Wed 11/15 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm EST
Join Leadership Seacoast alums for an evening of conversations, where we’ll enjoy art, build connections, and learn together.
These times of change and challenge call us to grow and change—personally, in our organizations, and our society. We may need to move through thresholds, where we leave what we have known and step into a new chapter.
Please join other Leadership Seacoast alumni for an evening of conversation where we explore what it means to cross a threshold. In a unique dialogue approach created by some Leadership Seacoast alums, we’ll tour an art exhibit with the theme Crossing the Threshold and use this to inspire and spark our conversations.
The event will be held at Green Acre, a Bahá’í Learning Center in Eliot, Maine. People have gathered here for dialogues for over 100 years. (Leadership Seacoast hosted the 2023 Diversity Day and Closing Day here.)
Your facilitators will be Robert Sapiro, Green Acre’s Administrator and LS class of 2018 and Beth Tener, founder of Kinship and LS class of 2023. Beth is a facilitator and community weaver who creates gatherings that activate community, connection, and trust. She also hosts of the Living Love podcast.
Value of Attending
- Meet and get to know other Leadership Seacoast alumni
- Gain new insights about how to navigate change and move through thresholds
- Experience an creative approach to hosting conversations that matter
- Enjoy viewing some art and experiencing the beauty and history of this special place in our community, along the Piscataqua River
Light refreshments will be served. Please register below.