Thursday, November 21, 2013

This week at the Buttonwood Tree...

Friday, November 22

Jacob Smullyan Classical Piano
8 - 10 pm, $10

Classical pianist Jacob Smullyan will return to the Buttonwood in a program including one of Beethoven’s earliest masterpieces, the Sonata in E flat Op. 7, and one of Schubert’s last, the c minor Sonata, D958. Also on the program will be works by Webern and Brahms.

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Saturday, November 23

Qigong / Tai Chi
7:30 - 8:30 am, free

Practicing Qigong will help relax your body and mind by combining simple, gentle stretching movements with focused breathing.

Community Yoga
8:45 - 10 am, free

From the thousands of practice hours on the mat, Terri Johnson brings a deep understanding of the yoga experience to her classes. She will be teaching a unique and varied Vinyasa Flow style as it allows her to unify her appreciation of the benefits of the different types of yoga.

Aligned with Source Workshop for Empowerment
10:30 am - 12:30 pm, $5 suggested donation

This week's topic: In Gratitude for Abundance & Thanks. In this Thanksgiving week, let every moment be a moment in gratitude.  Join in contributing to Peace and Abundance in our World.  Bring a list of all that you are Grateful for; all that you recognize as Abundance in your life.

Joe Fonda @ The Buttonwood
8 pm, $10

Joe Fonda joins with Jazz legend Harvey Sorgen and the “Mexican Guitar Wizard” Omar Tamez, for an evening of Jazz, Blues, Mexican Folk music and everything in between. This trio is a sight and sound to behold, so don’t miss out on an evening of great music and fun!

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Sunday, November 24

Food Not Bombs
1 - 2 pm, free

“Cooking for Peace and Social Justice.” Food Not Bombs shares food about 1 pm in front of the Buttonwood. Anyone is welcome. Consider yourself invited to help us prepare vegetarian food at the First Church on 190 Court Street at 11:30 am.

John Basinger Performs: Paradise Lost
2:30 pm, free

John Basinger will perform from Book 11 from Paradise Lost at 2:30pm for a FREE show. John Milton’s epic poem comes to life when Basinger offers his perspective and unique understanding. Books will be provided to follow along.

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