NewsLady Posted January 23, 2016 Share Posted January 23, 2016 Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Our Meeting Schedule – 10:30 in the BCP Theater . Tuesday, Jan. 26 – Ms.Jeannie Fitzsimmons, CNVI, LCT, Rev. Healing and Music Minister, is a professional speaker, master trainer—corporate and private retreats, best-selling author in two co-authored books with recognizable names, multi-platinum songwriter/ musician/composer, and holistic practitioner over 40 years. She is new to Boquete from Arizona and South Dakota. In 1994, unexpectedly, her life was transformed by Spirit, and her focus of the last 30 years has been providing tools, guidance to Truth, and speaking across the country on ways to lessen one’s suffering, anxiety, and emotional stress due to life circumstances and ever ongoing changes. She will speak to us about Natural Vision Improvement (not an eye exercise program but the return to natural vision habits) as well as stress elimination. She will be guiding a short process both in ‘letting go’ as well as ‘better vision tips, for direct experience for the audience. She teaches "the gentle art of letting go of stress" on-the-spot. She teaches onlin and, in person and has students in 22 countries. In our challenging world today, never has there been more need for conscious letting go of the inner stress. Inner stress and pressure impacts our lives in both subtle and not so subtle ways. Jeannie is a storyteller and examples from students experience will be shared. Jeannie@awakenedheart.com Admission is free. Tuesday, Feb. 2 – Carol Legg, Realtor at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Sun City/Surprise, AZ will discuss how she can show you how to successfully sell your home or business by marketing it inside the U.S. and Canada. Tuesday, Feb 9 – Frank Stegemeier and Steve Kazor (www.bigriverfoundation.org) speak on the environment as it relates to rivers and the pending 69 dam projects in Chiriqui. Join us in support of river conservation. Panama’s new administration has made important efforts in this area, efforts undermined by a recent Supreme Court decision. New efforts are in progress. Osvaldo Jordan of ACD is in Boquete to share the view of Panamanian environmental organizations. Talk includes a short 13 minute film. Tuesday, Feb. 16 – Ben Schuetz, owner of a privately owned observatory in Boquete dedicated to Optical SETI searches. http://optical-seti.org/ SETI is an acronym for Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. The Boquete Optical SETI Observatory is located 3 miles from Boquete at 4400 feet on a southern slope of Volcan Baru. It was constructed beginning in 2008. The observatory has a newly fabricated 20 inch Newtonian with a piggybacked 14 inch classical Cassegrain for tracking. Tuesday, Feb. 23 – Oasis Zoller (www.oaziszoller.com) Oazis Zoller lives in Panama. She gives seminars and lectures about how humans are energetic beings and therefore the laws of Quantum Physics guide their success and happiness in life. Oazis, is a member of the Science and Consciousness Institute in Israel. In this institute over 300 professors, doctors and consciousness leaders research to find connections between science and consciousness. Oazis has a technological background. She worked for many years in international initiatives and currently manages a Data Base of over 6000 entrepreneurs, scientists and investors, Oazis has also served as Webmaster of IBM Corporation. For over twenty years Oazis did research about consciousness capabilities according to the CIA studies ,Russian intelligence agencies like the KJB , Chinese and universities studies that not publicly available.. Tuesday, Mar. 1 -- Rainelda Mata-Kelly, locally famous attorney from Panama City. Tuesday, Mar. 8 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy...an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in both Nassau and Mexico. There is free admission to this talk. Tuesday, Mar 15 -- Elizabeth Farrell de Rios presents “Tree-To-Cup Coffee: The history of a single bean at Villa Estrella Coffee” Why do different coffee farms have different coffee? Ever wonder about different roasts? What happens between the fruit and the drink? For over 120 years, our family has tended this lush upland valley, where we steward some of the finest coffee on earth. We will explore every step of the artisan process and answer many of the common questions about coffee farming in Boquete, and production generally. Noobies, coffee snobs, and hobby farm owners are welcome to attend! . To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, email Elena Serracin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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