Sunday, February 28, 2o16 at 6 pm
Rensing Center Library
1165 Mile Creek Rd, Pickens, SC 29671
Bring food or drink to share.
The second in a series of monthly potluck suppers to be held the last Sunday of the month on the theme of healing, both personal and community.
We will gather on the last Sunday of each month to listen, learn, ponder a theme, and share ideas and supper. Readings will be encouraged; make suggestions or explore the Rensing Center’s library. We will explore patterns as we know them and as we could heal them, in a context of creativity and spirituality. We hope to gather a diverse group of participants and listen to each other’s ideas with respect.
Our second supper in the series will be centered around the theme GATHER. The suppers are facilitated by Ellie Taylor, nurse, nutritional expert, author. This month’s conversation will feature Fletcher Perry, andMable Clark. Perry is a member of Pickens City Council and interested in BBQ, a long southern tradition. Clark organizes a monthly fish fry at Soapstone Church, drawing community members from near and far.
Come prepared to share stories and ideas about how food has brought people together. What does it means to share a meal with others in the context of present, and past cultural traditions. What are your family food traditions? How has the meaning of eating together changed (or not) over the years?
Seating limited, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 864.380.1267 by Feb. 28.
Future themes may include BALANCE, PROTECT, INTEGRATE, RECOVER, APPRECIATE, LAUGH, SHARE, and CONSERVE. Suggest others!