Hello Exco Music Anarchy class participants,
Starting tomorrow, Monday March 10th, you will be joining those who have been participating in Music Anarchy-- a performance series that began in October of 2013. We will have access to the piano room (http://www.hclib.org/pub/info/meetingrooms/Details.cfm?ID=174) in the Minneapolis Central Library (300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401) right at 11am. I will also arrive right at or a few minutes before 11am. I am a very tall man with glasses and a large mustache and will most likely be wearing a red hat. When we enter the room, participants will set up quickly and begin playing. We will play for 40-45 minutes and the performance will be recorded (and later posted online here: 4gre.org/musicanarchy) Afterward there will be time to chat!
Looking forward to tomorrow's performance!
All the best,
Computer problems have listed this class as closed.
This is not correct.
Our Facebook Seminar is very OPEN.
Join the approximately 50 people already signed up for this Facebook Group.
When we reach critical mass of 100 people ready to discuss safeguards for life-ending decisions,
we will begin.
James Park, EXCO facilitator.
Organ Donation After Execution
illustrates the openness of the Experimental Community of the Twin Cities.
There might be only a few people who would even consider this,
but it shows that even far-out classes can be offered.
There are already 106 people on the Facebook Page
that is discussing this book one chapter per month.
And newcomers are welcome to join at any time.
If and when you join during 2014,
you can read and comment on chapters already presented.
Minnesota does not have the death penalty,
but this is a world-wide discussion group.
If the EXCO listing for this class still says "closed" this is a computer error.
This EXCO class and the Facebook Seminar are very open for new people.
If the EXCO computer will not allow you to click to join,
you can go directly to our Facebook Group, linked above.
What other people do you know (anywhere on Earth)
who believe in the right-to-die with careful safeguards?
Invite them also to become involved in this forward-looking movement
to improve the process of dying.
James Park, EXCO facilitator