Good Evening Friends,
In spite of the chilly weather and the drama of the moment –to–moment forecasts, OFCGJ’s Program event weekend is still on. For months we’ve been looking forward to Beverly Zabriskie’s weekend program on Emotions: The Moving Force of Experience. Ms. Zabriskie arrives from New York tonight (Thursday) and she’s ready for a good weekend. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
The Unity Church at 4525 SE Stark St will serve as a warm and welcoming place for our Friday night lecture (starts at 7:30) and our Saturday workshop (from 10 to 3. Don’t forget your brown bag lunch!) Don’t forget about the extra parking in the block east of the church.
We are also recognizing 40 years of OFCGJ providing Jungian weekend events to the Pacific Northwest Community.
In the event that the weather worsens, we will post any change in plans on our website at ofj.org
Come join us this chilly November for this Event Weekend – find depth and meaning in community.
Self-Directed Study Groups on the Horizon for January
This fall’s obstacles, distractions, and astrological rhythms have yet again dampened our momentum with a “not yet is the time” message. But the hunger for self-directed study groups and a stronger Jungian community is still there.
On January 24th at 10am at the OFJ Library (811 NW 20th), come join us for discussion and a lunch out together. The discussion will include some logistics but also a time for Jungian discussion on a topic (perhaps on a poem or a particular question…TBD)
It’s a time for like-minded people to get together to explore and connect. Come join us!
Community Partnerships Lead to Deep and Interesting Performances
Portland Ballet Dances a Fairytale Holiday ~ OFCGJ members are invited!
Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung and Portland State University Symphony are partnering with The Portland Ballet to present the world premiere of John Clifford’s Tales from Mother Goose (2014) along with his popular The Enchanted Toyshop. Performances are on Friday November 28th, Saturday November 29th, and Sunday November 30th at 1pm and 5pm at Lincoln Hall on the PSU campus.
Dr. Dunbar Carpenter, Portland Jungian analyst, will give pre-performance talks on fairytales from a Jungian perspective at the Friday and Saturday 5 pm shows. Dr. Carpenter is donating his time in support of OFCGJ for this community event. All members of Oregon Friends of Jung get a 25% discount on tickets to any of the shows. Just enter the code ‘TPB25’ when ordering online at pdx.edu/boxoffice/tickets, or call 503-452-8448. Join other Jungians this season in a Fairytale Holiday filled with dance, music, and meaning!
Remember! There will be no December, 2014 Event, however on the January 16th and 17th 2015 we welcome John Beebe presenting on Dreams