[GRRN] Fwd: Bay area Simplicity Conference

From: Gary Liss (gary@garyliss.com)
Date: Sat Jan 08 2000 - 15:13:57 EST

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    >From: Cecile Andrews <cecile@simplicitycircles.com>
    >Organization: Simplicity Circles Project
    >Subject: Bay area Simplicity Conference
    >
    >Simplicity: Redefining the Good Life
    >
    > A "Participatory" Conference bringing you opportunity to talk with
    >kindred spirits about things that matter, a conference designed to help
    >you develop your personal plan of action about making a difference and
    >living with more joy. Hear the speakers discuss how we can reclaim our
    >lives, relationships, communities and the planet.
    >
    >The conference speakers include:
    >* Cecile Andrews, author of The Circle of Simplicity
    >* Ernest Callenbach, author of Ecotopia & Living Cheaply with Style
    >* Duane Elgin, author of Voluntary Simplicity & Awakening Earth
    >* Vicki Robin, author of Your Money or Your Life
    >* Richard Anderson, board member, Seeds of Simplicity
    >* Bob Banner, publisher, Hopedance
    >* John de Graaf, co-producer of the Affluenza documentaries
    >* Carol Holst, director, Seeds of Simplicity
    >* Wenda Brewster O'Reilly, editor of The Organon of the Medical Art
    >* Linda Breen Pierce, author of Choosing Simplicity
    >* Larry Roth, editor of The Simple Life
    >* Michael Schut, editor of Simpler Living, Compassionate Life
    >
    >Sponsored by Seeds of Simplicity, a Los Angeles based non-profit program
    >of Cornell University's Center for Religion, Ethics, & Social Policy;
    >The Center for a New American Dream; and Hopedance.
    >
    >Where: Santa Clara Convention Center (5001 Great America Parkway,
    >Santa Clara, CA)
    >
    >When: Saturday February 12, 2000, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
    >
    >Cost: $10 ($5 low income)
    >
    >For more information contact Stan King, email Stan_King@Hotmail.com or
    >Patricia Lynch at 408-249-3683

    Gary Liss
    916-652-7850
    Fax: 916-652-0485



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