Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The Buttonwood Tree Encourages Gratitude with New Program

The folks at The Buttonwood Tree, feeling gratitude especially today, wish to extend a message of compassion and hope for all those who suffered in the storm. May recovery be swift and secure, and all those involved, safe.

To note:  the facilitator is unavailable to host tonight's class, Go With the FLOW.  This program will next be offered in November but is canceled for tonight, October 30th. Our apologies to all.

Buttonwood's list of programs continues to grow in diverse arenas. After launching their Film Series recently with a documentary called "Happy", another new program free of charge, will start Monday, Nov 5th.  Moments of Gratitude is a program intended to help us all be more aware of the good things in our life.  From 7:45 - 8 pm on Mondays folks will have the opportunity to share their experiences with others. Moments of Gratitude envelopes will be available and free to all. Along with directions, blank slips of paper are in the envelopes which can be used during the week to hold your own notes on times when you felt gratitude.  The program will be held just before the popular Anything Goes Open Mic,   and will be hosted by Anne-Marie Cannata. 

The Buttonwood Tree is open today until 8 pm (as usual), offering free wifi and a computer for patrons to use. Slambovian coffee and light snacks are available during their events and general bookstore / art gallery hours.  Catch Janine Janaki's pastel paintings today - our new show with Middletown High School's Art Club starts Thursday, November 1.

TBT is located at 605 Main Street, next to It's Only Natural market.  see www.buttonwood.org for more, or call 860.347.4957.

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