About two years ago I had the privilege of visiting Diana and her husband Michael at Innermost House. It was a unique experience and I made two good friends from my time with them.
Diana Lorence has three speaking engagements scheduled this month for the tiny-house and sustainable-living devotees in the East! This is exciting also because Diana is starting to speak to public audiences for the first time.
A while back I, Beth Homicz began a correspondence with Diana, who asked me to help her arrange for her to give a talk in my area — Lexington, Virginia, in the southern Shenandoah Valley. We have set the date for that talk, for Sunday, October 20. As it happens, however, she has been invited to speak even sooner to the distinguished Thoreau Society in Concord, Massachusetts and that talk will happen this Friday evening, October 11. There is also a talk scheduled for Sunday, October 13, at the historic First Church Somerville UCC in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Diana’s talks will focus on “Where I Lived and What I Lived For,” a theme she borrowed from a chapter in Thoreau’s classic Walden. So she won’t be discussing the nuts and bolts of tiny house building or planning, but rather the simple, mindful, contemplative life she and her husband created in their tiny cabin.
You Are Invited on October 11, 2013
To join the Thoreau Society of Concord, Massachusetts
for an evening of conversation with Diana Lorence
as she discusses her life at Innermost House
On Friday evening at seven-thirty o’clock
Thoreau Birth Farm, 341 Virginia Road, Concord, MA 01742
RSVP to Mr. Michael Frederick, Director
The Thoreau Society
(978) 369-5310, firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is generously sponsored by: The Thoreau Society,
The Walden Woods Project, Thoreau Farm,
and the Trancendentalism Council of First Parish
~presented free of charge~
There is information on all three talks and on their respective localities at http://www.innermosthouse.com/#/you-are-invited
If you would be interested in having Diana speak at an event in your area.
Diana’s talks are specially offered without fee to all religious, philanthropic, charitable and environmental associations.
Hosting a presentation is simple. Diana travels to all parts of the country and abroad. Please contact us here with the details of your situation, including your location and dates, your audience, venue, and special requests. We look forward to hearing from you!
Use this link to contact her: http://www.innermosthouse.com/#/you-are-invited/to-host-a-presentation