Topic: Southwest Light debut
In its community debut, the nonprofit Southwest Light & Learning Center will host the February "Alternative Monthly Movie" on Sunday, Feb. 28, beginning at 2 pm, at the Community Center in Pagosa Springs.
"Aerosol Crimes" is a 100-minute documentary by Clifford Carnicom of Santa Fe. Carnicom is considered by many to be the top expert on chemtrails. He created the film as the first documentary on scientific research on chemtrails, and has since pursued research on synthetic organisms found in chemtrails. Carnicom has a nonprofit research organization called Carnicom Institute.
Southwest Light & Learning Center is an extracurricular institute for higher awareness based in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Its purpose is to provide classes, seminars and retreats at low cost in order to help people adapt to change. With the downswing in the economy and instability increasing in our society, the nonprofit institute hopes to use local and regional resources -- including teachers, healers and independent thinkers -- to provide opportunities for people to learn about sustainable living, self-sufficiency and broaden community mindedness.
In addition to providing a diverse curriculum that focuses on the arts, plus healing and the environment, Southwest Light & Learning Center will serve as a focal point for those who offer therapy or services such as life coaching, massage therapy, transpersonal assistance, and more.
The learning center hopes to recruit teachers and facilitators for its first six-week session of classes beginning in March or April. The institute will host a two-day conference in May and September each year, and will offer seminars and retreats throughout the year. Both adults and children can benefit from what Southwest Light has to offer.
The kick-off event on Feb. 28 is the first of Southwest Light's "Alternative Monthly Movie" series, in which educational films will be shown, followed by discussion. These events are free and open to the public, with donations accepted to support Southwest Light & Learning Center. This first meeting will be followed by a potluck for those who wish to stay after the film and the discussion. Door prizes will be awarded at this kick-off event.
For more information, visit the Web site at www.southwestlight.org, or you may call director of Southwest Light, Ann Miller, at 970-731-0694.