1 Billion Rising Events

The Heart of Concord beats for Justice.

United States > Concord, MA > 399 Lexington Road, Concord, MA > 2014-02-14 > 15:00

About The Event

On February 14th Concord residents will join the ranks of One Billion Rising at an event themed: The Heart of Concord beats for Justice. 3:00pm Orchard House. C.C. King is the key facilitator of this event. She will be joined by Jan Turnquist, Executive Director or Orchard House and author Polly Peterson will share fascinating stories of historical Massachusetts women who valiantly protected women and children. The gathering will also include political and religious speakers, musical performance and dancing. JOIN US! RISE RELEASE DANCE at the Orchard House -

About The Organizer

C.C. King, "Twinkle" Marie Manning, Jan Turnquist

CC King is a certified InterPlay Leader and trainer, Boston-area coordinator and national InterPlay board member. She has been practicing the joyous unfolding of Interplay for over ten years. She is an expressive therapist, visual artist, teacher and community activist. As the co-founder of a local arts and environment program, she facilitates workshops in organic sculpture and organizes public performance. Her background includes nonprofit management, art and family therapy, trauma-informed InterPlay and a life-long commitment to finding sustenance, creative activism, and joy in the natural world.
C.C. can be reached at: [email protected] www.interplay.org

“Twinkle” Marie Manning is an author, columnist, former magazine editor, executive television producer for TV for Your Soul Productions and the Founder of Empowering Women, a movement to build community, discuss current women’s issues, and responsively connect resources by means of an international multi-media platform through local community television, trademark events, print publications, interactive internet content.
"Twinkle" Marie can be reached at: [email protected] www.EmpoweringWomenTV.org 

Event hosted by: Jan Turnquist, Executive Director of Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House. Jan is an educator, actress, and historian. She is the founder and director of InterAct Performances, an organization devoted to the wonderful impact that living history presentations and meaningful seminars can have in the worlds of education, business, and personal enrichment. She has been featured in television roles on PBS, the Fox Network, and several BBC productions. Now a consultant to Orchard House Museum, where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in 1868, she spent 18 years on staff there as Living History Coordinator, Education Coordinator, and Historic Interpreter.
www.janturnquist.com www.louisamayalcott.org

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