reflection. He is a graduate of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop. Lowell was awarded the Montana Governor’s Humanities Award for his work in promoting civil civic discourse. He is the author of seven collections of poems, the most recent of which is ‘Or Maybe I Drift Off Alone ‘(Shabda Press )
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Workshops, classes, artist talks, and educational programing will resume in the spring.
Space limited. This workshop must be attended by at least two but no more than five people.
COMING Late Spring . . .
BACC is seeking creative thinkers, life time learners, art lovers of all ages to launch a Creative Salon.
Do you love to learn? Do you want to meet new people interested in art and culture? Would you like to learn how to paint, make bracelet, listen to a poetry reading, discuss a book?
BACC is forming a group of creative spirits to create a salon–a group who comes together to be inspired, to see new things, to explore new horizons. We hope to launch the salon. Would you like to become a member, be a presenter, or help us manifest this project. If please contact BACC’s Director at 602.769.0648 or firstname.lastname@example.org.