September 14 Events

Heyyy,

Here is a list of the events for the month. Please note that the planning/organization meetings are at a different time and location and that we would love it if folks stopped in to talk about the Do It Yourself festival and about the future of freeskooling in general.

~~Mondays (8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th)

         Organization/Planning meetings: 7pm, 414 Perrin street

Tusedays (9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th)

         Kundalini Yoga: 6pm, 25 N. Washington st Apt 2

         For more info pleas contact Siri Jodah (330)-984-9201

Thursday, Sept 18th

         Uke(lele)-(hula)H00P-Hack(y-sack): 4:30pm, the Virgin Mary Statue (hamilton and cross)

Saturday, Sept 20th

         Mabon Gong Meditations: Noon, the Virgin Mary statue

Alsooo, we have some confirmed activities for the upcoming fest!!

Basic yoga, Kombucha brewing, Nut milk making and tasting, Yarn bombing, Hula-hooping funtime!, Detroit Graffitti/Gentrification discussion, 4 square, bike basics and paper making.                         MORE INFO TO COME!

 

Switch it up September

Everybody! 

This month we are not using the calendar style to release events info and are having a D.I.Y. (do it yourself)  fest Saturday the 27th.  In addition we will be having some events throughout the month and having organization meetings as well.  If you have any ideas for the D.I.Y. fest or any questions you can post a response here or come to our next meeting :)  happening this Thursday (9/4), 7:30pm @414 Perrin st. Please check this website Friday(9/5) for an update on this months events.

 

Peace and free thoughts,

Samo

Drop-In Radical Reading Group (6/21/2014)

The Drop-in Radical Reading Group is meeting this Saturday (6/21) at 1pm in Room 1 at Downtown Ypsi Library on Michigan Ave.

This week we are reading further selections from the Water St. Reader (aka striven to remain in a state of flux). 

Letter to Ernesto Zedillo – Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos
p. 36 in Water St. Reader (pdf attached)


“Beyond the Impossible” – Roaul Vaneigem

p. 79

Letter to Lindsey – Peter Linebaugh
p. 100

Anyone is welcome and it is not required that one has read the text beforehand!