Shalom Spirituality Center’s Fall Breakfast:
Fall Of Life To Spring Of Life
Presenter: Dana Koos, Shalom’s Development Director
Tuesday, September 19, 7:30am-8:30am
The community, religious communities, grandparents, and immediate family play important roles in the process of introducing spirituality to small children. Dana, mother of an almost-three-year-old, will share about her role as a new parent in this process, as well as what resources are available and best practices for launching a spiritual journey as a (both nuclear and extended) family.
Come welcome fall by joining us for a hearty, delicious breakfast complete with the wonderful comfort foods our kitchen always provides, socializing with old friends and new, and reflecting with Dana on the meaning of family! It’s worth getting up early!
REGISTER AND PREPAY BY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Dana Koos joined Shalom Spirituality Center in March 2016 as the Director of Development, which includes volunteer coordination. Dana is originally from Dubuque, IA. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Clarke University and a Master’s degree in Communication from the University of Dubuque. Dana is a member of the Women’s Leadership Network as well as the Association for Fundraising Professionals. She enjoys traveling, gardening, running, hiking, and boating on the Mississippi River.
About Shalom Spirituality Center:
1001 Davis Street
Dubuque, IA 52001
Offering classes, retreats, seminars, and workshops year-round
for the mind, body, & spirit!
Shalom Spirituality Center is founded in the Franciscan Tradition. Shalom is a sacred space in a peaceful environment offering hospitality and hope, inspiration and challenge, programs and privacy — calling people to God and to fullness of life.
Our restorative environment is ideal for prayer, reflection, mediation, contemplation, and discernment.
Open to everyone regardless of belief system or faith background!
Many retreats and programs require a specific offering and advanced registration in order to attend.