Owning Our Stories & Living Our Truth
Sunday, September 8 at 2pm
Lakeridge High School Auditorium
Hear a voice of inspiration as New York Times bestselling author of Wild, Cheryl Strayed, shares her courageous life story about what she has learned, what she knows know, and its evolution into global success. This talk is to inspire us all to appreciate the life we have lived, honor the lessons we have learned, and empower us to embrace what lies ahead! Owning our Stories & Living Our Truth, a talk with Cheryl Strayed is presented as the opening event of the award winning "Living Well" talk series put on the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. Tickets are $15 for residents, $20 non-residents. To purchase tickets, click HERE.Event is intended for adults only, 18+. ID check at the door. Event seating is first come first, first serve.
Lake Theatre Showing of Wild
Thursday, September 6 at 6:30pm
Join us for a night of fun with friends as we celebrate Cheryl Strayed coming to Lake Oswego!
Healing the Hurt with Georgena Eggleston
Tuesday, September 10 at 6pm
We can often feel at a loss when trying to heal our past hurts or when dealing with our unresolved grief. Receive permission, assurance, and practical guidance to discover where emotional pain lives in your body, how to release it and replace the thoughts that keep you stuck. With new awareness, discover how curiosity and self-care can be lifelines to radiant living. Our goal is to inspire you to embrace your future with open arms and to live a life that you love! Registration required, free to Lake Oswego Residents, Non-Res $5.
Georgena Eggleston Bio: Georgena Eggleston, MA, trauma specialist and grief guide, became a complicated griever after burying the bodies of her brother, father-in-law, mother, father, and teenage son in three and a half years. After discovering where grief lived in her body through the Rubenfeld Synergy Method®, Georgena continued her deep personal work and became a certified synergist. Knowing we will all experience grief, Georgena teaches mindful grieving and intentional mourning so people have the tools to move beyond their grief. She is the mother of two sons and loves yoga and flower arranging. Georgena lives in Portland, Oregon.
The Gifts of Failure with Laure Redmond
Friday, September 13 at 6pm
Although failure might initially feel devastating, as if you’ve come to the end of the road, this is the beginning of your journey. The primary difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people fail more often. Mistakes are the portal to: creativity, learning something new, having a fresh outlook, and becoming wise. Failure is not the opposite of success, it’s a success building block. Complimentary Wine and Refreshments! Free for residents, $5 for non-residents.
Laure Redmond Bio: Laure Redmond is a published author, television personality, radio host and confidence coach practicing in Portland, OR and broadcasting internationally. Laure’s work is dedicated to helping individuals realize their true potential through attention to mind, body and spiritual principles and practices. Her trademark brand, Feel Good Naked™ has been featured on Oprah, KATU TV and most recently, VoiceAmerica Radio, in which she connects with a rich community of authors, academics and healers to bring awareness to an array of personal, social and cultural topics.
Thank you to our generous donors for supporting the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center and our efforts to bring dynamic, innovative and fresh programming to our community!