Meet the Soul Librarian, Karen Quance Jeske - Monday, July 31st at 6:30pm.  Can the books you read help you make more sense of your own life? Find out at a free program by Karen Quance Jeske on Monday, July 31 at 6:30 PM at Artisan Gallery 218 in West Des Moines’ historic Valley Junction.

 

Jeske will discuss, The Soul Reading Journal, a tool she created to mine books for their spiritual insights.
She will share how readers can use the journal to build more meaning into their lives by changing the way they read. According to Jeske, “stories are one of the best tools to help us tap into our reserves of inner wisdom.”

Jeske is a spiritual seeker and former professor with a PhD in sociology. She has completed a Prairie Fire spiritual formation program and has attended programs in Cont...emplative Leadership and Contemplative Dialogue. Jeske leads workshops and retreats and is the co-creator of a new adult faith formation curriculum at her
church.
 
Meet Karen Weir-Jimerson,  author of 'Slow Lane' -  Essays on the Wisdom and Wonder of Living in the Country. - Monday Aug 28th at 6:30pm.   Karen Weir-Jimerson is a magazine writer and book author who has been gardening since she was 8 years old (when she planted mint and learned the lesson of invasive plants). Karen lives in Florida and Iowa where she and her husband, Doug, raise perennials, annuals, containers, herbs, and vegetables.  She writes for gardening and lifestyle magazines including Better Homes and Gardens, Country Gardens, Country Home, Family Circle, Nature’s Garden, and many others.

Karen has written two books of essays about country life. Much of the content was originally published in her columns for Country Home and Country Gardens magazines.  Beaverdale Books will have copies of her books available for sale and signing. 


 

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