Day of Healing 2007
Whisperingtree.net announces our first Day of Healing/ Day of Service event on Saturday, November 3rd, 2007.
The event will provide active duty and veteran military personnel access to complementary care healing practices. Acupuncture, Reiki and other Therapeutic Touch practitioners are donating their time in service for this event.
We know that these healing practices are effective and are being used today as part of integrative care in hospitals around the world. We want to do our part to help. We are grateful for the generous support of the practitioners, Young Living Essential Oils, and the Boulder Freemasons who are working to make a positive contribution for healing and wellness.
The Day of Healing/ Day of Service:
- When? Saturday, November 3rd, 2007, 10 am to 2 pm.
- Where? Boulder Masonic Lodge, 2205 Broadway, Boulder, Colorado.
NW Corner of Broadway and Pine, diagonally across from the Boulderado.
Directions to the Boulder Masonic Lodge
Coming from Louisville/Broomfield/Denver area:
Take US 36 (Boulder Turnpike) north/west to Boulder. Once you enter town, you will pass a traffic light at Colorado, Arapahoe, Canyon, etc. When you get to PEARL STREET, turn left, (west) towards the mountains. Stay on Pearl until you are forced to turn right because of the Pearl Street mall. Turn right and then curve to the left which will be Spruce street, a one-way street. Continue going west, stay on the right, until you get to Broadway (about 2 blocks or so). Turn right on Broadway. As soon as you pass the traffic light on PINE street (1 block), prepare to turn left into the driveway. The building is on the NW corner of Pine and Broadway. You will see a driveway parking lot entrance that slopes up on the left.
Coming from Ft. Collins/Loveland/Longmont/Niwot:
Take Hwy 287 to Hwy 119 (Ken Pratt/Diagonal) south towards Boulder. Get off on Iris/Diagonal (exit follows the traffic light on Jay), turn right and head west on Iris towards the mountains. You will pass 28th street, Folsom, 20th street, etc. Iris ends at Broadway. Turn left and head south on Broadway. You will pass the hospital on your right and several traffic lights. As soon as you pass Mapleton, prepare to turn right into a driveway that slopes up. If you pass Pine, you’ve gone too far.
The building is a large 2 story white building on the corner of Pine and Broadway.