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Circle Practice to Mark the Winter Solstice
December 21, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ESTFree
Venue change: this event will no longer be meeting in person and is moving to Zoom, and the start time has been changed from 6 to 7:00 PM accordingly.
Honoring this day of the Winter Solstice, Strong Oak Lefebvre will guide the group through the basic tenets of Circle Practice. The class will focus on learning by doing. Under Strong Oak’s gentle and skillful leadership, class participants will learn about the meaning of Circle Practice, the importance of the ritual, and the deep sharing that often emerges. All this will be evident as the group engages in a Circle with Strong Oak guiding and supporting each individual and the group as a whole. Come for the community dinner meal at The Hub, and stay for this open and meaningful sharing on the Winter Solstice in this moving Circle Practice Workshop. All welcome.Register
Strong Oak Lefebvre
Strong Oak Lefebvre, MSSA is the Executive Director and Co-founder of the Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition Inc. They are of Mi’Kmaq and Maliseet descent. In 2017, Strong Oak received the Visionary Voice Award from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, representing the state of Massachusetts in recognition of her work to end sexual violence. Strong Oak served on the Advisory Council for the National Sexual Resource Center from 2010-2016. She is currently a Peer Cohort, representing VBCIC, with the Just Beginnings Collaborative, a funding organization that seeks to build a movement to end childhood sexual assault nationwide. Strong Oak is a member of the Governor’s Statutory Restorative Justice Advisory Committee in Massachusetts and is currently serving a six-year term that began in November 2018. They are also a member of the Raliance Policy Group working on a three-year study on mandated reporting and its impact on survivors from marginalized communities.