The phrase “round table” conjures up images of King Arthur and his knights or the Algonquin Round Table; a group of forward-thinkers who sat together and exchanged ideas and insights. Not to be confused with the legendary grandeur of King Arthur or the Algonquin; we have a round table of our own in the Secret Garden. And we also use it to gather around with small groups to exchange insights and foster community. Perhaps you have even had the chance to be a part of one of those groups, or have heard from someone who has.
It is important to us to provide a space, a container if you will, for co-creating. It’s a time for us to be receptive to others, to what is available for inspiration and support, from those both in and outside our circle. That is why you will see small round table events on our event announcements this year. We look forward to seeing you there!