GRAND HAVEN, Mich. -- Sara Sanbourin will present a vision board workshop to the public Monday, October 7 at Loutit District Library.
A vision board is a visual representation of what a person would want to be, do and have in life. In this class, the student will experience how thoughts are a form of energy that help shape reality, understand how vision boards help focus on what their desire in life, and realize the importance of releasing self-limiting beliefs.
The student’s vision board can take the form of a collage or other unique visual form. It can be created digitally or with pictures collected from magazines. No art experience is necessary to create you’re a personal vision board, but registration is required.
The vision board workshop will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Program Room A. A $15 fee covers materials and must be paid at the time of registration. To register, stop by the public computing desk on the Library’s Lower Level.