Welcome to Lifelong Wellness, Inc. 501(c)(3) organization
All meetings and movies are held at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Higby Rd, Utica, NY

JUNE 21, 2016 DINNER & PRESENTATION

Doors Open for Desserts at 6pm, Speaker at 7pm [no dinner this month]

Please note we are meeting the 3rd Tuesday this month due to the Church Rummage Sale

A FOCUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE
(partial viewing of the film by Robert Kenner, Merchants of Doubt, followed by a discussion and a call to action facilitated by Barb Freeman)

This documentary exposes a concerted strategy to create doubt about the facts of climate change through the use of “pundits-for-hire” who present themselves as authorities. In Merchants of Doubt, we learn how the climate denial movement has borrowed from the playbook used by the tobacco industry for years, and how climate denial is a risky game of deception with high stakes – preying on people’s fears and creating societal division and inaction on climate.

Barb Freeman has volunteered many hours with the Boonville Environmental Conservation Council, the Oneida County Environmental Management Council, the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority, the Oneida County Hazard Mitigation Task Force and the Oneida County Department of Health CARE Committee (Community Action for a Renewed Environment). She and Kenneth Drake of the Unitarian Universalist Church presented this information in April for Earth Day and we feel it is important to share this again with our Lifelong Wellness members.

Annual Membership: $20 for Individual - $30 for Family
Desserts and Presentation: $8 for members and $10 nonmembers
Presentation Only: $5 members, $7 nonmembers
Desserts: Fresh Fruit, cheese and gelato

RSVP for Dessert so we have enough on hand please:
Call or text 794-9894 or email at lifelongwellnesscny@gmail.com with name and number attending. No RSVP needed for presentation only.

Movie Night 7PM, Tuesday, June 28, 2016
One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das
documents the life and musical career of American kirtan singer Krishna Das. In 1970, while struggling with drug abuse and depression, Das left his native Long Island, New York for India, selling all his possessions and turning down the opportunity to record as lead vocalist with the band that would later become Blue Öyster Cult. While in India he formed a close relationship with the guru Neem Karoli Baba (Maharaj-ji), setting him on a new spiritual course and eventually leading to his emergence as Krishna Das – the world-renowned spiritual teacher, chant master, and Grammy-nominated musician. Free admission for the movie; donations accepted.



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Lifelong Wellness is an informal community providing avenues of learning, growth, self discovery and empowerment to free body, mind and spirit for full health in celebration of life.