Ojai Retreat & Inn Events
EVENTS IN OJAI IN SEPTEMBER
September 8, 7pm: Ottmar Liebert concert at Libbey Bowl libbeybowl.org/event/ottmar-liebert-2/
September 21-22: Mountainfilm On Tour mountainfilm.org/tour/stops/mountainfilm-on-tour-ojai-ca-2018
September 22, 4pm: Bowlful of Blues at Libbey Bowl libbeybowl.org/event/25th-bowlful-of-blues/
SEPTEMBER EVENTS AT OJAI RETREAT
September 9, 11am-2pm: Monthly Devotional with Rev. Karen Wylie ‘Tapping into the Eternal You!’ Come share insights, inner reflection, meditation, quiet walks, sacred songs and visions for peace and love on the planet. For details contact Rev. Karen Wylie at 310-968-8928. Love offering: $20 suggested. Organized by Rev. Karen Wylie.
September 12, 7pm: Simon Lewis, TED TALK SPEAKER, film and television producer and author, will be giving a special presentation on ‘Where Science meets Spirit’. Simon survived a catastrophic car accident and near death experience, and wrote a memoir called Rise & Shine using his personal story to illustrate deep and universal insights about consciousness. Born in London, Simon earned a law degree from Christ’s College Cambridge and Boalt Hall, Berkeley, when he moved to Los Angeles. His Hollywood experience includes managing writers, directors and stars, as well as producing Look Who’s Talking, critically acclaimed films such as The Chocolate War, the Emmy-winning international co-production for HBO and ITV Central A Month of Sundays (Age Old Friends), and variety specials starring Howie Mandel. This is a fundraising event to benefit The Ojai Retreat’s cultural programs and Simon Lewis’s writings. Suggested donation $15-$25. Simon Lewis will be available for personal meetings the following day (September 13).
September 17, 7pm: One of the greatest artists of our times, Kamran Khavarani, the father of Abstract Romanticism will present his paintings and give a talk on “What Is Art and What Is The Opposite Of Art?” At 8pm Professor M. Mozayeni, Professor at State University of New York, New Paltz will then give a talk on “Three Empirical Studies Of Meditative Effect Of Khavarani’s Painting Style: An Application In Healthcare” followed by a Q&A–Paintings by Kamran Khavarani will be available for sale. Kamran will be available for personal discussion the following day–This is a fundraising event for The Ojai Retreat’s cultural programs. Suggested donation $15-$50.
September 30, 7pm: Talk by Sirena Pellarolo, PhD, on Early Tango Women. Multimedia presentation which will discuss gender ambiguity in early tango culture and the creation of the modern feminine in Argentina. This talk is organized by Pellarolo in cooperation with The Ojai Retreat Cultural Center.
Unless otherwise stated these events are organized by The Ojai Retreat and Education Center, a non-profit, public organization (501,c,3).