Homecoming at No Man’s Land

Join us for the dedication of the Hope and Recovery Mosaic,

“It Takes Many Hands” and the re-dedication of the “Serenity Garden”

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September 15 , 2018 5-8 pm

An evening of Food, Music, Art and Community

Moving beyond diversity to inclusion, building community from the inside out, using art as the threshold.

We are excited to unveil new works, The Mosaic Circle and the Serenity Garden by our summer youth employment programs and our hope and recovery programs .  The work is deeply rooted in the concept of home, truth, testimony, reconciliation and personal stories of who we are for ourselves and for one another.  It invites us to join in the creation of a shared future history where each of us claims, one’s rightful place in the communities where we live, work, go to school, or visit.

King and Queen of the Hill

There are People in our lives who have dedicated their lives to building a better world for all of us.  This year we are honored to crown long time community activists Joe Rull  and Phyllis Corbitt as King and Queen of the Hill