Sisters of Benevolent Activity will start Sunday Prayer & Practice gatherings with public welcome in April 2018. I’ve envisioned for several years gathering at Roaring River County Park on Sunday afternoons. Lilian and I have had many glorious hours there. So that’s where we’ll start. Stroller friendly and granny friendly with three covered picnic areas. Two o’clock (2 p.m.) seems a ecofriendly and ecosensible time for most women in a wide age range; after lunch, after busy morning activities, good time to nurse little ones to nap and granny or auntie to a meditative doze. Roaring River County Park is a scenic 20-30 minute drive from Albany and vicinity. All tagalongs welcome including dogs on leash and toddlers abreast and greatgrannies snoozing! Bring drinking water, blankets to situpon or nap on or wrap up in, sketchbooks/journals, acoustic musical instruments if you want to share a melody or song, or a favorite passage from nature writing that inspires. The weather is still unpredictable, so I will aim for this first popup rain or shine
Prayer & Practice for Earth Our Homeplace
Sunday, April 15, 2018 2 p.m.
Roaring River County Park, Linn County Oregon,
42000 Fish Hatchery Drive, off Hwy 226 just beyond the covered bridge and before the fish hatchery.
Park near Nona’s little red Nissan Cube to be closest to gathering location, it’s a huge parking lot, so look for us. Message me for any other details or inquiries. I post more details about the weekly gatherings on nonamakes.wordpress.com and emmaafield.wordpress.co