HARBORSIDE -Â Join former Brooksville resident Beth Adams and Paki Wieland at 7pm on Monday, August 16thÂ for a conversation on the relevance of Gandhi’s life and teachings to our co-creating lives of nonviolence on the path toward a sustainable future for all beings. Participants are invited to share their particular thoughts about and practices of nonviolence in this time of unprecedented opportunity to choose life and a just and sustainable future in local and global contexts.
Adams and Wieland, long-time peace activists now based in Western Massachusetts, will speak from their experiences of committed nonviolent resistance rooted in spiritual practice.
The Nearing home will open at 6:30 on August 9, and guided tours will be available before the program.
Forest Farm is a half hour drive from Blue Hill. From Blue Hill village, take Routes 176, 15, and 175 through South Brooksville, turn left onto Cape Rosier and follow the signs for The Good Life Center to
372 Harborside Road.
Restoration of the garden and buildings at Forest Farm is currently underway and a fund has recently been established for the conservation and preservation of their extensive library of books. Donations are appreciated and needed. For more information, phone The Good Life Center, 207-326-8211 or visit www.goodlife.org.
Summer visiting hours continue on Thursday through Monday, 1-4 p.m., closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The Center will remain open though Labor Day. Visitors can see the beautiful stone home, stone greenhouse,
and stonewalled garden – hand-built in the early 1980â€™s by Scott in his 90â€™s and Helen in her 70â€™s. A short film about them is shown, gardeners and volunteers will answer questions, and Nearing books are available for purchase.
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