MARCH 2020

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Join the community at Oasis for this month’s upcoming events!

200 N Greensboro St, Carrboro, NC 27510

10am – 9:00pm M-Sat // 10am – 6pm Sun

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Tues MAR 3rd  7pm -8:30pm
Poet’s Open Mic Night

Join Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department and Oasis for POETS OPEN MIC NIGHT the 1st Tuesday of each month from 7pm – 8:30pm. This is a night where poets can engage with others and share the power and diversity of poetry. This event is staged to provide the venue for people to celebrate, to share, and to encourage the writing, reading, and listening of poetry. For information on this program please call (919) 918-7364.

Sunday MAR 8th 6:30-8:30pm


We are at a crossroads in our history. We are on the precipice of destroying our habitat, the very earth that gives us sustenance and supports life. Our multiple challenges of climate change, deforestation, overgrazing, fisheries collapse, food insecurity, and the rapid extinction of species are all part of a single, over-arching problem: Humanity has overshot the carrying capacity of the Earth.

Join with others willing to honestly face our situation and have the most important discussion of our lives: how we pull out of our ecological nosedive and transition to a life-affirming global culture, an earth community of sustainability, justice, and peace!

We show a different video each session and discuss a range of important issues and options to address them. For detailed information on each session, see . Information will be posted 5-6 days prior to the event.

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.

Thurs MAR 12th 7pm – 8:30pm
Listening for Lumen, the Muse with a Pen with Beth Burke

The higher purpose of creative writing is illumination. Whether we write fiction or nonfiction, poetry or drama, letters or journal entries,
when invited, Lumen’s light shines into and through us.
Join me in an evening of prompt writing and feel the light expand. Sharing is optional and dependent on group size. Notebooks and pens will be available on a donation basis – please bring them with you each month.

Beth is a holistic healthcare provider, a part of many local integrative
teams. She offers individual manual therapy and energy balancing
sessions, as well as guidance in the development of transformational
Self-Care practices. As a licensed massage therapist and a certified
energy healer, she works from a convenient Carrboro studio. Also see
her 90-day Master RESET Program designed for those wanting to make
a conscious and lasting shift.

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Saturday MAR 14th  7:30-8:30pm
LIVE Magic & Mentalism with Steven Taylor

Come join Steven Taylor for his amazing mentalism show! Steven will use some very clever techniques to influence your decisions and to determine what you are thinking. He will focus on the magic of decisions and how we consciously and subconsciously make decisions throughout our daily lives, and how these decisions are influenced. Audience participation is encouraged. The show is best for ages 12 and up (not suitable for young children). See you then!

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Sat MAR 21st 7:30-9:00pm
Live Kirtan with Samadhi

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.

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Monday MAR 23rd  7pm – 8:30pm
An Evening with Julianah Hicks

If you’re feeling great, and have perhaps achieved all of your health goals, then you probably won’t need to attend this presentation. But if you would like some support in becoming stronger, more resilient, more healthy, more energetic, and more balanced, then please join Coach Julianah at the Oasis for an evening of ideas and inspiration. She is an Integrative Medicine Health Coach, trained at Duke Integrative Medicine. Coach Julianah will show how we all can benefit from integrative medicine health coaching when we show up ready to make a change in our lives.
Julianah has 14 years of professional experience in Wellness. She will share compelling stories that she has gathered over the course of her experience helping people with herbs and supplements. Bring your questions and stories about your health and we will take steps together to begin your journey towards reaching your goals.

Bio:Born in Charlottesville, Va., while her father was in his residency in Orthopaedics at the University. Grew up in Charlotte, NC where discussions around the dinner table often drifted towards health and medicine. Bachelor of Arts in Religion at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., followed by additional study in basic sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill.  Worked as a Research Technician in the Anatomy Department there for two years.She has run the Wellness Department at the local coop for many of her 14 years there. In 2018 she completed the advanced coaching program at Duke Integrative Medicine. She is a mother of two grown daughters, and enjoys finding fun ways to make nutritious meals taste great. She sings in a folk band, advocating for positive change in our community.