League of Women Voters Agriculture Forum
he League of Women Voters of Dane County invites the public to attend the upcoming Issues Forum, Agriculture—Today’s Research, Tomorrow’s Tools at 7 p.m. on October 8 in the Capitol Lakes Grand Hall, in downtown Madison. Featured speakers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will be Heidi Zoerb, assistant dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Kathleen Glass, associate director, Food Research Institute. Free parking is available in the ramp across the street. Have your parking ticket validated as you leave the event. If construction blocks access from Main Street, you can access the parking garage from West Washington Street (turn just east of the Hyatt Hotel driveway). Cost: Free. Location: The Capitol Lakes Grand Hall, 333 West Main St., downtown Madison. For more information, call 608-232-9447 or visit LWVDaneCounty.org.
Madison Sufis Presents Weekend with Pir Zia at Holy Wisdom Monastery
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he Madison Sufis will present The Path of Love and Light—A Weekend with Pir Zia, on October 18 & 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and also a public lecture October 17 from 7 to 9 p.m., at Holy Wisdom Monastery, in Middleton. Sufi teacher Pir Zia Inayat Khan will share with us the universal teachings of the Sufi Tradition. The Sufi path is a path of the heart—a lifelong journey of awakening the heart. It is a living process that takes one beyond the confines of limited belief and religious form and into the deepest realization of our unity and sacred intimacy with all of existence. With this realization, the Sufi becomes, in Inayat Khan’s words, a “child of the moment,” deeply attuned to and responsive to whatever each sacred moPir Zia Inayat Khan ment offers us, teaches us and asks of us. Ultimately, the Sufi realizes that through our ordinary lives the very creative intelligence of the universe journeys and unfolds. Through stories and poetry, contemplative perspectives, discourse and meditative practices, Inayat Khan will share with us the beauty and wisdom of this ancient tradition.
123 S. Main St.~Oregon, WI~835-5288 Hrs: Mo-Fr 10-6; Sa 10-5; Su 12-4
Registration fee for entire event is $225 (includes lunch on Saturday & Sunday). One-day registration fee for Saturday or Sunday is $120 (includes lunch). Donation for Friday evening only is $20. Online registration with credit card is available at MadisonSufis.com/14zia. Location: Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 Cty. Hwy. M, Middleton. For more information, contact Basir at 608-238-0709 or Basir@ MadisonSufis.com. Register online at MadisonSufis.org. See ad, page 13.
Natural Awakenings South Central WI October 2014