Evenings are open to local people who are unable to attend the full week. For £25 (including supper) a guest facilitator will demonstrate a particular topic (often with audience participation) related to Alfred Adler. Or it may be an evening of fun.
Saturday Evening: A welcome from the team and a chance to meet fellow participants in a fun exercise "Similarities and Differences"
Opening Ceremony led by Unity
Alex Marsden presents
Self others and the world – how separate are we?
followed by a Social Evening in the bar or round the campfire. All welcome. If anyone wants to offer a session of quiet relaxation or a 'Knit and natter' craft group or indeed get going with the choir this will be the time to get started.
Monday night is Auction night.
This is a fun evening to raise funds for bursaries for future Summer Schools. Participants are asked to bring along a gift for this such as a bottle of wine - a plant - an item of craftwork - an unwanted present - a service i.e. an Indian Head Massage - a Reflexology session etc. The evening is usually most entertaining and an ideal opportunity of meeting others from different workshops.
We receive many donations and a silent auction is held during the week for items not entered into the Auction.
Tuesday: A free evening to join the young people in an evening of music and dance or for those not up to it, conversation round the fire pit. Weather permitting
Wednesday: Guest Speaker Betty Hemingway
Life Coaching with Betty - a demonstration
On Thursday evening
The 26th Adlerian Theatre Company
with all the community coming together for fun, frolics and frivolity
followed by the Closing Ceremony