Save the Date ~ May

 

May 13th

Feng Shui and Sacred Space - 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

On this fun day we will explore the psychological and spiritual elements of your home and learn how they affect your spirit, health, and well-being. Through the basic principles of Sacred Space and Feng Shui you will see how to use conscious self-awareness and intuitive home psychology processes to create a harmonious and energetically enhanced home environment. Both for beginners and for those interested in discovering deeper insights.

Shawne Mitchell, MA in Consciousness Studies, bridges conscious living with a spiritual lifestyle. She is a speaker, professor, and author of Home Sanctuaries, Simple Feng Shui; Exploring Feng Shui, and other books.
Includes lunch $95

May 16th

Stroke Awareness 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm 

A free health education event featuring an in-depth discussion on stroke prevention and management, including treatment options and risk factors.

1115 S. Sunset Ave West Covina, 91790 Call (888) 456-2847 for more information or click here to register.

May 21th

Intermediate Beekeeping - Sunday, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

If you have basic beekeeping knowledge and want to upgrade your beekeeping skill level, then this workshop is designed for you. Through presentations, discussion, hands-on activities, and field inspection of La Casa's beehives, we will address bee management strategies, including: swarm prevention, splits, overwintering hives, pest and disease identification, treatment, and prevention, and other tricks of the trade. The goal is for you to be able to identify your colony's needs and have the skills for building a sustainable apiary. Please bring your own protective equipment.

Paul Cronshaw, president of the Santa Barbara Beekeeper's Association, and manager of La Casa's apiary, will share his 40+ years as an apiculturist in Santa Barbara County.
Includes lunch $95

June 11th

Annual Fundraising Dinner - 5:00 pm (reception) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm (dinner & program)

Housing Works' Annual Fundraising Dinner celebrates the commitment to foster access to safe, decent, affordable housing as a fundamental right for all. This year our tradition continues with the acknowledgment of 14 years of dedicated service to the most vulnerable in our community. We are featuring VAL ZAVALA as Master of Ceremonies. Thank you for joining us! Click here for more information and tickets.