Wrapping up the Semester – Mauthe Style

The Richard Mauthe Center has offered a lot of great events for students and community members this semester. Now that Winter Break is upon us, it’s time for the final few installments.

First, try your hand at drumming on Thursday, December 5 from 6-to-7:30PM at a drum circle. Come make music and celebrate community and life! Bring your own drum if you can, otherwise there will be some extra as well. Native flutes, ukuleles, singing bowls, and simple percussion instruments are also welcome. Simple instruction and information will be given. If you are shy about drumming, come, listen, and if you decide to, give it a try! All are welcome.

To conclude the semester, the Mauthe Center is holding a retreat on December 7 from noon-to-3PM. This one-day retreat will offer the opportunity to dedicate these hours together to the adventure of mindfulness practice. The practice of mindfulness is an invite to live more fully awake. Through a variety of contemplative practices and shared conversation, participants will come away from the day with specific tools for mindful living. Retired Lutheran pastor Lee Goodwin (ELCA) will be the retreat leader. Lunch will be provided.

 

On campus w/Ashley Stafne

2 Comments to “Wrapping up the Semester – Mauthe Style”

  1. thecommvoice says:

    Sounds like fun.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Cool events!

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