Looking to search for new jobs in your area? In this virtual workshop via Zoom, Patrick Jones of Goodwill Career Center in Hartford will teach you how to: • determine what type of job you are searching for • identify the different ways to look for jobs such as paper or online listings • use various job websites that can become confusing at times and • avoid job scams.
Click here to register online. For assistance, please call Reference at 860-652-7720.
Research shows that laughter is good for the body, mind and soul. Experience the joys of life which accompany a positive attitude and support a spiritual lifestyle. At this workshop, you will find ways to replenish your positive energy, let go of worry and connect with your spirit through meditation. Join Markus Schramm, CEO of an international company and longtime meditator for this powerful workshop.
Registration begins July 13, online or by calling Reference at 860-652-7720 and leaving a message (be sure to leave your name, telephone number and email address). Registration with a valid email address is required in order to receive login information on the day of the Zoom meeting.
About the presenter: Markus Schramm was born and raised in Bavaria, Germany. After receiving his college degree in Industrial Engineering, he relocated to the USA in 1993. He is the founder and CEO of Manna Organics, LLC, an international food company. Markus has been practicing meditation for over 30 years and has traveled to India for spiritual retreats more than 30 times. He has attended many conferences in Europe and in the USA on human unity and world peace. Drawing from his experiences in attempting to create a balanced life in his roles as a husband, father, business owner and lifelong meditator, he has put together a humorous look at our daily lives and its normal challenges, and how to deal with them in a calm, rational manner. He has given public talks on various topics involving meditation for the past 22 years, all across the USA, Canada, Germany and India.
A family of musicians collaborating in organic fashion with a unique repertoire of original and traditional music, The Homegrown String Band brings an American folk tradition into the twenty-first century. Comprised of husband and wife plus daughter, this dynamic trio utilizes an eclectic palette of instruments to add their own musical DNA to an American tradition. Come listen to songs by the likes of The Carter Family, The Delmore Brothers and Jimmy Rodgers, along with a tasty sprinkling of original material inspired by the rural American string band and folk tradition of the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The Homegrown String Band will take you on a musical journey from ancient ballads of the British Isles to blues and bluegrass of the twentieth century.
Registration begins July 24, online or by calling Reference at 860-652-7720. Registration with a valid email address is required in order to receive login information on the day of the Zoom meeting.