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Living Naturally Day Nov. 5 at Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve

Public Relations
Posted: Wednesday Oct 26, 2011

Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve at Saint Vincent College will host a Living Naturally Day as part of the Reserve’s Saturdays at the Barn Program from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, November 5. Admission is free and open to all ages.

Environmental Education Director Angela Belli said, “The event will promote local businesses and families that live in an ecologically-minded way and will provide opportunities for the community to learn about local resources for good health choices in their own backyards.”

The event will explore environmentally-friendly approaches to living with presentations, products and information on how to purchase, eat, clean and live in a more ecological way. Participants will have an opportunity to learn from others who have adopted the simple way of living.

The presentation schedule includes: 10 a.m. – Off on Our Own, Living Off-Grid in a Comfortable Independence by Ted and Kathy Carns of Ligonier; 11 a.m. – A Taste of Tai Chi with Linda Vucelich of Energy Dynamics; and 12 Noon – Natural Cold Remedies by Granny Earth, N.D.

Exhibits and demonstrations will include food samples, natural cold remedies, massages, children’s yoga, common sense natural medicine and others by local vendors.

No advance registration is necessary. For more information call the Reserve at 724 537-5284.