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A gathering of all beings

On June 23, the Copernican Integration Center invites everyone to "A gathering of all beings" - a workshop on deep ecology, through which you will learn to look closely at the organisms living around you. The workshop is open to adults and children with adults.

The workshop is based, among other things, on exercises from the book , "Thinking Like a Mountain". The class will be led by Paulina Jeziorek, cultural studies and urban gardener, and Artur Kokorzycki, cultural animator.

During the workshop we will:

  • look at the area around the Edible Garden and the Copernican Integration Center,
  • perform exercises that will facilitate our encounter with different organisms and sensitize us to their needs,
  • try to sharpen our senses, activate our imagination with visualization,
  • make masks to form a circle called the "A gathering of all beings" and speak on behalf of each organism in the finale,
  • get into the pulsating rhythm of nature to the beat of the drum.

The meeting will take place from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the garden of the Copernican Integration Center. Participation is free, the number of places is limited. Registration is required: In case of inclement weather, the organizer reserves the right to cancel the event.

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Community garden open to guests

The Copernican Integration Centre invites you to join in cultivating an Edible Garden. Meetings are held on Tuesday afternoons and Fridays before noon.

KOI's Edible Garden is a community space open to anyone who wants to grow a vegetable, fruit or herb garden together. The garden beds are grown without chemicals, using natural methods, with care for the ecosystem. As a result, gardeners manage to grow healthy food. Learning together how to grow a sustainable and environmentally friendly garden yields not only fruits, vegetables and herbs, but also knowledge.

Those who are interested can join the meetings, which are held on Tuesdays (5:30-7:30pm) and Fridays (10am-12pm). On Fridays the garden can host classes, senior citizen groups and other organized groups. For more information and to sign up:

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