Please Note: Oasis is CLOSED on Thanksgiving this month!
Join the community at Oasis for this month’s upcoming events!
See you there!
200 N Greensboro St, Carrboro, NC 27510
10am – 9pm M-Sat // 10am – 6pm Sun
Friday November 1 7:00-9:00pm
Oasis Game Night
Join the Oasis Crew for a fun-filled evening of games and laughter. The cafe will be open and the tunes will be jammin’.
Sunday, Nov 3 6:30-8:30
Ted Talk & Reflections for Women 50+ at Oasis
( Private Event)
Hosted by Pamela B. Moore for FFFFP MeetUp group. Please join our MeetUp group so you can be part of future Ted Talk and Reflections at Oasis.
Let’s gather at Oasis for the first Sunday of the month to watch 2-3 TEDTalks and have some deep reflective conversations about the ideas in each talk with members of Female Friends Past Fifty/Chapel Hill+ Chapter Meetup group. Follow these steps if you want to join our private event you need to:
1) Create an account on Meet Up.com
2) If you are Female Past Fifty then join Finding Female Friends Past Fifty/Chapel Hill+ Chapter. NOTE: once you register into the group it can take a few days for final approval.
3) After you have been excepted into our FFFPF Meetup group then register for the event: Ted Talk & Reflections for Women 50+ at Oasis https://www.meetup.com/Finding-Female-Friends-Past-Fifty-Chapel-Hill/ 5)
Suggest you register early, space is limited and does sell out quickly.
For more event details go to the MeetUp – Ted Talk & Reflections for Women 50+ at Oasis.
Monday, Nov 4 7:00-9:00 pm
Live Music with Tom Cridland
Tom is a British singer and songwriter. He is currently doing a tour of all 48 lower states with his band. Tom has recorded over 100 songs this year and has recently started releasing one song every week
His songs are available on all streaming platforms and you can listen to some of his songs here: I Wanna Be Home Alone, I Still Believe I Can Do It, Damn Right, You’re My Baby, Falling off the Rails, C
Tom’s socials are @thetomcridland – https://www.instagram.com/
Friday November 8 7-9pm
Oasis Movie Night
Join the Oasis Crew for a fun-filled evening of movies and relaxation. The cafe will be open!
Saturday November 9 7-9pm
Live Drumming & Music with Pline Mounzeo and Ken Wilson
Ngo – strength of the panther
Ma – given
Ngoma – a drum or a spiritual ceremony found in central and southern Africa to help people work with difficult issues, a healing ritual as in “doing ngoma”
Join Pline Mounzeo and Ken Wilson by dancing together and supporting each other. Pline is a world class drummer from Brazzaville, Congo; Ken has played and loved these rhythms for around 40 years. Engage the integrative mode of consciousness, let go of years of stress. They provide the music; you provide the dance; the whole universe creates the experience.
This tradition is part of a once universal practice of rhythm and dance done to integrate the self, to integrate the group and to heal. Not only can we be pretty sure people did this for a reason, but Ken, Pline and others have done clinical studies showing the helpfulness of “doing ngoma” in our own culture (see for example https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5655458/).
Pline’s home, the Congo River Basin around Kinshasa and Brazzaville, is the musical epicenter for the great Ngoma healing tradition of the Bantu peoples of central and southern Africa. The traditions of the extraordinary Congo rain forest, its people, its possession mediums and its healing drums should have been a part of our national heritage but were suppressed here long ago. Now you can connect with one of the world’s treasures.
Sunday Nov 10, 6:30-8:30pm
Climate Destabilization: Practices & Actions to Create Resilience
RSVP Details Here
In these sessions, we focus on creating resilience, both individually and in community. It includes personal practices such as deep breathing and meditation to calm and center ourselves, as well as actions we can take in our communities to adapt to the coming changes brought on by climate destabilization. Bring your comments, questions, ideas, and friends! Free! Open to all! Presented by the Citizens Climate Collaborative: Betsey Downing, Tana Hartman Thorn, Dirk Kelder, and Jim Sander.
Thursday November 14 7- 8 pm
CBD for Pain, Anxiety, and Depression w Kate Hansen
Healing with CBD Although cannabis contains many healing components, this discussion will focus on CBD and related compounds that are legally available in North Carolina. Cut through the hype and look at the science about how CBD, CBD-A, and CBG can assist with healing from a variety of conditions, as well as be helpful for overall health and well-being. Dosing, delivery methods, potential side effects and drug interactions will be covered. Please visit Katey’s website (https://www.kateyhansen.com/medical-cannabis) for tips about how to choose a quality CBD product, see her list of favorite products, and view a 3 minute video explaining the endocannabinoid system.
Katey Hansen, RN is a cannabis nurse and a member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and the Cannabis Nurse Network. She has received formal education in cannabinoid therapeutics through the Medical Cannabis Institute, Eloise Theisen, RN, FNP of Radicle Health, Dr. Dustin Sulak, DO, and the Cannabis Nurse Network. Through her consulting practice, Katey provides education about the use of medical cannabis for health issues and holistic strategies for cancer recovery. Katey lives in rural Orange County where she loves hiking with her dog Gracie, gardening, and studying all things related to nutrition, holistic health, and medical cannabis. Katey has been an RN for over 30 years, and she is the author of “Hoping for a Cure”, a book about integrative and alternative treatment for cancer.
Saturday November 16 7:30-9:00pm
Samadhi is a soulful kirtan band based in North Carolina. Although the term kirtan is originally from India, we celebrate traditions from around the world that foster community gatherings centered around devotional call and response singing. Kirtan transforms the spirit, bringing us together, unifying our hearts and voices, sharing in the spirit. Because kirtan requires participation, WE NEED YOU! Our music is as diverse as our band, and with influences that include jazz, gospel, indie, rock n’roll, and soul, our chants range from moments of sweet intimacy to resounding expressions of the heart. Our members include Krishna Nama, Prema, Rangadevi, Steve, Kat, Julian, Courtney & Vikram.
Tuesday November 19 7- 8:30 pm
Understanding Stones Offering
The earth has gifted us with many wonders and beauty. One of these wonders are stones. Having survived millions of years they carry the knowledge of many: all our relations, the plants, water, trees, animals, and humans; to name a few. This offering is for sharing ways to use some of the energies that stones contain.
Learn how to retrieve and connect with a personal stone. It is great to have a tool or representation of the great energy we have within us. Carrying a personal stone works well. Learn how to be connected with its power in times of joy and in moments when a boost in your energy field is needed. These are only a couple of ways that stones can be used.
I learned this offering from spiritual healers around the world. If you have stones already, please bring and use them. If not, I will have stones available. This offering is open for all ages to enjoy and learn.
Lillie Kolman Live with Peter Deleeuw – Spirit Soul-Folk Music
Lillie Kolman is a soul song weaver located in the mountains of Asheville, NC. Her music is rich with raw emotion, powerful melodies, and heartfelt lyrics that invite listeners into a deep space within themselves. With each pristine note, she gives voice to universal experiences that connect us all. As she sings her truth, she reminds you of yours. Peter Deleeuw’s music (and poetry) comes straight from the muse.
Forget the Outro
Forget the Outro is an energetic band that always wants to bring new life and joy to music. Based in North Carolina, they play from a wide selection of tunes: country, blues, jazz, rock, folk—you name it, they play it! For them, the ultimate goal is to help their audience feel the music’s real heart and soul. They are led vocally by Kat Farley (singer for long-time friends of Oasis, Samadhi), with Peter Romeyn on lead guitar, Don Burroughs on rhythm guitar, Thomas Burroughs on keyboard, Katie Brey on bass, and Cliff Missen on drums. With all that talent, Forget the Outro can’t help but bring songs to life!
Wednesday November 27th 5pm – 6pm
Never Dead Poets Society
John Keats (1795 – 1821), a poet, from the English Romantic Era was a main figure of the second generation of Romantic poets. He famously stated, “The poetry of the earth is never dead”.
My name is Rose Fields, I’m 27 years old and from the small town of Pikeville, here in NC. I lacked stability in my childhood and supplemented with reading and writing. Falling in love with poetry at a young age, I turned to it to connect and express. In return poetry allowed me to channel my feelings and redirect them in a healthy way. Poetry is a peaceful outlet for self-expression, in addition to, the processing of emotions. I often say, to write a poem is to have a conversation with one’s intrinsic, otherwise-neglected self. I wanted to create a safe place for young people to connect with one another and process through the more convoluted aspects of life. Thus, the Never Dead Poets Society was born! Whether you are a writer, a listener, or a reader, you are welcome to come join this group!
A typical meeting consists of reading, writing, and creating a prompt for the future meeting. This keeps all involved writing and processing through a collection of topics decided on and discussed throughout each meeting. Our group is not full of writers by trade, though we do have a few accomplished writers in the group. I, myself am a science major…if that helps you to feel more comfortable with your background. Everyone has the ability to write poetry! Although this group is centered on the collaborative experiences of young adults, anyone can come and participate! Please feel free to contact me with the email provided below with any further questions. Email: email@example.com
Friday, November 29th 7:00-8:00pm
Riding the Waves of Grief through the Holidays with Michelle Sauber
The jam-packed holiday season in combination with the end of another year can leave some of us in an emotional and/or disconnected place. There might be parts of the holidays that are joy-filled but other parts can cut straight through our hearts. And then sometimes we feel nothing at all. Whatever you are feeling is understandable and accepted here. Come join us for community, free hugs and strategies to cope with the end of year festivities.
Michelle Sauber is a Game Changing Lighthouse (GCL) and Chief Executive Officer at Metanoia Sessions. She offers 1:1 strategy sessions for creatives of all walks of life where deep dives and interesting questions are the name of the game. She will be debuting a podcast in 2020 focused on relationships and ways to reconnect with our authentic life paths. She can be found on Instagram @msauber2 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.