Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung and Portland State University Symphony are partnering with The Portland Ballet Youth Academy to present the world premiere of John Clifford’s Tales from Mother Goose (2014) along with his popular The Enchanted Toyshop. Performances are F/Sa/Su Nov 28/29/30 at 1 pm and 5 pm 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 F/Sa 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! For more information, visit TPB online at portlandballet.org ~
~Join us, Saturday, January 24th from 10 to 12 at the OFJ Library (811 NW 20th) and go out together to lunch after. We’ll strategize a little more for self-directed study groups, have a meaty discussion on a Jungian related topic, then go out to lunch together. Enjoy good company and have a good time~
~Speaking of joining- there is still time to become a member of Oregon Friends of CG Jung. Not only do you get into lectures free, get discounts for workshops, a discount for St John’s books and OPB membership, but you support quality Jungian speakers coming to Portland and building a stronger Jungian community. At $75, it’s a bargain! Check ofj.org for details.
~Remember, No December OFCGJ Event.
We’ll start the New Year with John Beebe presenting on Dreams January 16th/17th, 2015. Lecture and Workshop will be at Unity of Portland~
~ Our 2015 Spring OFJ Brochure will come out in late January/early February of 2015. The Spring Program is looking great!~
~There’s still time! We hope you will consider making a contribution to Oregon Friends of CG Jung as part of your end of year giving. As a non-profit organization that serves the community, we appreciate your support. Please mail to Oregon Friends of CG Jung 811 NW 20th Portland, OR 97209~
~We’ll see you at the lecture in January (if you don’t make it to the OFJ library on non-holiday and non-program weekends (12-3)~
~I wish you a warm and meaningful Holiday Season~ There is much to be grateful for.
President, Oregon Friends of CG Jung