Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream

Event date 22 Sep '18 12:00 - 16:50
Event location Florida Gulf Coast University, Seidler Hall #115 • 10501 FGCU Blvd S,, Fort Myers, 33965, FL, United States

Good news, we have room for a few more registrants.  so sign up now while you can! We start at 12:00pm!  

Now more than ever before, we need our movements for our environment and democracy to grow and succeed.  This symposium will help both seasoned and new activists become more enlightened, globally connected and effective Change Makers.  We become part of the "Great Turning" that is happening on this planet. We become a positive force in Evolution. 

The Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium is an interactive transformational workshop that inspires participants to play a role in creating a new future: an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, and socially just human presence on this planet. Through the symposiums around the world, thousands of participants are transforming their relationship with themselves and with planet earth.

This event will be on the FGCU Campus and is co-hosted by Pachamama Alliance of SWFL and the FGCU Department of Integrated  Studies. 

We need for all participants to register ahead of time for a number of reasons.  We have two videos we would like you to see before attending the Symposium.  We also need to know how many people to prepare for. We have gifts for you all.  Register on this page.

The Symposium will be followed by a free concert on campus by Earthman Lanny Smith, who is on his Climate Change Tour.  PDF attached.  Check out this FaceBook Page for more about his tour. 

Florida Climate Action/Solutions Election Concert Tour 2018

Suggested donation $10.00 deeply appreciated and needed for ongoing production. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Students free with student ID.  FYI 44 people have signed up "anonymously" for this Symposium.  We encourage those who sign up to also join our online SWFL Pachamama Alliance Community and we will see your shining faces below. 

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