Event Calendar

Locations vary – please check event information for details.

22 September 2019 (3:00pm to 5:00pm) Fall Equinox Social -Join us for a gathering to celebrate the coming of our 10th season, the fall season, and catch up with friends at the Stone Sanctuary.  It is also a time for us to show our appreciation to members, regular attendees, and share the events we’re offering for our 2019-2020 season.  Light snacks – sweet and savory will be provided.  If you like please feel free to bring something to share.  Hope to see you there.

Location:  Stone Sanctuary, 1030 Meadow Mouse Road
Cost:  a general donation or becoming a member are graciously appreciated

Our season continues to take shape, below is a list of events we have planned.  Specific information for events will be updated mid-to-late September.

16 November 2019 – Tempest movie night  

Cost:  $10 general, $5 students w/ ID, no charge for 2019-20 Jung society members
Time:  to be determined
Location: to be determined

14 December 2019 – Wisdom of Changes movie night – Join us for the showing of the movie Wisdom of Changes – Richard Wilhelm and the I Ching a documentary film by his grand daughter Bettina Wilhelm.  Prior to this information information will be provided on the I Ching and Carl Jung’s work related to the I Ching

Cost:  $10 general, $5 students w/ ID, no charge for 2019-20 Jung society members
Time:  6:45pm to 9:00pm (doors open 6:45pm, program starts at 7pm)
Location: to be determined

Matter of Heart movie night – “Matter Of Heart is a compelling and inspiring film portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, a man whose extraordinary genius and humanity reached far beyond the sometimes exclusive realm of psychiatry into redefining the essential nature of who we are and what we hope to become.” (www.amazon.com description)

Date:  To be determined
Time:  7-9pm (doors open 6:45pm, program starts at 7pm)
Location: to be determined

Small group explorations

Elder Tales  – In the Ever After: Fairy Tales for the Second Half of Life A small group study of fairy tales from around the world will be facilitated by counselor and Jung Society board member, Terry Glendinning, M.Ed. of Fairbanks, Alaska.

In fairy tales we are most familiar with, the protagonist is often someone who goes on a journey in search of riches or love. The protagonist in elder tales is one who possesses wisdom. Elders understand that in later life their task includes embracing self-confrontation and self-transcendence thus ushering in a larger life. Elder fairy tales from around the world reveal the psychology of emotional maturity.

During three 90-minute sessions this group will discuss selected fairy tales from a variety of cultures that illuminate the challenges and possibilities for personal growth encountered in the second half of life. This group is open to people of all ages.

Cost: $25 general (includes book), $15 for 2019-20 Jung society members (includes book); registration fees are due at the first meeting

Please contact Terry at 328-9664 for specific information regarding the time, date, and location.

3rd Jung Midnight Sun Conference – June 2020

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