Looking to be inspired? The Highlands Center offers writing, art, and naturalist workshops throughout the four seasons.

Sense of Place

Reinvigorate your Sense of Place in the Highlands of Arizona with this three-part workshop. Now, more than ever, we are craving connection – with each other and with the natural world. Developing a Sense of Place is on-going. Whether you just moved to the area, or you have been around for decades, tune into the Central Highlands and re-center. This workshop will consist of guided reading and reflection, relaxing activities intended to deepen connection, and community building around this awe-inspiring Place.

Where: Highlands Center for Natural History (1375 South Walker Road)

When: September 25th, October 2nd and October 9th from 9am-11am

Cost: $45 for members, $50 for nonmembers.
Due to COVID-19 all education programming will be outside. Prepare to be comfortable outside, expect to practice physical distancing, and masks are required.

About Our Presenter

Sarah Vincent is the Education Director at the Highlands Center for Natural History. She has a BS in Earth Science from George Mason University and a Masters in Education from Prescott College. She feels particularly connected to the Central Highlands when there is a bluebird near.

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