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Patterson Road Farmhouse

Jungian workshop at St. Paul’s

The C.G. Jung Association’s spring workshop is: “The Emerging Image of God.”  On March 8, Dr. Jerry Wright, D. Min., pastoral counselor, Jungian analyst will lecture and lead discussions on the challenge of evolving an image God that is large enough to address the complexities and dangers of modern civilization. To avoid meaninglessness and anxiety in contemporary life we need a religious attitude that incorporates the metaphorical, sacramental, historical, and therapeutic aspects of spiritual life.

Dr. Wright will lecture, reviewing the changing God images already found in the Western experience and examining which images still are valuable. There will be plenty of time to discuss the potential of an enlarged paradigm of God, befitting this millennium. The workshop begins at 9:30 a.m. and will last until 1:30 p.m. Snacks and beverages are provided. We will meet at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 33 West Dixon, Oakwood.  The cost is $45 at the door and $35 if prepaid by March 6 to: Jung Assocation, 6399 Sweet Briar Lane, Dayton, Oh. 45459.

DSPS artist to speak

On Tuesday, March 11, at 7 p.m. DSPS’ (Dayton Society of Painters and Sculptors) brief business meeting
will be followed by Nancy Foureman speaking on “Designing Space and Color Space”.  The public is invited to attend at the Patterson Homestead at 1815 Brown Street in Dayton.  Refreshments will be served.

Bus trip to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara House

A bus trip to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Samara House in West Lafayette, Indiana will take place on Saturday, April 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It was 1950 when John and Kay Christian decided to build a home near Purdue University where they worked. John was a pharmaceutical chemistry professor and Kay was the social director for the university. After much debate they decided that Frank Lloyd Wright was the architect to design their new home. Not sure how to proceed, John telephoned Wright’s office and to his surprise reached Wright himself. Over the next six years the master architect and his client worked together on the realization of a Usonian dream – Samara House.

Dr. Christian continues to live in the home and manages the day-by-day operation of the property.  His recollections of the project and Frank Lloyd Wright will make the tour of Samara an unforgettable experience.

Cost: $60 for the Members of The Westcott House Foundation; $80 for Non-Members (Fee includes bus transportation and admission tickets to SAMARA)

To make a reservation please call 937-327-9291.

Hawthorn Hill regular tour schedule returns

Tours of the Wright home, Hawthorn Hill, will be conducted on Wednesdays and Saturdays for those who have made advance, prepaid reservations. Tours will depart Carillon Historical Park via shuttle van promptly at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.  This unique experience is sure to be popular and space is limited to no more than 10 visitors per tour.

The regular ticket price is $12 per person. A special combination ticket for admission to both Carillon Historical Park and Hawthorn Hill is available for $15 per person.  Dayton History members receive a discounted ticket price of $10 per person.  Call Guest Services for additional information or to make a reservation:  937-293-2841 or toll-free at 1-877-BE-HISTORY.

Due to an exciting partnership between Dayton History and The Wright Family Foundation, Hawthorn Hill, the Oakwood mansion that Orville Wright called home for nearly 35 years, will also be available for educational tours.  Dayton History will conduct the tours while the Foundation will continue to own and manage the property.

This joint venture marks the first time that the structure will be accessible on a regular basis for members of the general public.

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Egg Coloring and Pictures with the Easter Bunny

Children 10 and under, sign up to color eggs and have your picture taken with the Easter bunny on Wednesday, March 12.  You can sign up for one of two times and space is limited.  Each child will color six eggs, take a picture with the Easter bunny and receive a special gift.  Registration ends Sunday, March 9.  Call the Oakwood Community Center at 298-0775, or stop by 105 Patterson Rd. for more information.

Basketball Tournament

This Round Robin half court basketball tournament is open to any Oakwood child in third through sixth grade and a related adult (example teams: father/daughter, aunt/nephew, etc.)  Teams will be split into a boys and girls division. Teams will be place in divisions according to grade level and gender of the youth.  The adult player must be 18 years of age or older.  The tournament will take place on Saturday, March 8 at Edwin D. Smith Elementary Gym.  Call the Oakwood Community Center at 298-0775, or stop by 105 Patterson Rd for more information.

OCC Kiddie Spring Sports 

OCC Spring Sports registration is underway!  Kickball for ages 5, and in Kindergarten and first grade.  T-ball for ages 1 and 2 grade, and coach pitch for 2-4 grades.  These three sports are coed and recreational in format.  Please call Dan Ruble 298-0775, or stop by 105 Patterson Rd. for more information.

Pet First Aid
(12 years of age or older)

Your pet is a part of your family and like other members of your family may become ill or injured.  Would you know how to care for your pet in an emergency?  The American Red Cross Pet First Aid course offers cat and dog owners’ peace of mind and the skills necessary to provide care until their pet can be seen by a veterinarian.

* Perform CPR, rescue breathing and first aid
*  Care for shock
*  Care for a choking pet
*  Care for fractures and bleeding
*  Stock a pet first aid kit
*  Safely transport an injured pet
*  Provide first aid for sudden illness
*  Recognize poisonings
*  Prevent/provide care for drowning
* Act with confidence during an emergency

Sat., March 15, 9:00 a.m. – 1 pm at the OCC Lower Level Teen Center  Fees: $38 (M), $57 (NM), $76 (NR)

Enriching Friends
(grades 3 & 4)

This course was designed by nurses, parents, teachers and a school counselor to help kids with the struggle with friendship issues throughout their young lives.  This program is designed to help kids learn effective communication skills and to learn how to confront the challenges of friendships. This course will touch upon the qualities of a good friend, how to introduce yourself, how to be a good listener, the perils of gossip, and how to look for and perform acts of kindness just to mention a few.

This class will meet on three consecutive Saturdays from 10 - 11:30 a.m.  Each week will build upon each other. Saturdays, March 8, 15, 22; 10 - 11:30 A.M.; Instructor: Enriching Kidz, Inc. Fees: $45 (M), $68 (NM), $90 (NR)


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