Milwaukee Milkmen Charity Baseball Game
ROC Foundation and the Champion Milwaukee Milkmen are teaming up with the Conservancy to raise money for the completion of the Lake & Nature Trails.
We are the featured non-profit at the last Saturday home game of the regular season - Saturday, August 28. Game time is 6pm. Fireworks to follow the game.
Stop by our table near the Hop Yard to purchase balls for the famous 6th inning Ball Toss, 50/50 Raffle and scoop up official Conservancy merchandise.
The Conservancy receives a portion of ticket sales, Ball Toss, 50/50 Raffle and concessions. Our goal is 200 tickets! Proceeds will go towards finishing the Trails and Pier/Deck construction. Help us reach our goal by purchasing your tickets today. Tickets start at $8. Help us hit the ball out of the park! We look forward to seeing you!
Saturday, August 28 – 6:00pm game time
Franklin Field, Franklin, WI @ 76th and Rawson Avenue
Purchase tickets at this link for the Conservancy to receive credit:
Can't attend but want to support the effort? Donate: www.theconservancy.org/ways-to-help
Grief and Loss during the Pandemic
Join us for a look at the impact the pandemic is having by not giving us a safe space to grieve all the losses we have experienced. Grief and loss is an individual journey and no two are the same. Have you heard things like "When are you going to get over this?" or "It will all be ok." These words often don't provide the comfort we need.
This is a healing session to share and embrace loss and grief. Loss of loved ones, jobs, stability, predictability or social outlets. There will be time for questions and answers as well.
Ages 14 and older are welcome.
When: Date to be determined
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel
Cost: goodwill donation appreciated
Pre-registration is required! Email Susan at email@example.com your name, mobile number and number attending. Capacity is 25.
About our presenters: Aaron Wanserski, a former law enforcement professional, talks openly about trauma and mental health and grief and loss. Barb Bigalke, a Psychotherapist and Founder/Executive Director of the Center for Suicide Awareness, has three plus decades of experience coming along with a person in their journey of grief.
Center for Suicide Awareness
The Center for Suicide Awareness is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit headquartered in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. The Center for Suicide Awareness is dedicated to preventing suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration, and intervention. The vision of the Center is compassionate, readily accessible, barrier free and sustained support for any individual or entity in need, while free of any mental health stigma.
The Center for Suicide Awareness brings help, hope, and resources to families and individuals in our communities through programs that reach others where they are at and when they need it most. Of the many Center programs and initiatives, bringing HOPELINE™ to all of Wisconsin, has given individuals across our state free emotional support anytime, from anywhere by simply texting: HOPELINE™ to 741741.
In addition to HOPELINE™, the Center is proactive in the fight against Veteran Suicides. Every day approximately 22 Veterans die by suicide in the US. Veterans and service men and women deserve our help and support.
Bring your morning coffee or tea to start your day OR kick-off your afternoon by quieting your mind and curiously playing at the canvas. Allow yourself to connect with your Inner Spirit and Nature!
Enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the Conservancy and connect with your inner artist in the presence of the refreshing Healing Garden. Soak up the healing power of both nature and your own joy of creating. Everyone is creative with unlimited potential.
You will activate a relaxed and curious feeling through your personal creativity. Your busy mind will learn to step back by having fun playing, taking risks without your inner critic, and enjoying the moments with paint. To wrap up each class Susan will discuss how you can apply what you have learned to life at home.
Within these two weeks you will complete a joyful, mindful, and guided painting and take one home to complete. It is Susan’s intention that you develop an appreciation for your own abilities and find personal healing in noticing your own joy, breath, and relaxation without self-judgement while creating. Take your inner critic and paint it away. Play with color and not worry about the outcome. Lose your perfectionist self by accepting mistakes as opportunities.
In additional to in-person learning, you will also receive:
Lifetime access to “Painting with Healing Summer 2021” and “Color Basics” free online class and a private FaceBook group, “Happiness is contagious with Art”
When: Choose one pair of two week lessons. Either Wednesday Mornings, July 14 and 28, 9am to noon or Wednesday Afternoons, August 11 and 18 2pm until 5pm
Cost: two week program is $85.00 and includes paint and two canvases OR $75.00 if you bring your own supplies.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP OPTION
Curious about the Painting with Healing Sessions. Come try a one day workshop to experience Joy, Fun Play, and Connection to Others and Nature at the Canvas. Allow yourself to soak up the healing power of both Nature and Your own Creative Joy.
When: Sunday, August 8th: 9:30 am-3:30 pm.
Bring your own lunch. Drinks will be provided.
Cost Options: (register on-line or email Susan)
1. $70.00 Painting materials provided.
2. $60.00 Bring your own materials.
Previous students receive a 20% discount = $ 56.00
A portion of your fee will be donated to the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage to assist with completing the trails and lake access.
For additional information: www.susansinspiredart.studio
Registration is required: Sign up at: www.SusansInspiredArt.studio
Questions? Email Susan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Artist: Susan is a lifelong artist. She is presently completing the Creatively Fit Coach Certificate with Whitney Freya, but has a design degree from the Ontario College of Art ( now affiliated with the University of Toronto). Susan practices Reiki, and holds a lifetime Elementary teaching degree and Master's Degree. She has attended many different painting workshops over the years throughout the US and Canada like Color Bootcamp with Camille Przewodek and No Fear Plein Air Painting with Mary Giammario. Susan’s class offering is a combination of years of finding her inner artist.
Come join Susan to find balance, happiness, and personal fulfillment within while opening to the optimism of life on the canvas.
“Going on retreat is a time to cocoon, so that we may emerge ready to return to our lives with a new perspective”.
During this monthly retreat, we will step away from the hustle and bustle of life to focus on an aspect of spirituality. Each month will offer a different topic.
Life can be hard and we need support to find our way through the challenging times. This is perfect for anyone who is longing to deepen and renew their faith as we focus on the gifts of life and joy.
When: Saturday, October 23, 2021.
Time: 9:00am to 11:30am.
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods at the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage. Directions: Pull into the parking lot of the Ascension Medical Building at S. 74th and W. Rawson Avenue. Drive to the far end of the lot. Chapel is on the right. Signs will lead you in the right direction.
Cost: $20 suggested donation is appreciated. Exact cash or check payable to the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage can be brought that day.
Pre-registration is required: email name, phone number to email@example.com. Or call Susan at 414.510.4771.
NOTE: Limit 10 people per session
About the facilitator: Kim Mandelkow is the Director for the Office for Worship at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Kim brings a unique background, having lived a life of work, prayer and service while in the religious community of the Sisters of St. Benedict. She has ministered in Missouri, Indiana and Kentucky in multiple facets of parish and organizational life. She holds a degree in music and religion from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, a master’s degree in pastoral theology from Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology, and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Christian Worship and Spirituality from the Institute for Worship Studies in Jacksonville, Florida.
Are you in need of a mini getaway? Of course you are! We invite you to attend the Unplug & Recharge workshop for a day of much needed connection, learning and laughter all while surrounded by the beauty and calm of nature!
This laid-back day will include:
"My experience of attending an unplugged event was beyond excellent! Highly recommend it! Educational & fun! The day went by fast and I didn’t want it to end lol! I learned a lot and felt so much less stress and anxiety after learning so many easy techniques…” Michelle E.
"This was an amazing day! Such great information and I really appreciated all the items and handouts that I received." Mary W.
"I came here stressed, I am leaving here refreshed; such a beautiful venue for this program. I enjoyed laughing and connecting with the other women!" Tammi Z.
Don't miss out on this beneficial workshop! Grab your friends and enjoy the day together or come alone and meet new friends!
When: Saturday, August 14, 2021
Where: Inside the Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods.
Early Bird Special - $97 if registered before August 7
Cost: $110 - (part of the fee will be donated to the Conservancy for Healing & Heritage to help complete access to the trails and lake). Includes: Handouts and a variety of items for your wellness toolkit.
Registration and payment is required to secure your spot, as space is limited.
Sliding scale for those in need.
Register at: EverydayWellnessForYou.com/workshops
About the Presenter: Jean Fink, OTR, is a licensed occupational therapist, certified Reiki master teacher and owner of Everyday Wellness, llc in Greendale. She provides natural healing therapies for the mind, body and spirit, and workshops that foster resiliency and positive mental health. Jean has received additional training in Wellness Counseling, Grief Support Specialist, Mental Health First Aid, and Emotional CPR (how to revive our emotional hearts in the midst of crisis, trauma and distress). For more information, see her website: EverydayWellnessForYou.com
Are you ready for another fun retreat? Of course you are! You are invited for another day of much needed connection, learning and laughter all while surrounded by the beauty and calm of nature.
Please note: This workshop is different than Unplug & Recharge.
Grab your friends and enjoy the day together or come alone and meet new friends!
This laid-back day will include:
· Guided Meditation
· Ways to cultivate happiness within
· A drum wash experience
· Learning about chakras and aura
· Tapping into the wisdom of nature
· Time for self-reflection
· Light snacks and tea
· Laughter and more!
This workshop will be limited to a small group, so don't wait to sign up! Some of the activities will be held outdoors, weather permitting so plan accordingly. Bring a lunch and anything else that will make you comfortable.
When: Sunday, August 15 - 9:30am to 3:30pm
Fee: $97 (part of fee will help the Conservancy’s fundraising efforts) A reduced fee is available for those in need. Registration is required. Payment secures your spot: EverydayWellnessForYou.com/workshops
Location: Inside the Reiman Healing Chapel
Facilitator: Jean Fink, OTR, is a licensed occupational therapist, certified Reiki master teacher and owner of Everyday Wellness in Greendale. She has additional training in Wellness Counseling, Grief Support Specialist, Mental Health First Aid and in Emotional CPR (how to revive our emotional hearts in the midst of crisis, trauma and distress.). Jean provides natural healing therapies for the mind, body and spirit, and facilitates workshops that foster resiliency and positive mental health. For more info: EverydayWellnessForYou.com or 414-232-5958. Private workshops are also available.
This group is for women of all ages who have been following a solitary self-growth/spiritual path and now feel the need to receive guidance and connect with kindred spirits.
This group will encourage and support you as you expand your herizons. We will create a safe place for you to practice heart-to-heart communication skills; find the courage to act upon that quiet voice within; explore new ways of coping; and allow your authentic self to rise. Each month will offer different topics and strategies to help empower you to enjoy your life to its fullest.
Please Note: During the pandemic, group size will be limited to 8 people to allow for physical distancing, so registration is required each month. Infection control measures following CDC guidelines will be required. Weather permitting, some of the time may be spent outdoors in the healing gardens, so plan accordingly.
When: Every third Saturday of the month. Upcoming dates: August 21 or September 18, 2021
Time: Group I - 9:30am to 11:00am
Group II - 11:30am to 1:00pm
Where: Inside the Reiman Healing Chapel
Fee: $30/mo Registration is required: EverydayWellnessForYou.com/workshops
About the Presenter: Jean Fink, OTR, is a licensed occupational therapist, certified Reiki master teacher and owner of Everyday Wellness, llc in Greendale. She has received additional training in Mental Health First Aid, Emotional CPR (how to revive our emotional hearts in the midst of crisis, trauma and distress.) and Wellness Counseling. Jean provides natural healing therapies for the mind, body and spirit, and workshops that foster positive mental health. For more information see her website: EverydayWellnessForYou.com
Are you longing for peace……peace of mind and body, peace in your heart and soul, peace for your neighbor and peace for the world?
If so, you are invited to join me for A Year of Peace.
In our world today, finding peace takes effort. We can be so busy and absorbed in just living day to day we sometimes forget our own needs of Self-care. When this happens, stress, tension and anxiety can build up in our bodies and minds, leading to irritability, anger, frustration. But what if we slowed down the pace of life, took time for our Self to move and breath with simple awareness and peacefulness? How would it feel to bring greater peace with-in so that we can experience greater peace with-out? When we create peace in our own bodies and mind, the world around us becomes more peaceful.
With like-minded people, in a small, intimate setting, we will be exploring peace through mindful yoga movements, guided meditation and relaxation, sound healing through singing bowls and tuned pipes, journaling, and more in the beautiful, natural surroundings of the Healing Chapel in the Woods at the Conservancy in Franklin.
When: The first Wednesday of every month in 2021
July 7, Aug. 4, Sept. 1, Oct. 6, Nov 3, and Dec. 1
Time: 6 p.m.-7:45 p.m.
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods at the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage. Directions: Pull into the parking lot of the Ascension Medical Building at S. 74th and W. Rawson Avenue. Drive to the far end of the lot. Chapel is on the right.
Cost: $25 per month. If you would like to commit for the full year to continue to build upon your practice of peace, consider the yearly special of $250.
Please note that a portion of all fees with be donated to the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage so that they can continue to develop their beautiful grounds for all to enjoy.
Pre Registration is required as space is limited to 9 people at this time to allow for proper physical distancing.
Sign up at: jamiemyoga.com. Click on the Classes and Events.
About the presenter: Jamie Mullen, certified yoga therapist and yoga teacher, sound healer and reiki practitioner, will be guiding this small group workshop. Jamie has extensive training and experience is various yogic techniques that include movement for all abilities, meditation, yoga nidra, hasta mudras, and mantra. Her areas of specialty include cancer care, women’s fertility enhancement, and emotional balance. For more information about Jamie, please feel free to visit jamiemyoga.com.
Join in a unique cultural and healing experience. Enjoy the tranquility of the Native American flute in the Reiman Healing Chapel and engage in a dialogue with Charlotte Grace, a Milwaukee-area lecturer and musician.
Learn how the Native American flute is indeed an instrument of well-being as Charlotte discusses topics such as stress and health, the psychological effects of chronic illness and music as a stress-management strategy.
She will perform as well as inform.
When: Friday, July 30 11:00am until Noon
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel
Cost: goodwill donation appreciated
Registration required: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Susan at 414.510.4771
Charlotte holds a Master of Science in health psychology and a Bachelor of Science in biology and philosophy. She has been an adjunct Lecturer at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI for 17 years.
After studying and performing the silver flute for 20 years, she was introduced to the Native American flute and felt she found her musical home. She continued her study of the Native American flute for the next 15 years and has performed at Milwaukee's Indian Summer Festival, Centre Place Toronto, St. Luke's Medical Center Milwaukee, Dryhootch Madison Veterans Benefit Concert and the International Native American Flute Association/World Flute Society Convention Participant Recital at UW-Eau Claire.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
– Albert Einstein
Being in nature can have a healing effect on our mind, body and spirit. We invite you to join us in the We Energies Foundation Healing Garden for a conversation in nature. This will be a time to reconnect with nature and meet new/old friends. All ages are welcome.
Bring a lawn chair or use a folding chair from the chapel or bench in gardens. If it rains, the group will relocate to inside the chapel.
When: Thursday, August 19, 2021 10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
A goodwill donation is appreciated..
No registration required. Just show up!