You are invited to join us in historic Williamsburg, Virginia for an afternoon of conversation, questions and answers as we explore the foundations of the tiny house movement in the archetype of the "Primitive Hut" as exemplified by Innermost House. This event is generously sponsored by the William & Mary Department of Art and Art History, with special thanks to Professor Ed Pease, Architect.
You are invited to join us in beautiful Lafayette, California for this free afternoon of stories, pictures, questions and answers as Diana Lorence of Innermost House presents "Loving the Tiny House Life." This event is generously sponsored by the Lafayette Community Library and Learning Center, with special thanks to Vickie Sciacca and Amy Pipkin.
Please join us for a conversation led by Diana and Michael Lorence as we explore one of the most pressing issues of the day from the perspective of eternity: the problem of homelessness. This special event is sponsored by Ms. Debbie Synder of the Snyder Real Estate Group in Martinez, California.
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You are Invited to join us at the beautiful Colonial Inn in historic Concord, Massachusetts, as Diana Lorence and Richard Smith (Concord's own "Henry Thoreau") present "Stranger in a Strange Land: Taking Henry's Arm Across the Ages," as part of the Thoreau Society's bicentennial celebration of Henry Thoreau's birth. For information about tickets and the rest of the program, please visit the Thoreau Society website.