Due to the current health challenges Colorado and our country are facing from COVID-19, all in person At the Table Colorado conversations have been postponed until further notice. We are rescheduling our events, whenever possible, as virtual meetings and will have more details available soon.
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Common Threads is about bringing people together to share our needlework (knitting, crocheting, even sewing if you prefer) as well as conversation, to get to know others from our community. It is as much about the conversation as the needlework.
Just as we will have a variety of knitting and crocheting techniques to discover, we hope to have diverse viewpoints on topics of the day to share with our new friends and neighbors!
March 2020 Common Threads is being redeveloped as an online conversation and we will have details available soon.
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How Do You Practice Gratitude in a World that is in a Constant State of Outrage?
There is an abundance of research on the benefits of living with an attitude of gratitude, but how do you do that during these hectic and often challenging times? Join us to share tips on living with a grateful heart:
♥ Suggestions for cultivating gratefulness
♥ Ideas for random acts of kindness
♥ Paying it forward
ALL ARE WELCOME…because ALL VOICES MATTER!
(But space is limited, so please let us know you are coming; register here)
Give gratitude a try! You’ll be happier you did.
November 19th, 6-8PM
Miller Public Library
100 S Wilcox St
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
At the Table Colorado, in partnership with the Mental Health Center of Denver and Mo’ Betta Greens Marketplace will be at the Dahlia Campus Farmers Marketplace starting this summer.Why? Because All Voices Matter… Your Voice Matters Colorado!
What’s on Your Mind?Click here for more information about our What’s on Your Mind? events.Past EventsA Special At the Table Colorado Conversation
A supportive conversation, with additional resources, for anyone that has faced the heartbreak of losing a pregnancy or infant.Hosted by:
Corey Rose Morning Anchor, KUSA – 9 News/Channel 20
Lori Hofer, Co-Owner, The Cereal Box, Inc.
Patricia Carmody, At the Table ColoradoWhen: October 6 – 4 to 6 PMWhere:
The Cereal Box
5709 Olde Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80002For: Anyone that has experienced the loss of a pregnancy or infant. All are welcome!Support ResourcesCounseling Resources
The Catalyst Center
300 South Jackson Street
Denver, CO 80209
www.catalystcenterllc.com Luna Counseling Center
6000 East Evans Avenue
Building 1, Suite 255
Denver, CO 80222
www.lunacounselingcenter.comJeanette Van Akkeren, MA, LPC
Foothills Vista Counseling and Coaching
9035 Wadsworth Pkwy #2600
Westminster CO 80021
www.foothillsvistacounseling.comColorado Resource for Pregnancy and Infant Loss
The Beautiful Scar Project
303-638-6556 or 720-275-4982
Colorado Pregnancy & Newborn Loss Services
PO Box 476
ColoradoPregnancyLoss.orgNational Resource for Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
7853 E. Arapahoe Court, Suite 2150
Centennial, Colorado 80112-1276
Dr. Caitlin O’Connor
2531 W. 29th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211
www.drcaitlin.comPregnancy, Childbirth, and Post-Partum Education and Support
Danielle Johns Preston, CLD
Roots to Nest
www.rootstonest.comPrintable Resource List (pdf)I couldn’t attend the October 6th conversation at The Cereal Box
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Thank you, so much for your interest in the Silent Voice: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness conversation at The Cereal Box, on Saturday, October 6th. We want everyone in the community to feel supported, know that they are not alone, and have access to resources that can help along the way.If you’d like to receive an email with more details on the conversation and the resources available, please fill out the form below.