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Zenergy World Peace Concert

Zenergy World Peace Concert: Karen Hunter, Damien Binder, Mahinarangi Tocker, Michele A'Court, Edwina Thorne

Hi there

September 11th carries the weight of notoriety on its shoulders.

Rather than dwell on that tragedy the Temple and facilitation group, Zenergy, wish to honour World Peace as a concept by staging an intimate gathering on Thursday September 11th which will feature local artists with a conscience and the courage to voice their convictions.

Tickets are now on sale for this fabulous and very special show featuring:

Michele A'Court

Karen Hunter (

Mahinarangi Tocker (

Damien Binder (

Edwina Thorne

$20. Tickets limited to 40 - guaranteed seat. Smokefree. Please contact the Temple or 377-4866 if you wish to purchase tickets.

What would it mean to live in a peaceful world? Would it be a world where everyone smiled 100% of the time, or is it more realistic to expect a world where people speak their minds, have the courage to disagree and the time and patience to pursue non-violet means of conflict resolution.

Zenergy is a co-operative group of facilitators and coaches all trained in the same leading edge co-operative ways of working. Our vision is Whole people co-operating in a sustainable world. We also train others in the skills of facilitation, coaching and effective meetings in Australia and New Zealand

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