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Art of Living: A Creativity Retreat for Women

Alli Walker
6 p.m. Friday through 1 p.m. Sunday. , Saturday November 17 | $200-$300.

Grailville Retreat & Program Center invites you to The Art of Living: A Creativity Retreat for Women. This retreat allows you to play in the creative as a way for spiritual deepening. Visual artist Diane Debevec, dancer Gloria Esenwein and poet Pauletta Hansel to interweave visual arts, movement, writing and singing as pathways to self-healing, creative expression and personal transformation. 



Where: Grailville Retreat & Program Center
Phone: 513-683-2340
Address: 932 O’Bannonville Road
Website: http://www.grailville.org/

Grailville Retreat & Program Center

932 O’Bannonville Road
Loveland, OH
45140
 
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