Celebrating 20+ years as an Earth Literacy Center

Music Jam, Saturday, March 28, 7 - 10pm

Narrow Ridge invites our friends and neighbors to join us for our open music jam on Saturday, March 28 from 7 to 10 pm at 1936 Liberty Hill Rd. If the weather permits we will meet at our outdoor stage just up the road from our Mac Smith Resource Center. Otherwise we will meet in the Mac Smith Resource Center. Guests are invited to share their talents in a forum that provides equal time to all who wish to participate. Our music gatherings are always a great way to get to know our neighbors and to witness first hand the amazing talent that exists here in our beautiful valley home. This a non-alcoholic event, that is free and open to all ages. Bring your friends, family, blanket or lawn chair (if outside), and good cheer. Contributions to the snack table are appreciated but not required (finger foods only, please). HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US! For more information contact Mitzi Wood-Von Mizener at 865-497-3603 or community@narrowridge.org.

Introducing the Narrow Ridge Labyrinth with Community Potluck Luncheon Sunday, March 29 12:30 -3:30 p.m.

Narrow Ridge is excited to share our newly constructed labyrinth. We invite you to join us for a potluck luncheon on Sunday, March 29 at 12:30 pm followed by a brief overview of the spiritual practice of meditative labyrinths as well as an opportunity to be among the first to walk our beautiful labyrinth, adorned with native stone and sheltered among the trees. For more information contact Mitzi at 865-497-3603 or community@narrowridge.org.

Vision Fast 2015 at Narrow Ridge

Why would you willingly put yourself into the middle of a mountain wilderness, alone with a minimum of shelter and no food for three days and nights?  For as far back as we can imagine human beings have sought out just such circumstances, often i times of transition, to see guidance, inspiration, and a deeper connection with the sacred.

Almost every culture on earth has traditions involving initiations or rites in the natural world: the Walkabouts of the Australian Aborigines, the quest of the Native Americans, the Himalayan cave for the yogi.  Jesus, the Buddha as well as Mohammad, all made their pilgrimages into the wilderness.

The Vision Fast at narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center returns you to Earth as the original source and teacher.  This can be one of the most powerful, life changing experiences of your life. . .