We are looking for individuals that are interested in serving on the Day of Aliveness Committee. Committee meetings will begin in June 2017 and end two weeks after the event.
The 4th annual Lark’s Song Day of Aliveness is all about fulfillment, flourishing, and well-being in our community. Research shows that people whose lives are marked by holistic well-being are able to meet some of the worlds most complex needs through resourceful and creative problem-solving. All of the events and programs offered through the Day of Aliveness have been co-created by members of the Lark's Song team and our community so there is something for everyone.
We will educate and empower participants to higher levels of flourishing by offering programs and activities aimed at developing positive emotion, relationships, engagement, meaning, and achievement.
The Day of Aliveness will be held on September 9, 2017 in downtown Marion, Indiana. There will be collaborative events and activities in downtown Marion hosted by Lark's Song and other organizations committed to fulfillment, flourishing, and well-being in our community.
Donations are appreciated and all funds raised on the Day of Aliveness will go toward the LSCC Scholarship Fund for a Grant County recipient.