What Matters Most: An Inter-Generational Festival Exploring the Art of Living Fully to the EndClick to RSVP
Start DateApril 15, 2018
Event Time1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Save the Date! Please plan to join us in a scenic waterfront setting for a reflective, inspiring & fun afternoon at this unique festival featuring:
Author Talk & Book Signing: On Living, by hospice chaplain Kerry Egan, is described by Elizabeth Gilbert as a "poetic, brave, & uplifting meditation on how important it is to make peace and meaning of our lives." This isn't a book about dying, it is a book about living. So come hear Kerry share what she's learned about "what matters most" & be inspired to live fully.
Musical Performance by The Joe Clarke Quartet
Interactive crafts, games & activities for all ages exploring ways to make meaningful memories, deepen connections, and live fully including:
Collaborative Art Project ~ Share Your Story Station ~ Photo Booth in a Shasta Camper ~ Comfort Food Station ~ Food Trucks ~ Free Ice Cream for Kids ~ Pet Therapy Dogs ~ And More...
This festival with a community education twist is FREE & open to the public and offers abundant parking, an outdoor tent, indoor facilities, and ample seating for your comfort no matter the weather. So, bring your family, friends, colleagues & clients and reflect on "what matters most."
Sponsored by: Trident United Way, Roper St. Francis Healthcare, Blackbaud, Trident Area Agency on Aging, The Palms of Mt. Pleasant, Lutheran Hospice/Franke at Seaside, & All About Seniors