"Apple Hands" digital photo by Jeanne Leimkuhler

PRESENTERS
3rd Annual Simply Living Fair & Wellness Expo

" Simply Healthy
: Creating Sustainable Communities
" 2008
Local Food and Aging Well
November 13, 14 and 15th, 2008

Key Note Judy Wicks, Thursday, November 13th a national leader in the local, living economies movement;: co-founder of the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), and founder of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia (SBN) and the White Dog Cafe.
Indiana Holistic Health Network - Connecting wholistic and alternative wellness practitioners across Indiana, Nearby Ohio, and Kentucky
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9May we never hunger. ¡Que nunca tengamos hambre!" "May we never thirst! ¡Que nunca tengamos sed!" - Starhawk, The Fifth Sacred Thing
Center for Sustainable Living, Bloomington, IN
Green Dove, Inc., Peace Resources
Local Food - Directory to local food Bloomington, IN
Local Growers Guild, Bloomington, IN

City of Bloomington, Office on Sustainability

Unitarian Universalist Church Bloomington, IN
Unitarian Universalist Church

2120 North Fee Lane, Bloomington, IN
Caldwell Center for Culture and Ecology Logo
812-339-2635
www.sanshinji.org
Hart Rock, Arts and Interest of Patricia C. Coleman
Fun and informative! Health and Wellness Vendors and information booths, workshops, speakers, tastings and demonstrations, businesses and organizations, Sustainable andSimple Living Resources and Practices, Local Food, Children's Health, Community Building, Green Building, Renewable Land, Farming and Permaculture Resources, great food, Poets, Musicians, Arts and Crafts Merchants!
 
WILDWOOD FURNITURE
Refined slab and branch furniture from sustainably
harvested Indiana hardwoods: walnut, cherry, oak, poplar, chestnut. Each piece of furniture has a story to tell. Locally Made . By Hand Gallery in Fountain Square Mall, Bloomington, IN
(812)334-3255
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Sara Leah Center
...for Peace and Wellness Arts d to build, run & maintain, thrive

VISIT OFTEN AND WATCH THINGS DEVELOP
Key Note - Judy Wicks is Thursday, November 13th in the Monroe County Public Library.

Friday, November 14th Local Food Dinner & Saturday November 15th Workshops, Vendors and Healing Sound Concert are in the Unitarian Universalist Church , 2120 N. Fee Lane, Bloomington, Indiana

Keynote - Judy Wicks


Thursday, November 13th

Monroe County Public Library

Judy Wicks is owner and founder of Philadelphia's 25-year-old White Dog Cafe, and is a national leader in the local, living economies movement. She is co-founder of the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), and founder of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia (SBN). She is also president of White Dog Community Enterprises, a non-profit 501c3 dedicated to building a local living economy in the Philadelphia region.

Judy has won numerous awards, including the James Beard Foundation's Humanitarian of the Year in 2005, and the Philadelphia Sustainability Awards Life Time Achievement in 2007. Other accolades include Oprah Magazine's "5 Amazingly Gifted and Giving Food Professionals," and Inc. Magazine's 25 favorite entrepreneurs. Judy co-authored The White Dog Cafe Cookbook: Multicultural Recipes and Tales of Adventure from Philadelphia's Revolutionary Restaurant, and is currently working on a book about her business and the local living economy movement to be published by Chelsea Green. Click to find out more about Judy!

Opening Words by Donna Storm of Middleway House. Patricia C. Coleman, President/founder of Indiana Holistic Health Network, Host.
Workshops and Presenters
Saturday, November 15th

9:00am

“Standing Your Ground” with Allana Radecki Yoga From The Inside Out
This workshop explores our relationship with the Earth through Hatha Yoga. Awareness of breath, bones, gravity and alignment will help ground and warm-up participants for the day. Comfortable clothes and a towel recommended.

Artist and performer, Allana Radecki has taught body-mind awareness through Yoga, dance and fitness classes for over 20 years in the Bloomington community and Indiana University. Contact for information about fall classes. (812)824-4085

 

"Big Cat" by Katie Wolfe, ceramic
SIMPLY FUN FOR KIDS! All Day Saturday - Katie Wolfe - Chipmunk Hill Art Studios and Gallery of Katie Wolfe Offering private and semi-private lessons and classes for individuals, small groups families and kids-of-all-ages,homeschool classes -(20-years experience), workshops, demonstrations, commissions in painting, drawing, sculptureclay and pottery. Reasonable terms and rates. Located on scenic Russell Road (near Serendipity Lane) in the east side fringeoff East 45 (10th st). The Chipmunks are still wearing their hardhats but we are Open and in the studiomost days and by appointment. 812-339-2026 or email at wolfel(at)att.net

 
"Introduction to Zen meditation" - Shodo Spring - This workshop explains how to do zazen,or Zen sitting meditation, and offers an opportunity for questions and answers about Zen Buddhism. Led by an ordained priest from Sanshin Zen Community. The practice of zazen (za: sitting; zen: meditation) is central to the practice of Soto Zen Buddhism. Eihei Dogen, the 13th century founder of Soto Zen in Japan, called his practice of zazen shikantaza, or "just sitting". Sanshin Zen Community (Sanshinji Buddhist Temple), 1726 S. Olive St., Bloomington, 812-339-2635
 
Feeling Well: The Quest for Emotional Fitness - Suzanne Vachet and Douglas McCord - How deep is your "feeling well?" How healthy are your feelings? Do you know the thoughts that create them? Explore your emotional well-being in a workshop hosted by Inward Quest of Indianapolis. "Feeling Well: The Quest for Emotional Fitness" will encourage participants to explore the "beliefs beneath" their feelings, compassionately accept themselves, and learn strategies for change and growth. http://iq.achievegrowth.org, 317) 308-1943
WALK For the Fun of It…But Also For Your Health! - Lindsay Buuck, Health/Wellness Coordinator - Take a walk and learn about the health benefits of walking. The Walking Guide to Bloomington will be the focus of the discussion. Participants should plan on wearing comfortable shoes and will receive their own copy of the guide to take home. City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation. 401 N. Morton St., Suite 250
Bloomington, IN 47402, 812-349-3771 www.bloomington.in.gov/parks

 

10:00am

Exploring Connections with the Land - Adam Davis - An interactive and experiential exploration of our sensual, philosophical, and spiritual relationships with our environment. Participants will work with new techniques for exploring and reflecting upon their relationships to nature.

Adam Davis explores connectivity between aspects of nature with empirical, artistic, and contemplative techniques and perspectives. He learns in order to better serve the community in his role as Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences and as an advocate of respect for the beings and processes of nature.
 
Chinese Medicine and Aging Well - Sarah J. Fredrickson, L.Ac.- This lecture will take a different approach to aging using the time-honored theory of Chinese Medicine to explain why we age, and why we shouldn't be afraid. She will discuss common age-related disorders and what acupuncture and Chinese medicine can do to help. A brief introduction to acupuncture and Chinese medical theory will be included, as well as information about how acupuncture treatments are performed and what to expect. 812) 219-3302

 

11:00am

Lynn Jenkins - LIVING GREEN - AGING GREEN: Growing older, growing wiser, and growing greener...Grab the wisdom that comes with aging to make a difference for yourself and for the earth. Lynn Jenkins, publisher of Indiana Living Green will share simple tips (and a few more challenging) for you to enhance your own life while greening up the environment.
 
"The Body as Teacher" - Shodo Spring - a movement awareness workshop.The Body as Teacher: an exploration of how mindful awareness of the body can inform, enliven, heal, and open up our lives. We'll do movement and awareness exercises with a gentle and nourishing quality.

Shodo Spring, LCSW, has professional training in Hakomi Body-oriented Psychotherapy, Process Work, and other mindfulness-based approaches. In her private practice she offers workshops, groups, and individual consultations. Shodo is also an ordained Zen priest in training at Sanshin Zen Community.

 
Acupuncture: "Ancient Secrets from the East",Kellie Osmon, MS, L.Ac. provides insight into the history and methods of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. This lecture is entertaining and informative, highlightingthe differences and similarities between Eastern and Western healthcare philosophies. Attendees will also be informed on what to expect from an Acupuncture treatment and be able to obsereve a demonstration of commonly used Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques. 812-333-7447 Vendor - http://www.drosmon.com

 

12:00pm

Affirmations and You - Patricia C. Coleman RMT. Let's takes a look at how we make affirmations, how to use them, and why we might consider using them to help in remaining positve in light of all the "opportunities" unfolding within our changing world. Reiki Peace and Wellness Arts
 
Natural Gardening for all Ages, Lucille Bertuccio, Center for Sustainable Living - Participants will Learn how to garden in a way that promotes the health and well-being of people of all ages. people of all ages.
-How to create new garden spaces in their yard by the lasagna method.
-How to grow native plants
-How to garden without pesticides or fertilizers
-How to husband resources both human and material; composting and mulching. 812-332-8796
 
Pedal Power: Getting things done with bikes - Chad Roeder. 30 min. - Bloomington Pedal Power was founded in 2007 for the purpose of providing an alternative means of transportation of goods throughout the City. We provide a range of services, from courier, general delivery, grocery shopping and delivery, to recycling pick-up and management. chad@bloomingtonpedalpower.com www.bloomingtonpedalpower.com (812)325-2777

 

1:00pm

Tai Chi Easy Sample Class - Amy Hayden
Tai Chi has been shown to improve immune function, heart health, balance and reduce stress. Tai Chi Easy gives you a variety of exercises that are easily integrated into your day. No experience required, no special equipment. 317-441-2111, www.StressLess4U.com VENDOR
Food Security for the 21st Century - Dr. Michael Simmons - As nonrenewable energy resources dwindle, global climate warms, and global population increases, we face a century in which the food security of billions will be at risk. The workshop will focus on how we can prepare at the local level for challenges to our food security. Discussion will include how to mitigate damages to the local food supply, how to adapt to changes in the global food supply, and how to assure that social justice and environmental stewardship will not become victims of the coming food crisis.

Dr. Simmons currently serves as Program Specialist for the City of Bloomington Indiana Parks and Recreation Department, in which capacity he administers People's University of Bloomington and produces Harvest Home, the weekly report of the City of Bloomington Community Farmers Market.
P.O. Box 848, Bloomington, IN 47402
simmonsm@bloomington.in.gov, (812)349-3737

 
Low-budget Sustainable and Healthful Eating
Join Mother Hubbard's Cupboard Assistant Director Stephanie Solomon to learn how you can eat consciously without breaking the bank. Within the current economic crisis, whole and sustainably produced foods are becoming more and more inaccessible to those on a low food budget. In this workshop we will explore the many methods of eating inexpensively while maintaining health and sustainability as priorities. Some methods include simple back and front yard gardening, community gardening, bulk food purchasing, home food preservation, getting to know local farmers, and more! 1010 S. Walnut St. G, OFFICE (812)355-6843
 

Reflections: A Life Well Lived - Beth Tobin, LSW - (1.5 hrs) Join this experiential introductory Workshop and be a part of the paradigm shift to vibrantly age well. Spiritual Eldering®, developed by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, is a model for living one's older years more consciously, more joyfully, and more compassionately. The exercises offered allow us an opportunity to explore a way of living for our elder years that can be personally fulfilling and beneficial to others. By reflecting on our own beliefs about aging and harvesting our life's experiences, we can feel good about who we are, who we are becoming and what we can offer future generations. "Aging is like Anything Else, If you Want to Succeed, Get Started Early" Fred Astaire

Beth Tobin is the owner of Elder's Journey, a private geriatric care management business located in Bloomington, Indiana. Beth has over 20 years of experience with elder care, both personally and professionally. She is a licensed social worker and is currently a Sage-ing Guild Intern training to lead Workshops in Spiritual Eldering nad Sage-ing.

Beth Tobin, MSW, LSW, Geriatric Care Manager
Elder's Journey, 1032 E. Maxwell Lane, Bloomington, IN 47401, (812) 334-2389

 
Introduction to Photovoltaic's (PV) Workshop - Jack Urrutia & Terry Usrey - This workshop teaches the basic terms and concepts of electricity and relates those concepts to your daily energy consumption and power bill. We will discuss PV system design and the fundamental elements required. The workshop will conclude with an analysis of the social, economic, and environmental benefits of this renewable energy source. This introductory workshop requires no previous electrical knowledge.
 
Nutrition for Prevention - Scarlett Winter, ND - This presentation presents nutritional information for the prevention of common modern diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Type II diabetes. Some of the information you learn may surprise you. If you think you know what eating healthy is all about, come to this presentation. Vendor, Good Life Alternative
812-340-0937

 

3:00pm

Sustainability 101: How to Lower Your Carbon and Have Fun too! Lucille Bertuccio - Center for Sustainability - How can you lower your carbon footprint, save money and have fun too! Lucille will give you tips about the "what can I do, I'm just one person" syndrome and provide tips on how to save money and enjoy yourself also.
 
Healing Harvest - Therapeutic Horticulture -Marcia Pluta-Figueiredo - The Benefits of working with plants. Learn the ageless benefits of gardening as it applies to any specific situation with any individual or population regardless of their limitations, experience or knowledge. Learn to adapt and evaluate garden space and tools to enhance the gardening experience. Learn to evaluate indoor and outdoor space to overcome barriers and maximize the healing experience when working with plants

Marcia Pluta-Figueiredo, BA Indiana University combines her passion for gardening and desire to help people, Marcia designed her own major in Therapeutic Horticulture. For the past ten years she has joyfully brought developmentally disabled, youth, seniors, students and many others to the gardens and greenhouses of Hilltop Garden and Nature Center and to her farm, Healing Harvest Farm to reap the healing benefits of working with plants.
 
Healing With Arts After Terror, Violence or Loss - Patricia C. Coleman RMT, Intuitive Coach - We live in a world where our collective attention is turned toward topics that cause us great fear. According to the Pew Research foundation "71% of Americans say they feel depressed, half of that number, have difficulty concentrating and a third have had some difficulty in sleeping". We will create some simple, but potentially profound art works to assist us in releasing built up tensions and help ourselves on the road to reducing these fears and losses. Don Ardell, author of "Aging Beyond Belief" says, "Emotional wellness begins with a conscious decision to shape a healthy lifestyle." Expressing creatively provides each of us with tools that can be used to help us focus toward grounding with a view toward healing and release stress in a positive manner -healingart(at)gmail.com - Visit me in the Vendors Area and experience a mini Reiki session! Ask me about Sara Leah! Reiki Peace and Wellness Arts

 

4:00pm

The Art of Fermentation - Rob Archangel - This workshop will cover the culinary, health and ecological benefits of traditional lacto-fermented foods and drinks, and will include a hands-on kimchi demonstration, along with select samples. If you would like starters for kombucha, sourdough bread or (non-alcoholic) ginger beer cultures, bring a small glass jar for each! Also, email ahead if possible: robarchangel (at )nyu.edu
 
Breaking the Death Habit - Scarlett Winter N.D.There is a lot of talk these days about breaking the death habit. Do we really have to experience sickness, old age, and death? Is there? This presentation addresses some of the current debate surrounding this subject. Good Life Alternative.com, Vendor 812-340-0937
Urban Agriculture: A Victory for Good Health
Jami Scholl Reed,
of My Edible Eden: Certified Permaculturist and Urban Farm Consultant" - Diets and lifestyles have changed since the age of the Victory Garden, but the needs of our bodies have not. By returning to Victory Gardens and with human creativity, urban agriculture is experiencing a global resurgence. Workshop will include: an overview of simple organic methods, new ideas such as vertical farming, fine art using plants as media, hindrances of municipal codes, and urban farming businesses.

Jami Scholl Reed has been creating My Edible Eden in business form since March 2008, although has been involved with agriculture and food from a young age. My Edible Eden specializes in urban farm consulting, installations, maintenance on a contractual basis, Permaculture Designs, chicken integration into the garden and education. She is the mother of three children, is a certified Permaculture Designer, and is the Hoosier Environmental Council "Our Place" Resource Person for the Bloomington area. (812)345-3999

 
7:00pm
HEALING SOUND CONCERT
featuring Bil Whitefeather, Dark Side Tribal Belly Dance, Ryan Anderson, Janiece Jaffe, Paul Swanson, Patricia C. Coleman, BARAKA and Francis Miller and Pritam Hari
Bil Whitefeather, Native American Flute
photo by Yelena Yahontova Photographer of Joy, http://www.portraitphotoportrait.com

Dark Side Tribal Belly Dance - American Tribal Style and Tribal Fusion Belly Dance will perform a special choreographed veil dance and an American Tribal Style improvised piece to create a joyful sound for this important annual festival on sustainable living.

 

Ryan Anderson - Sacred Healing Rhythms
Ryan is the Founder of Sacred Healing Rhythms and is a Therapeutic Drummer, Sound Healer, Presenter and Recording Artist. Ryan's work is dedicated to the healing of all people using sound energy through vocal and percussion work as well as using his abilities as a Reiki Master.
6337 Bay Vista Ct., Indianapolis, IN 46250
CELL (317) 258-9956
 
BARAKA a Bloomington based Kirtan group. Kirtans are ancient and mystical chants which purify the consciousness and connect one to the Divine through specific mantras, tones, and musical vibrations. BARAKA is a youthful and ecstatic kirtan party and is pleased to present its new CD BARAKA The Voyage!
 
 
Storyteller, Paul Swanson
Though he's loved stories all his life, Paul recently joined the Bloomington Storytellers' Guild four years ago and performs regularly at
the Festival of Ghost Stories and Wintertelling events. He also brings his stories into the classroom as a teacher at Harmony School, where he teaches English, Cultural Arts, Critical Thinking, History, and Music. He is currently being trained by both his dog and his cat to be more attentive to their needs, and is pondering the best place in town to bury
his savings.
 
 
Storyteller, Patricia C. Coleman RMT is a Poet, Storyteller and Visual Artist. She has been involved with the Bloomington Storyteller's Guild for more than a decade. She has presented in the Indianapolis Children's Museum, on University Campus's, coffeehouses and other places. She is a member of 5 Women Poets Writing Workshop and Host of the Runcible Spoon Poetry Series and Open-mic.

 

Francis Miller and Pritam Hari - Frances and Pritam are an enlivening and unique acoustic duo involving violin, guitar, voice and the enchanting hang drum. Their improvisational instrumental style weaves its way around simple and soulful songs about life's unfolding and the mystery of growth. Frances Miller is a multi-instrumental performer, facilitator, teacher and performer with a passion for creative expression as a tool of transformation. Pritam is a guitarist with an extensive musical background. He is deeply involved with devotional music as a Kirtan musician.
 

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May we never hunger. ¡Que nunca tengamos hambre!" "May we never thirst! ¡Que nunca tengamos sed!" - Starhawk, The Fifth Sacred Thing

Through our collective efforts and expression of talents, we can envision, hope, and work toward a strong united healthy sustainable community.
 
 
Home Renovators
We breathe new life into older homes. Our business is renovationand restoration of properties. Our specialty is creating beautiful unique home interiors.

This years "Simply Healthy: Creating Sustainable Communities" is presented by the Indiana Holistic Health Network under the umbrella of the Center for Sustainable Living and in cooperation with the Center for Sustainable Living, Good Life Alternative, Reiki Peace and Wellness Arts and the Local Growers Guild.

This event is Sponsored and supported by: Indiana Holistic Health Network, Center for Sustainable Living, The Good Life Alternative, Reiki Peace and Wellness Arts, Local Growers Guild, Women Writing for a Change, Local Food, Caldwell Center, Green Dove Network, Inc., Wandering Turtle Art Gallery, WFHB Community Radio, the City of Bloomington, IN, Quilter's Comfort, HART ROCK, , Indiana Living Green Magazine, White Rabbit Copy Services, Holistic Affordable Housing (H!A!H!), WME3, Home Renovators, Wildwood Furniture, One World Enterprises, BLOOM Mag, Howard's Book Store, Soma Coffeehouse and Juice Bar and Laughing Planet Café and others.

If you are interested in helping with the 3rd Annual "Simply Healthy: Creating Sustainable Communities" Simply Living Fair and Wellness Expo consider becoming a Volunteer, or a Sponsor, or participating as a Vendor or Presenter, please CONTACT US here or through the Indiana Holistic Health Network.

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Green Dove, Inc., Peace Resources
Local Food, Bloomington, IN , Resource to local food
Bloomingfoods Cooperative Grocery Stores
Women Writing for a Change
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Green Sanctuary Task Force Bloomington, IN
Bloom Magazine
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