Through Landscapes: Meaning, Beauty, and Light

An exhibition of new works by Jennifer Murphy and Gayle Dempsey opens on June 16 and runs to July 22 at the Gibson Centre for Community, Arts and Culture, 63 Tupper Street West, Alliston, Ontario. The artists note that their work is “based on the landscape as a way to convey meaning, beauty, feeling, and…

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What’s Happening at the Summer Festival This Year?

“The Summer Festival [is] the time set aside for rejoicing in the freedom from the mundane activities and their enticement to the realm of mediocrity. It has always been one accelerating series of spiritual arousal and, consequently, the obvious altering of each and every one according to his or her state of resignation to the…

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And the Volunteer Achievement Award Goes to …

Joanna van der Bolt, for her many years of constancy and devotion in selecting and sharing Dr. Kenneth G. Mills’s golden nuggets, also known as the Daily Bijoux. A long-time student of Dr. Mills’s teachings, Joanna traveled from the Netherlands in 2018 to attend the Foundation’s Summer Festival of Light, Sound, and Peace in Canada.…

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A Profound Summer Festival of Light, Sound, and Peace

“The whole reason of a Summer School, and the whole purpose of our being together, is just to see how together Being IS. It is not particularly how together you are, but how together Being IS, so that all people will one day be able to feel that ebullience and to feel the spontaneity and…

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Join Us for an Easter Celebration!

On Saturday, April 20, 2019, Janet Butler will host an Easter gathering in the Library Room in Stouffville, Ontario. After guests arrive at 10:15 a.m., the celebration will begin at 10:30 with a video of a Spontaneous Unfoldment™ given by Dr. Kenneth G. Mills on March 26, 1989 (see more below). Lunch will be served…

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Be Inspired by These Transcendent Journeys

“Once upon a time in an ocean far, far away there lived a fast, flashy, fuchsia fish named Florissa. Since the day she was born all she wanted to do was to go beyond the watery world!” So begins this delightful story, written and illustrated by Victoria Friedman, with book design by Ellen Mann. Florissa…

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How to Inspire Young Music Students

Help us launch the Kenneth G. Mills Scholarship at the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation will match any amount (up to $25,000) that you donate. Once fully funded, this annual scholarship will provide support toward the realization of the dreams of talented young musicians…

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The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation Plans 2019 Events

The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation is making special plans for 2019! Please note the following dates on your calendar; more details will follow as the events draw closer. And stay alert for more surprise happenings not yet scheduled!   April 20: Easter Saturday Unfoldment and luncheon in the Library Room in Stouffville, Ontario – Please…

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Why do you break the ribbon?

  “The greatest point of the season is that it only takes a box (a limit), a piece of coloured paper to make it more palatable, and a ribbon to offer temptation. When you break the ribbon – why do you break the ribbon? Why do you take the paper away? Why do you throw…

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