Sara Hickman's eNewsletter


This has been a hard week, a cruel week. People all
over the world are continuing to suffer, and now
another senseless, violent attack in the U.S., as
well. Do not lose sight of your perfect role in all of
this. Keep your connections, keep the dialogue open.
Do not discount that your interactions with family,
friends and your community do, indeed, build more
love, more peace, more sacredness. Keep believing that
there is a greater good within humankind.

Come out and shed some tears, or share a hug. Whatever
you need, it will be here for the taking.

Wednesday, April 10-June 10
Julie Dean will be having a photo exhibit that
includes a photo of my 8' x 10' mural of the Indian
god, Ganesh (this will also be included in her book on
Austin...more as that progresses)
Location: Austin Java at 12th and Lamar
Austin, TX

Friday, April 20
La Zona Rosa
Austin, TX
Benefit for Hope Alliance - to support their sexual
assault program
Official Event hours - 7pm (doors open at 6:30) - 11pm
Ticket price - $15 advance, $20 at the door

Saturday, April 21
11 am-Noon
Sunset Valley Farmers Market
It's the Earth Day celebration and Congressman Lloyd
Doggett will be there...come share your concerns!

Later that night, my Art Bra will be up for auction on
behalf of
the Breast Cancer Resource Center
A night of bold lines in art, jewelry, furniture and
art bras to support
from 6- 9 p.m. at the Design Center at Penn Field
Austin, TX

Sunday, April 22nd
4-5 pm
Love on the Lawn
1000 South First Street
Austin, Texas 78704
BYOB, all ages, like a concert-in-the-park so bring a
lawn chair or blanket. Picnic baskets, puppies, and
children are welcome.

Monday, April 23-24
Writing session with Dan Workman
Houston, TX

Wednesday, April 25
Writing session with Billy Harvey

Thursday, April 26
7:oo pm-?
Umlauf Sculpture Garden
Austin, TX
My annual hand decorated art pottery will be up for
auction to support this amazing, unique garden of
sculptures by my East Texas State University
professor, Karl Umlauf's, father, Charles Umlauf. Come
walk the lovely grounds, eat fabulous food, bid on art
by local and national artists, enjoy dancing to a big
swing band!

Kambo Family Benefit

Benefit concert at The Nutty Brown Cafe on May 6th
2 pm-9/10 pm
To raise funds to help support the Kambo family
(See link to the story in the Austin American Statesman below.)
I will not be at this event, but I encourage everyone
to go and support this family by attending.

Sam Kambo is an LCRA employee that was in the process
of applying for US permanent resident status when he
was detained in October. He has been incarcerated
since then, and it is obviously taking an emotional
and financial toll on the family. Folks are trying to
raise funds to help support the family while the legal
proceedings move forward.
A number of bands will perform and there will be
a silent auction to raise funds for the family.

Forever sending peace,

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