Please join us for Oak Park Public Library's third annual Restorative Justice Conference, held virtually on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout October. This year's theme is The Medicine Wheel: Balancing Humanity. Sign up now to receive email updates about the conference »
In week 2, we are highlighting the spiritual component of humanity. Week 1 focuses on strategies one can use to build stronger skills for your spiritual well-being.
REGISTER IN ZOOM NOW. After you register, you will receive a specific Zoom link to join in the event.
10am-11am Karen Light- Creative Inner Wisdom. Join us for this workshop that focuses in the spiritual quadrant of the medicine wheel entitled “ Creative Inner Wisdom” Her passion for storytelling and creativity is contagious. Karen will help you dig deep into your soul to find your inner wisdom, if you
love being creative. You must register for this awesome workshop!
11:15am-12:15pm Community Commons- trained facilitators will be available to facilitate a virtual talking Circle.
2pm-3pm Community Commons- trained facilitators will be available to facilitate a virtual talking Circle.
3:15am-4:15pm Sandra Sosa- Knowing You in order to Know Myself
5pm-6pm Community Commons- facilitated by FEELREEL Spaceholders will rotate to hold shared virtual space for conference participants to come together. A space to explore what is being learned and what are challenges.
6pm-7pm Community Commons- trained facilitators will be available to facilitate a virtual talking Circle.
7:15pm-8:15pm Community Commons- trained facilitators will be available to facilitate a virtual talking Circle.
Karen Light is an artist, coach/teacher/mentor, and the founder of Studio Light Illustration where they help creative dreamers turn those dreams into reality! She is passionate about stories - both illustrating them and guiding others through the process of re-imagining the stories of their lives, individually and collectively. Her toolbox has been honed from working as an artist, two decades of teaching young people, coaching teachers, artists, and entrepreneurs, studying community arts, her work in social justice, and her ever-evolving spiritual practices.