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New Schedule for AZIANDS 2020-2021

The Arizona Chapter of the International Association for Near Death Studies
(AZIANDS), a nonprofit organization for enabling near death and spiritually transformative experiences to be expressed, is changing its Guest Speaker Series schedule for this 2020-2021 season. This season, there will be three events that are online only, as well as four live events at St. Francis in the Foothills, in Tucson, which will also be streamed online.
   
“As the world has changed, so has AZIANDS. We recognize webinars and live streaming are a great help to keep organizations going through social isolation,” says Sue Ann Christenson, Steering Committee Co-chair. “Yet, we realize too, there’s nothing like the energy of a live event and want to continue the opportunity to seea speakers live. We liken this to going to a symphony or concert; the experience is enhanced with kindred spirits and the energy of the audience. We are excited to bring new and local voices to be heard and share their unique experiences.”
   
AZIANDS Guest Speaker Series takes place on the second Friday of each month. This season’s events will be held: October 9 (online only), November 13 (live and online), December 11 (online only), and in 2021, January 8 (live and online), February 12 (online only), March 12 (live and online) and April 8 (live and online).
   
All online event participants must register through IANDS Sharing Group Online at isgo.iands.org.

For more information, call 619-857-5744, email [email protected] or visit aziands.org
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