Building skills in a Changing Environment
Greetings from your 2019 ADS Conference Steering Committee.
We are very excited how the conference is shaping up and are looking forward to a wonderful gathering of dowsers. Please register here now!
We have commissioned Grahame Gardner to record a talk for the major theme of our conference, 5G and how it relates to dowsing. Grahame is a British dowser, geomancer and author of The Basic Guide to Technopathic Stress.
We are also very fortunate to have Angus MacDonald facilitating the Sunday morning session on water dowsing, both practicing dowsing a map as well as in the field. We will host again a beginners dowsing lessons on Friday afternoon (4:00 pm) in which we will demonstrate how to use dowsing tools and also how to dowse a map. Please know that this is the only scheduled session for learning the basics of dowsing during the conference. As always, we are always available to help each other during breaks to make sure everyone’s questions and needs are being met.
We will appreciate it very much if you have decided to come to please send us your registration as soon as possible. We need to confirm meeting spaces, overnight rooms and meals with the Tatamagouche Centre by the end of August.
Tentatively, depending on the number of registrations, we have reserved the Saswasig Lodge that has a lovely meeting room facing the river, as well as kitchen facilities.
Also, early registrations would help us decide how to facilitate the meals; whether we have them at the main kitchen of we cater them at the Lodge. This is the reason why you will find that the registration form does not include the price of meals at the moment; and we are requesting that you let us know if you are interested in purchasing meals and which ones.
Please let us know if you have questions and suggestions, you can contact us by replying to this email. Please also help us spread the word by sharing this conference poster.
Your Steering Committee,
Silvana Castillo, Teresa Giovanelli, Michele Graveline, Angus MacDonald, Laurence Marie and Kathy Putnam.
October 18-20, 2019
Tatamagouche Centre – Saswasig Lodge, Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
This event is open to the public; please register using the link above.
See registration form