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When:   June 26, 2008 6:30pm-8:00pm
Where:   City Hall, 165 Church St., Meeting Rooms One & Two, 2nd Floor
Front Door Entrance, Up Staircase, Meeting Room One is located down the hall on the right.
Parking: Free Public Parking Yale Lot 51 (Temple St. b/t Wall St. & Elm St.,~ 2 blocks from City Hall) after 4pm on Weekdays. Meter parking available on surrounding streets. City Hall Garage located off Elm St. charges $4/hour. Questions? This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript or
Price:   FREE
Type:   Meeting


The Colorful Road to Happiness

By Pamela Hochstetter

City Hall, Thurs June 26th, 6:30 8:00pm


Most of us live our days filled to the brim with commitments, responsibilities, appointments - you get the picture.  Building in a sufficient balance of quiet, relaxing, renewing time may be the perfect antidote to stress, burnout and unhappiness.


Pamela Hochstetter, M. Div. will discuss the benefits of creating a Process Art practice.  What is Process Art?  Who should try it?  Do you need to be an artist?  Where can you do it?  These and other questions generated by attendees will be enthusiastically addressed. 


(Warning:  You may find this activity to be habit-forming.)


Pamela Hochstetter is a life-long practicing artist, Process Art facilitator, educator and spiritual guide.  She holds a Master of Divinity degree from YaleDivinitySchool, as well as a Bachelor's, summa cum laude, in art & education.  Her training in Process Art was with Jane Gross, MA, LCSW.


Everyone is welcome; admission is free!

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