Grey Area Thinking, with Guest Speaker: Ellie Krug

Our guest speaker, Ellie Krug, will speak about Grey Area Thinking: How to Welcome and Accept Diverse Humans. She will talk about inclusivity, empathy, and compassion, as well as difference. How can we better connect across commonality and difference? As a transgender woman, she has a deep understanding of how to welcome all, and how to build trusting relationships across difference. 



Concert: Michael Monroe

For today's program, we are pleased to welcome back multi-instrumentalist Michael Monroe for a live performance. Michael has been performing and composing original music for four decades and makes his home in a solar powered cabin in Grand Marais. Among his many handcrafted guitars are some that were hewn from wood salvaged from the bottom of Lake Superior.

About his style, from his website:


Indigenous Language Revitalization, with Guest Speaker Laura Red Eagle

Lake Fellowship welcomes Guest Speaker Laura Red Eagle to present a program about indigenous language revitalization, how it started, and what is being done. Laura is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, which have traditional lands that go from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois, and she has been learning and teaching the Ho-Chunk language in the Madison, WI area. More info to come.