THOUGHTS FOR THIS WEEK
Summer is a great time to take stock of your life and connect more to yourself, as the pace is slower and the days are longer. I’m hosting a special workshop for exploring your vision for the next year – “Ignite Your Vision (Board)!” will take place at Body Mind and Soul on Sunday, June 30, 2-4pm and I’d love for you to join me! You’ll dive deep into your personal purpose through a short writing exercise and then we’ll spend time making vision boards. See all about it below.
I’m very concerned about our planet so wanted to make sure you knew about the screening of a beautiful short film relevant to that topic – “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins: Gwich'in Women Speak” is being shown this Saturday, June 22 at the Harrisburg Art Museum from 8-10:30pm. Renowned filmmaker/athlete/activist Miho Aida will be in attendance and you’ll learn how she works tirelessly to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by highlighting the stories of those leading the movement on the ground - the Gwich’in women, people native to northern Alaska and Canada. Another important film is being screened tonight (Wednesday, 6/19) at 6pm at Christ Church Cathedral: “Which Way Home” is a documentary about the many unaccompanied child migrants who journey through Mexico and into the United States for a better life. Both films are free and you’ll get a free dinner at the Cathedral screening.
This month is “LGBT Pride Month” and Houston has been celebrating and commemorating all June! Discovery Green is kicking off this weekend’s Pride festivities with “Rainbow on the Green,” a free celebration of the LGBT community full of love and dancing. Details on the Pride Parade and more are below.
If you’re still looking for summer day camps in Houston – doncha worry! Check out my HUGE database of over 200 camps at www.DayCampsHouston.com. There are camps for every child and every interest, including arts, sports, cooking, international cultures, academics, fitness, science, and much more. Check it out – you’ll LOVE it!