Elizabeth Taber Library Events

Author Talk with Rebecca Tripp: Thursday, October 11at 6:30 pm – Join us on Thursday evening, October 11, as Rebecca Tripp discusses her book Secrets of a Metaphysical Flight Attendant. Copies of this book will be available for purchase (cash or check only, please). A book signing will follow.

About the Author: Rebecca (Becca) Tripp is a highly qualified metaphysical counselor, author, and public speaker who specializes in transformational coaching. She has a broad background in many spiritual, holistic traditions and has personally experienced numerous healings and transcendent, life-changing breakthroughs.

Since 2004, Tripp has been conducting seminars throughout the United States, teaching mind training techniques that allow people to tap into their creative potential and manifest success in every area of life. She is a certified Silva UltraMind trainer.

Her coaching draws on her unique background as a student of consciousness-raising techniques who honed her skills as an international flight attendant, building bridges with people from dozens of nations, cultures, professions, and belief systems. From the first-class cabin, to theatre workshops with Stella Adler, and partnership in a leading New York City modeling agency – her rich background has enabled her to make friends with talented, creative people from every walk of life.

As a spiritual coach, Tripp makes life-enhancing seminars entertaining and fun – with wit, candor, anecdotes from her travels to every corner of the globe, and a sassy ability to make deep topics lively and fresh.

Author Talk and Mandala Craft – Tuesday,October 23, at 6:00 pm – Please join us as Marion artist and author Dannie Engwert shares her book on grief and healing through creating mandalas from a variety of items. Afterwards, each participant will have the opportunity to make three mandala installations which will then be photographed and turned into a zine to take home.

Engwert received a psychology degree with a minor in art at the University of Toledo in Ohio. Years later, she completed course work at Elmhurst College in Illinois and received a teaching certificate for grades K through 12 in Thanatology, the study of grief, to become a grief facilitator. As well as being an author, Engwert is a fiber artist and creates images that require the input of the observer to complete an experience of joy. She designs and creates greeting cards that have been distributed internationally and wrote a book called Good Grief, which is included in the archives collection of Zines at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.

Azores Travel Talk – Thursday, October 25at 6:00 pm – While an ocean away, the Azores greatly impact our local culture. Join us for an evening journey to the island of Sao Miguel, the largest of the nine islands. Your guides, Gary Sousa and Cathy Furtado, hail from the islands and will take you to all the top sites as well as into the homes of their kin. Feel free to ask questions and take advantage of their expertise or even share your own connections to this gorgeous and welcoming land.

For more information or to register for these programs, please call the Elizabeth Taber Library at 508-748-1252 or email Libby at eoneill@sailsinc.org.

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