Council of All Bee-ings, Storytelling and Learning about Other BEEings with Regina Ress and Anita Amstutz
In a very peaceful and beautiful setting, come learn about all things bees and become a temporary member of the Council of All Beings. This very special Bosquitos day will be a time to learn about all living creatures—from bees, bugs, bats, cranes, coyotes, trees, rivers and more—who share our habitat on Planet Earth. We ask them what they want to tell us for these times in which we live. Bring a lunch and water bottle!!!
The event is free of charge and all ages are welcome. However, space is very limited and RSVP required. Please RSVP to Julie Hudson, Bosquitos volunteer, to reserve a spot at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have 20 spots available.
Regina Ress is a storyteller, actor, author and educator who has worked from coast to coast with the Council of All Beings. She is the winner of the 2003/2015 Oracle award and part of the National Storytelling network.
Anita Amstutz is a published writer, chaplain, founder of Think Like a Bee , and NMBKA certified beekeeper who spearheaded and helped designate Albuquerque a Bee City USA. She speaks, mentors, educates and advocates on behalf of all pollinators in New Mexico and everywhere she goes.
The Bosquitos are the youth-centered group of the Bosque Action Team. Our mission is to learn about Albuquerque's Bosque, the animals and plants that live there, and ways to take care of the Bosque and our earth as a precious natural space. Call Sarita Streng at 505-288-8713 for more information or if you have difficulty finding our group. Also, if you need special assistance, please let us know ahead and we will do our best to help.