October 3 – Monday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Presenter: Karen Kappell, FSPA
Paper Transformed: Imagine tiny threads of color vibrating from the paint source. That is what
water webbing has to offer. It is a beautiful delicate effect and a soft method touse with watercolor paintings. We will learn this technique which works especially with a creation of background with watercolors. Bring watercolors, a stretched half-sheet of stretched watercolor paper, photos of flora, and a spray bottle with a soft mister. Fee: $30.00. Bring a lunch. Register by Monday, September 26.

October 3 – Monday
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Holy Family Church
All “Francisciscans in heart” are invited to this prayer and social time celebrating St. Francis’ passing from
death to full life.

October 4 – Tuesday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Presenter: Karen Kappell, FSPA
After altering rice paper with watercolors or using already altered papers (provided), we will create a
collage which could be further enhanced with watercolors or fluid acrylics. Landscapes or abstracts are a
good subject for this project. Papers for the collage must be glued on either a canvas board, stretched watercolor sheet, or other surface that will not warp when wet. Please bring that board or watercolor paper and watercolor supplies. Fee: $30.00. Bring a lunch. Register byMonday, September 26.

October 5 – Wednesday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Presenter: Karen Kappell, FSPA
Using gouache and watercolor, we will create landscape or waterscape paintings with a focus on atmospheric changes such as a misty early morning, fog rising off a lake, or clearing after arain. Bring your photos of these light effects and we will focus on paintings that capture the feeling of the day.
Bring watercolor supplies and a stretched watercolor sheet of 140# paper. Fee: $30.00. Bring a lunch,
Register by Tuesday, September 27.

October 6 – Thursday
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Presenter: Pat Pintens
God asks us challenging questions: “Where are you?” “What do you want me to do for you?” The right answers to the questions God asks us lie deep within us. Let us take some time to listen to some of God’s questions and our possible answers. Suggested offering $10.00.

October 7 – Friday
10:00-11:30 a.m.
Guide: Ann Egan
Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Manitowish Waters, recently completed installation of new, stainedglass
windows of Mary, our Blessed Mother. In 2010, nine, side-wall windows, each an image of a Madonna from around the world, were installed. They reflect the Marian devotion found in the various nationalities of
those who worship there. In 2015, the peak window was installed, a uniquely designed Madonna and Child and a culminating tribute to Our Lady Queen of Peace. Together, the windows are enduring signs of the congregation’s devotion to Mary and a symbol of hope for peace in the world. You are invited to go directly to the Church by 10:00 or be at Marywood to carpool by 9:45. Our Lady Queen of Peace Church is located at 5610 Hwy 51 S, the juncture of Birch Hill Road and Hwy 51. Besides learning more about this stained glass tribute to Mary by Ann Egan, we will pray the rosary and enjoy some refreshments. Contact person – Marla Lang, FSPA; to register, call 715-385-3750. Suggested offering $10.00.

FRIENDS OF GOD AND PROPHETS The Biblical Foundations of Friendship
October 14-15, 2016
Friday – 6:30-8:30 p.m. – Saturday – 9:00-11:00 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Laurie Brink, O.P., Ph.D.
“Friends of God and Prophets: The Biblical Foundations of Friendship” makes two extraordinary claims: that our life’s ultimate goal is friendship with God and that the Scriptures provide the roadmap. Friendship with
God is a gift of Holy Wisdom (Wis 7:27). God speaks to Moses face to face as one speaks to a friend (Exod
33:11). And most striking of all these biblical examples, Jesus calls his own disciples “friends” (John 15:15). This program engages a dynamic process that integrates personal experience with biblical study in order to trace the emerging theology of friendship in the Scriptures and to show us how we can become “friends of God and prophets.” $30.00 includes all three sessions. Register by Friday, October 7.

October 19 – Wednesday
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Presenter: Marla Lang, FSPA
With the swelling number of new seniors, how can children and youth experience the elders’ spiritual wisdom? Join us as we examine practical ways to foster such relationships with the grandchildren’s generations. Suggested offering $10.00.

October 20 – Thursday
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Presenters: Dick and Naomi Brusehoff
God’s deepest desire is for the health and wholeness of all of the beloved creation. Come and experience various prayer forms while stringing a set of greening beads that can be used in prayer. The prayer beads can help connect with and pray for each other, strengthen our prayer lives, and keep us attuned to God’s world. Suggested offering $10.00.

October 20 – Thursday
3:00-6:30 p.m.
Presenter: Julia Walsh, FSPA
During the harvest season, we’ll pause and embrace the sacredness of food in community. This 3-part series will include Biblical input centered on the themes of transformation, sustainabilityand Gospel living, in order to gain more mindfulness about how to be in right relationship with food, Earth and others. Our time will close with prayerfully cooking and consuming a meal together. Suggested offering $20.00. Register by Friday, October 14.

Friday, October 21 – 7:00 p.m.– Sunday, October 23 – 11:30 a.m.
Presenter: Julia Walsh, FSPA
This weekend hiking retreat will consist of prayer centered on journeying with Jesus, The Way. As disciples of
The Way we will be nourished by time in nature, communal meals, Biblical input, and evening campfires. Residents $215.00 includes a private room in a shared cabin and all needs. Commuters $165.00. Register by Friday, October 7.

October 25 – Tuesday
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presenter: Pat Pintens
Looking for the ‘perfect gift’? A blessing basket could be the ‘perfect gift’ for someone special, a relative, friend, neighbor, co-worker, etc., for any occasion or circumstance. Bring a small basket (about 6 to 8 inch diameter, oblong or square), and any used greeting cards you would like to repurpose (cards will also be available at Marywood). Share in the fun of making a blessing basket. Suggested offering $15.00. Register by Friday, October 21.

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