Everyone loves a good ghost story – what role does a ghost play in literary fiction and Our Town? Writing instructor Addison James will lead the discussion.
The team at Milkweed health & harmony emporium is excited to have Reiki Master, Diana La Diosa, back at Milkweed on Saturday, July 27th from 10:30 am – 4:00 pm!
Cost: Clients can choose between a 30-minute session for $55, or a 60-minute session for $85.
Reservations are recommended by calling Diana directly at 931-401-8301 .
The team at Milkweed health & harmony emporium is excited to have Nashville-based henna artist Seemi back at Milkweed on Friday, April 19!
Book a session or walk-in between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Reservations are recommended by calling Seemi directly at 609-576-1477 .
During your session, observe and listen as Seemi’s intuitive art comes to life, personalized especially for you. If you’d rather not have an intuitive rendering, you can opt for the art-only session.
Cost: Intuitive-art sessions 10 to 60 minutes range from $25 to $150.
Art-only sessions are $20.
For an interesting article about Henna Body Art, click: Henna Body Art.
For more information, please check out https://milkweedstore.com/content/henna-artist-returning-milkweed
A Poetic Romp Through Women’s History
What American Women Have to Say Through Poetry
Join us as writer and Western Kentucky University professor Jane Olmsted reads and discusses the poetry of American women, while also sprinkling in readings of her own poetry. Olmsted’s poems and stories have appeared in numerous journals. Her chapbook Tree Forms was published in 2011 by Finishing Line Press. Her essay “The Weight of a Human Heart” won Memoir Journal’s prize for the guns issue in the fall 2013. Her collection of poems, Seeking the Other Side, was published in 2015 by Fleur de Lis Press.
From “Ghazal by Thread” by Jane Olmsted:
It seems the life I’ve called my own is but an echo of
someone else, someone who can only be heard—or found
—if she lets go of that life
sloughing off the skin and baring the rawness, pulling
hand over hand and gathering the lines of this deep-
Click this link for an article about Jane’s book Seeking the Other Side.
Here’s a great opportunity to support the women entrepreneurs and business owners that make our community truly special! Shop ‘til you drop in Downtown Hopkinsville at the Downtown Stroll, Sip and Shop event on Thursday, March 28, 2019. Refreshments and special offers available at individual locations.
Join Milkweed health & harmony emporium on March 28th for a Women’s History Talk by Jennifer Brown. The talk will discuss Five Hopkinsville Women Who Deserve Historical Markers. This special event will coincide with another special event, the Downtown Stroll, Sip & Shop.
Jennifer P. Brown has written about Hopkinsville for 35 years – first as a reporter and editor for the Kentucky New Era for three decades and more recently as an independent journalist publishing the online news site Hoptown Central. Brown co-chairs the National Advisory Board of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues at the University of Kentucky, and she is a board member for the Kentucky Historical Society and the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County. She earned the MFA in Creative Nonfiction at Goucher College, Baltimore.
Mark your calendar to attend a talk by the always popular Tsering Phunsok when he stops by Milkweed to share his wisdom and experience as a Tibetan Buddhist monk.