Please join us for the second Bismarck Birth Circle meeting! Enjoy an evening of community building and story telling at the Bisman Food Coop Community Room. The evening will be centered around story telling by local community members. Featured guests sharing their birth related-stories include Kimimila Locke, Jeanne Hettich Farnsworth, and Jenna Johnson. When our featured speakers finish sharing their stories the event will open to attendees if they want to share their birth story.
This event is open to the public and is meant to provide an open, safe space for people of all identities to discuss and explore the subject of birth.
The event will begin at 6pm, but come early to grab some food and or beverages! Children are welcome at this event. Also, to be courteous of Bisman Coop patrons doing their grocery shopping please park on the street if you are able. The Coop closes at 8pm so we plan on wrapping up the evening at 7:45.
Can't wait to see you there!
BisMan Community Food Coop Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 25 @ 6 pm
Juniper Workantile @ 122 N. 4th Street
Please join us to celebrate the coop and get updates on all the great things happening at your store. Cookies and beverages will be served.
For the board election process this year, we only received one letter of intent for three open seats. The candidate is current Board Secretary Dale Wetzel. Please visit the website, www.bismanfoodcoop.com to view his bio under About / Board of Directors.
Because we have less candidates than open seats, the election committee has decided to forego online voting this year in favor of a paper ballot only, to be held during the annual meeting.
Questions on the voting process can be directed to the election committee chair, Kevin Martin, at email@example.com.
Have a great fall season and we hope to see you at the member meeting on October 25th.
The Election Committee
Come discover how bitter plants can help improve your overall health and well-being. In this class, you will learn about the benefits of bitter plants and how to use them. Your taste buds will never be the same!
This class is FREE as part of the outreach efforts of the Northern Lights Chapter of Herbalists Without Borders. Space is limited, so please RSVP either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go beyond a cup of tea to nourishing herbal infusions. Come learn how easy infusions are to prepare, which herbs to use, and how they can support your health.
This class is free, but RSVPs are appreciated.
This community class is taught by herbalist Cathy Breiner as part of her educational outreach efforts for the newly formed Northern Lights Chapter of Herbalists Without Borders, which serves North Dakota and South Dakota.
Cathy loves empowering others to be healthy and whole. She loves plants and spending time in nature. Cathy is an herbalist, aromatherapist, energy worker, and women's circle facilitator. She Currently lives in Minot, ND and serves as the volunteer chapter coordinator for the Northern Lights Chapter of Herbalists Without Borders.
BodyTalk Access is a safe, fast and effective energy-based tapping technique designed to maximize wellness for yourself and others, with no previous training required. Whether you already receive BodyTalk sessions or not, come and learn just what BodyTalk is all about, and what it can do for you!
This is a great opportunity to earn IBA CEUs, and to introduce friends and family to the BodyTalk System. The Access class experience has been inspiring, educational and healing!
Earlybird pricing of $135 is currently available to the first 12 that register and pay in full by September 21. After that, $150. Monitors that are IBA members pay $75.
I encourage you to share this class with people in North Dakota and surrounding areas that have difficulty traveling further for classes. BodyTalk is for every”body.” Let’s help share that knowledge in North Dakota in October!
Melanie Palm, the instructor and I, Kylene Kinnischtzke the class coordinator, look forward to seeing you then! Questions? Please Contact me at: (701) 226-8984, or at email@example.com
Learn daily things you can do to HELP YOURSELF with pain!
We'll be walking step-by-step how to address chronic and acute pain, from start to finish.
Learn the uncommon secrets of how doctors solve their own pain problems.
Experience real-world pain management techniques in action.
Leave with protocols for back pain, neck kinks, plantar fasciitis, and more.
This workshop is ideal for chronic and acute pain sufferers who have tried absolutely everything else. I'll tell you, you haven't tried this.
AND.... you will Receive HANDS ON work from Andrea to address pain, relaxation of tense muscles!
This class will help you decide which more in depth class on pain management will be beneficial for your body, or your clients' bodies. Look for upcoming offerings and classes from Andrea!
$49.00 per person - licensed massage therapist are half price!
Event is hosted by One Massage - email firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Tickets required for this event. Purchase tickets here.
Cheryl Kary, director of Sacred Pipe Resource Center and 2015 Bush Fellow.
Cheryl is an expert at building community. We'll ask her about her experience starting Sacred Pipe Resource Center, and also how she chooses her own personal community, and how she decides whose input she values.
The Prowess concept:
Potential: Leadership skills are not just for managers. Every woman, whether first-year college student or business owner can develop personally and professionally with leadership skills. Nothing can stand in the way of connected women.
Power: Leadership skills give women the power to improve their lives and their community.Education and training increase confidence and competence to speak up and charge forward.
Presence: Balancing personality and indivuality with communication and conflict management skills lends a magnetic presence. Find your voice and your authentic style.
See more about our concept here: prowessbisman.squarespace.com
11:30-11:45am Lunch Served
11:45-12:00pm Introduction to today's topic
12:00-12:45pm Presentation and Q&A
Hosted by Prowess, which is generously sponsored by CAWS ND.
Have you ever eaten a dragonfruit?
What about an ugli fruit?
Do you know what a kumquat tastes like?
DIABESITY (Diabetes and obesity) is the leading cause of death among American Indian people. Our traditional Native diet consisted of plants and proteins without high sugar and fat content. The changes in our diet and our sedentary lifestyle have had a major impact on our health. Diseases like smallpox and measles were a threat to us in the past, brought to us in the form of blankets. Today, diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and cancer are a threat to our population, brought to us in foods like soda pop, energy drinks, fast-food, and highly-processed and microwavable meal items.
BUT the world is full of things we may have never had the opportunity to try. Foods that taste good and are healthy for us! THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to try new foods and new foods cooked in healthy, delicious ways that you can try easily at home. Each hour of this event will feature a brief speaker and a new round of items to taste test!
The event will also feature a FREE GIFT for all participants and DOOR PRIZES throughout, including KitchenAid Cooking Sets, kitchen accessories, a Ninja Kitchen System, and GRAND PRIZE KitchenAid mixer!
Hosted by Sacred Pipe Resource Center