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Transition Wolfville Area is hosting a special INNER TRANSITION course with Heidi Kalyani, beginning March 31st.

A note from Heidi:
"For me, sustainable and effective transition and transformation require a blend of inspired action and thoughtful intention, all grounded in a heart-based sense of meaning and purpose. It is this inner work that provides the clarity, resilience, and connection with purpose that keeps us going even when things seem huge or hard."

i hold space
THE HEART OF CONNECTION

Holding space is a powerful practice for cultivating and sustaining vibrant, authentic, meaningful connection and relationships — with ourselves, others and the world around us. Although belonging is a deep-rooted human need, many of the ways we commonly interact and communicate actually create disconnection and separation instead. The practice of holding space offers a beautiful and transformative alternative, which can be applied to personal, work or community life.

This inner transition work is a powerful way of creating the more beautiful and resilient world our hearts know is possible!

The course will run for 7 weeks, from Wednesday March 31 to May 12th. (Afternoon and evening times are available.)

The course sessions are available in person (room for up to 8 people) or via Zoom, and the two methods can be combined.

Please register your interest by March 26th:


For more info see: www.heartwideopen.ca/holding-space
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Transition Wolfville Area is hosting a special INNER TRANSITION course with Heidi Kalyani, beginning March 31st. 

A note from Heidi:
For me, sustainable and effective transition and transformation require a blend of inspired action and thoughtful intention, all grounded in a heart-based sense of meaning and purpose. It is this inner work that provides the clarity, resilience, and connection with purpose that keeps us going even when things seem huge or hard.

i hold space
THE HEART OF CONNECTION

Holding space is a powerful practice for cultivating and sustaining vibrant, authentic, meaningful connection and relationships — with ourselves, others and the world around us. Although belonging is a deep-rooted human need, many of the ways we commonly interact and communicate actually create disconnection and separation instead. The practice of holding space offers a beautiful and transformative alternative, which can be applied to personal, work or community life. 

This inner transition work is a powerful way of creating the more beautiful and resilient world our hearts know is possible!

The course will run for 7 weeks, from Wednesday March 31 to May 12th. (Afternoon and evening times are available.)

The course sessions are available in person (room for up to 8 people) or via Zoom, and the two methods can be combined.
 
Please register your interest by March 26th: pr@transitionwolfvillearea.ca
 

For more info see:  https://www.heartwideopen.ca/holding-space

Transition Wolfville Area invites YOU to private screening of The Need to Grow!

4 pm on March 13th at the Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville.
(If there is enough interest, we’ll do a second screening at 7pm)

“Emotional, scientific, compassionate, inspiring, heart-wrenching—The Need To GROW is all of that. No human being on this planet should miss this film.”-SOVAS, Society of Voice Arts and Sciences
grow.foodrevolution.org/

Cost: We are not selling tickets or charging admission but do obviously need to cover the cost of the theatre rental ($170 with tax). This screening is a Fundraiser. Any additional money collected will go towards renewing our website and spring projects.

Post-Screening Discussion: We have invited a few local farmers to respond to the film in order to begin a post-film conversation and initial brainstorming about how we might collectively act in response to what we’ve learned. Let us know if you or someone you know might like to join this panel of respondents. We are of course counting on comments from the audience! (More details about Gardening, Great Garlic, and backyard chickens workshops on the last two weekends in March to follow soon).

In order to be sure we have enough interest to proceed with this screening, we need to pre-register attendance by March 10th.
Physical Distancing is still required in the theatre. To comply with Covid protocols we’ll need to know if you are coming solo or in a group of two or more as this will affect seating capacity. You are welcome to invite along friends and family.

Please register here if you plan to attend:
docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc6LI6jernDyjJ0ZSSkoLDby3zk4PcfoLzFmEhU1TfA5ye3tg/viewform

The Need to Grow @ Al Whittle: March 13th, 4pm
We’ll be in touch again if we open a second screening.

Film synopsis:

With an estimated 60 years of farmable soil left on Earth, The Need To Grow offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement - an 8 year old girl challenges the ethics of a beloved organization - a renegade farmer struggles to keep his land as he revolutionizes resource efficient agriculture - and an accomplished visionary inventor faces catastrophe in the midst of developing a game-changing soil regeneration technology.

The Need To GROW delivers alarming evidence on the importance of healthy soil - revealing not only the potential of localized food production working with nature, but our opportunity as individuals to help regenerate our planet’s dying soils and participate in the restoration of the Earth.
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Transition Wolfville Area invites YOU to private screening of The Need to Grow!
 
4 pm on March 13th at the Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville.
(If there is enough interest, we’ll do a second screening at 7pm)
 
“Emotional, scientific, compassionate, inspiring, heart-wrenching—The Need To GROW is all of that. No human being on this planet should miss this film.”-SOVAS, Society of Voice Arts and Sciences
https://grow.foodrevolution.org/
 
Cost: We are not selling tickets or charging admission but do obviously need to cover the cost of the theatre rental ($170 with tax). This screening is a Fundraiser. Any additional money collected will go towards renewing our website and spring projects.
 
Post-Screening Discussion: We have invited a few local farmers to respond to the film in order to begin a post-film conversation and initial brainstorming about how we might collectively act in response to what we’ve learned. Let us know if you or someone you know might like to join this panel of respondents. We are of course counting on comments from the audience! (More details about Gardening, Great Garlic, and backyard chickens workshops on the last two weekends in March to follow soon).
 
In order to be sure we have enough interest to proceed with this screening, we need to pre-register attendance by March 10th.
Physical Distancing is still required in the theatre. To comply with Covid protocols we’ll need to know if you are coming solo or in a group of two or more as this will affect seating capacity. You are welcome to invite along friends and family. 

Please register here if you plan to attend:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc6LI6jernDyjJ0ZSSkoLDby3zk4PcfoLzFmEhU1TfA5ye3tg/viewform

The Need to Grow @ Al Whittle: March 13th, 4pm
We’ll be in touch again if we open a second screening.
 
Film synopsis:
 
With an estimated 60 years of farmable soil left on Earth, The Need To Grow offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement - an 8 year old girl challenges the ethics of a beloved organization - a renegade farmer struggles to keep his land as he revolutionizes resource efficient agriculture - and an accomplished visionary inventor faces catastrophe in the midst of developing a game-changing soil regeneration technology.
 
The Need To GROW delivers alarming evidence on the importance of healthy soil - revealing not only the potential of localized food production working with nature, but our opportunity as individuals to help regenerate our planet’s dying soils and participate in the restoration of the Earth.

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I will stay tuned to see if you add 7pm because that'll probably be better for me

Today from 1:30-8pm, pop-up rapid covid testing for the Valley. ... See MoreSee Less

In case you missed this, here is a recording. It's an excellent presentation by Chris, at Yonder Hill Farm on saving seed from start to finish in a Nova Scotia climate. ... See MoreSee Less

We made our first batch of rain barrels this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good times! They are available if anyone is interested...60$ and you can have your own rain barrel...

Will there be another meeting soon?

Cool!!!

Wow Thank you 🌈💫💕🙏🏻

EARLY NOTICE OF VALLEY TREE PLANTING THIS FALL...

TREE PLANTING EVENT
September 19 and 20, 2020
Climate Circle Project
Wolfville, NS

---LET’S DO OUR PART TO HELP MOTHER EARTH---

Can you lend a hand to help our TREE group this Autumn to plant 2000 tree seedlings?

WHO: Transition Wolfville Area Group and Climate Circle group roughly 20-25 planters each day

WHAT: Plant 2000 tree seedlings of red and white spruce and white pine, to be obtained from Dept of Lands

WHERE: On private lands in the King’s County Area including Harbourville, Grafton, and Burlington

WHEN: September 19-20, 2020 starting at 10:00 am each day until planted
Saturday - Plant 1000 on two properties on the North Mountain.
Sunday - Plant 1000 on remaining properties, one of which is in Grafton.

WHY: Because we care!

BRING: A shovel, water, a lunch, solid footwear, perhaps insect protection

Please contact Marilyn at
or Janet at to enlist in the tree planting.
In your email to us, please indicate which day you can work Saturday, Sept 19 or Sunday Sept 20 or both!

Let’s make it happen, Kind People!
IN THIS TOGETHER!
Marilyn and Janet and the TREE group
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Climate Circles Reunion Saturday August 1 @3-5pm Willow Park Wolfville

Come join us for a relaxed conversation and catch up on all the news! Climate Circles met on Zoom for awhile before it dwindled to the Transition group, which has completed its revitalizing of Transition Wolfville Area. Transition Wolfville Area has been meeting in a small group and working on some projects and we want to share our ideas with you. We've also heard of other groups working away in their own way too. Fantastic! The Climate Circle was such an amazing gathering of people wanting change and we haven't stopped- lets connect again and keep the momentum happening!

There will be social time, time to share updates, and if desired, we can break into conversation groups as we used to do.

We will be following social distancing.

Please bring:

a chair and/or a blanket (these are great tools to help distance, so please do bring them)
a mask in case you can't distance
snacks just for your family group/bubble who come with you. Sadly, no food sharing this time around...

We would love to see you there!
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