Jan. 21 – “A Stagecoach Too: The unglamorous experience of early road travel!” – Discover what it was like to journey by stagecoach in the early days of Minnesota road travel. Join hosts Amanda Seim and Brittany Johnson (Director of the Douglas County Historical Society) as they paint a picture of what it was like to travel by stagecoach as well as what it took to operate a stagecoach stop.
Besides costing time and money, conflict takes a toll on the relationships, morale, or productivity in businesses and organizations.
Join Mediator Sherry Bruckner for a live on-line class and learn to:
Distinguish observation from evaluation.
Offer space to create ideas for resolution.
Be clear in expectations and requests.
For the class to be most valuable, please attend Peace Building 101 (offered the first Tuesday of each month) prior to Peace Building 301.
“Canoes: Minnesota’s earliest roads were waterways!” – Before highway mile markers, travelers used to measure their trip by portages – where they had to carry their canoes and packs over land to the next river or lake. Join host Kaci Johnson (Director of Communications and Programming at the Legacy of the Lakes Museum) and Amanda Seim as we explore what travel was like on the water.
Do disagreements in your relationship ever lead to to silence, shutting down, or word-slinging?
Join civil and family mediator Sherry Bruckner for a live on-line class and learn to:
Approach conversations with compassion.
Maintain curiosity to determine needs.
Speak with clarity and confidence.
Please note classes are typically $147.77 per hour. No code required for reduced rate.
“One Shoe: The original mode of transportation – foot travel!” – We’ve all heard the stories, “uphill both ways during a blizzard”, but what was it really like? Walking used to be an everyday part of life, from mailing a letter to going fishing – learn more about early local foot travel with host Amanda Seim (Executive Director of the Runestone Museum Foundation).
Looking to create more peace in your life?
Join civil and family mediator Sherry Bruckner for a live on-line class, Peace Building 101, and
~learn to decide what each moment means;
~identify the connection between feelings and needs; and
~practice basic non-violent communication (nvc) skills.
You may attend for Free in 2021 with code Peace42021