Below you’ll find the latest schedule for our upcoming online events. For local (in-person) offerings visit here.

All conversations and discussions are on Zoom here.

Also, directly below is a Google Calendar that includes Gaian events and holidays, the moon phases, and celestial events (last courtesy of the New York Times space calendar). For local Gaian Guild events, visit this page.

Note: events are displayed in Eastern Time (but will adjust if you import this calendar). You can do that by clicking the + at the bottom right of the calendar (near “Google Calendar”).

New Moon Fast (6/28)

Fast for your body, mind, and spirit, and to connect to Earth’s cycles. Learn more here.

More quotations from Walden abound than rocks in this pile. (At least it feels that way.)

July Discussion: Walden (7/6 at 7pm ET)

A discussion of Henry David Thoreau’s Walden. We’ve all heard many great quotes from this classic, but how many of us have actually read it? You can get a copy of Walden from your local library (including audio versions). This is a good book to listen to while taking a long hike!  

Full Moon Fast (7/13)

Fast for your body, mind, and spirit, and to connect to Earth’s cycles. Learn more here.

July Gaian Conversation (Time TBD)

Let’s talk nukes, their threat, and what we can do about them (briefly) and then write some letters to our elected leaders together. Third week in July. Fill out the doodle poll here if you’d like to join. Recommended reading: Nukes are Environmentalists’ Problems Too and Questions at the End of the Nuclear Age.

New Moon Fast (7/28)

Fast for your body, mind, and spirit, and to connect to Earth’s cycles. Learn more here.

Earth Overshoot Day (7/28 at 7:30pm ET)

This year, Earth Overshoot Day falls on July 28th. I invite you to participate in a local service event, or organize your own. And then join us in the evening (7:30pm ET) for a meditation and discussion.

August Discussion: Connections (8/3 at 7pm ET)

John Mulrow will lead a discussion of episode 10 of James Burke’s Connections. This classic documentary series links ancient and recent history and should spark some great discussion.

August Conversation: Annual Planning Exercise (Time TBD)

Please join this important conversation when we determine events for 2022-2023, including possible structure changes. This will be the 3rd or 4th week of August. Please select all times that work for you in this doodle poll.

And Save the Date:

October Gaian Discussion: Commanding Hope with Thomas Homer-Dixon (10/4 at 7pm ET)

Professor Thomas Homer-Dixon will join us to discuss his book, Commanding Hope: The Power We Have to Renew the World.

Lost Species Day (11/30)

An annual memorial for the ongoing extinction crisis. Learn more here.