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Moving Your Way

Moving Your Way is a movement experience that invites all participants to explore their rhythmic sensibility and tap into their authentic soul. After a 30 minute meditation participants will be guided though techniques of African dance and improvisational movement by Nailah Randall-Bellinger, artistic director of RootsUprising, and Jeryl Palaña Pilapil-Brown. Nailah Randall-Bellinger (she/her) is a...

RootsUprising

RootsUprising returns to Green Acre as they present We Are... an evening performance of new works, created by artistic director, Nailah Randall-Bellinger, will be performed including, Entangled Gaze, Zipporah, Rooted We Are, along with excerpt from Initiation- In Love Solidarity. RootsUprising is an intergenerational motion art collective composed of dancers and wordsmiths. The company reflects upon...

Interfaith Peace Prayer Circle

⋆⋆⋆ This event will be held at Green Acre ⋆⋆⋆ Let us join together as one human community, with a focus on peace, as we honor our diversity and our unity, the Many in the One. Interfaith Peace Prayer Circle honors the integrity of all faith traditions and welcomes people from all backgrounds and traditions...

Association for Bahá’í Studies Seminar | May 26-30

Each year, the Association for Bahá’í Studies supports and promotes a number of seminars. Some seminars are organized around a professional or academic field, while others are interdisciplinary and focus on a theme. Some emerge from existing collaborative projects or working groups, while some are organized by the Association’s Committee for Collaborative Initiatives. While the...

For The World We Raise Our Voices!

“For the world we raise our voices!,” sings cousin choruses Voices from the Heart and Con Tutti! “We can’t wait to sing our songs of hope, peace and support for Ukraine” says director, Joanne Connolly. “Come rain or come shine, we will sing outdoors under the ‘big top’ at beautiful Green Acre in Eliot, Maine!...

Electric Voices | Octavia Butler

This is a night of spoken word, live music, and great discussion. On May 22nd we’ll blend these art forms to honor the words of Afro-Futuristic, feminist author, Octavia Butler. You don’t want to miss this! The event is part of AFROFUTURISM 2022. At this time masks are still required inside the building.

The Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP) • University Graduate Seminar

ISGP University Graduate SeminarDiscourse and Social Transformation: Achieving Coherence This seminar aims to assist young adults to develop the capacity to examine and analyze society and the forces acting upon it and to introduce relevant aspects of the Bahá’í Teachings both in their academic and professionals fields and in other social spaces in which they...

The Conversations We Should Be Having | A Podcast Listening Party

Join the BLM Seacoast co-founder Tanisha Johnson, Eliot Chief of Police Elliott Moya, and Green Acre staff for the launch of the much-anticipated new podcast The Conversations We Should Be Having. Produced by Green Acre, a Bahá’í Center of Learning, this podcast brings together two individuals that society says are on opposite sides of a political...

Green Acre Picnic | SOLD OUT

You’re invited to spend the day at Green Acre on July 17th from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM for a chance to spiritually recharge. This picnic is for those who’ve loved Green Acre for decades and those who’ve never attended before. You are all welcome here! Optional activities will be offered such as visiting the...

Association for Bahá’í Studies Seminar | July 22-24

Each year, the Association for Bahá’í Studies supports and promotes a number of seminars. Some seminars are organized around a professional or academic field, while others are interdisciplinary and focus on a theme. Some emerge from existing collaborative projects or working groups, while some are organized by the Association’s Committee for Collaborative Initiatives. While the...

Reconceptualizing Blackness

A Youth Call to Action We invite youth of all races and spiritual traditions to apply to attend The Wilmette Institute’s first anti-racism week for youth focusing on the Black experience. This session is intended for youth of all backgrounds who are active or interested in racial justice with regards to any ethnic or racial...