Walks and Talks

Walky Talkies

Dyrehaven                  New walkers always welcome!

When:        Every Thursday at 10:30
Where:       We meet on the bridge over the railway by the “S” sign at                             Klampenborg Station. 
Contact:     If you would like to join us, please let one of our contact persons                   know so that they can look out for you:
                  Karen Dyvig: Karen on 3990 1278 kpdyvig@mail.tele.dk or
                  Jette Stenbjerre on 2081 9377 jettepagh@gmail.com

Walky Talkies is the regular Thursday walk in beautiful Dyrehaven, north of Copenhagen; easily reached by bus, S train or regional train. We believe that this is the longest established English-speaking walking group in the Deer Park, and we very much enjoy meeting up every week, rain or shine. We are a small group of about 4 to 8, who generally walk (and talk) for about 2 hours, then often stop in the Dyrehaven or Bakken for some refreshment afterwards. Well-behaved dogs on leads, babies in strollers and visiting friends and relations are also all very welcome.

Spiritual Exploration and Support - online

When: Mon, 20/3 and 17/4, 19:30
Where: Harriette’s in Copenhagen NV
Contact: Harriette Christensen (hdc.denmark@gmail.com)

We are exploring ways to develop healthy bodies, minds, and spirits  Some of the concepts we are working on are mindfulness, being in the now, detachment and dealing with anger, with such authors as Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer etc.

We are reading and discussing A Thousand Names of Joy, by Byron Katie. Come and join us for an inspiring and uplifting experience. (You are welcome without the book- you can certainly join in on the discussion.)

Book Group: Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan

When: Wed, 15/3 at 14:00
Where: Home of Lesley, 5 min walk from Amagerbro Metro, Buses 5C, 31 and 250S
RSVP: for current members only, a few days before to Lesley (lesley@webspeed.dk)
The book we will be discussing is Small Things Like these by the Irish author Claire Keegan. It is 1985 in a small Irish town. During the weeks leading up to Christmas, Bill Furlong, a coal merchant and family man, faces into his busiest season. Early one morning, while delivering an order to the local convent, Bill makes a discovery which forces him to confront both his past and the complicit silences of a town controlled by the church.

The Book Group is open for a few new members. Meetings usually take place in the daytime on weekdays. Interested in joining? Before attending a meeting, contact Lesley Jensen (lesley@webspeed.dk) for more information.











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