Sunday, February 28, 2016

March Meeting

The NM UFO/Paranormal Forum Presents:
Michele Buchanan 
March 19, 2016 (Noon-2:30p.m.) 
North Domingo Baca Center ~ 7521 Carmel NE (Wyoming N of Paseo) Rm #4



Since our March meeting is just two days after St. Patrick’s Day, we thought a wee bit o’ Irish storytellin’ and Celtic lore was in order… 

Our speaker for March will be Michele Buchanan, a local author who is well-versed in Irish and Celtic mythology and who also plays the Celtic harp (not HAARP (; ) quite ethereally.

Michele grew up in Los Alamos, NM, and is now retired from a long career as a special education teacher in Albuquerque. After retiring, she immersed herself in learning to play the Celtic harp and performs harp and vocals at festivals and other events. She is also an avid sewer, quilter, and has won awards for her surface embroidery, as well as medieval and Renaissance clothing.  Michele has taught at Osher, Oasis, and the ABQ Historical Society, giving talks on the history of the Celtic harp, the history regarding CeltIberians, as well as Scottish foundations of the city of Albuquerque.  Her newly published book Scota's Harp examines the Egyptian connection to the Irish and Scottish culture. 


Varied paranormal experiences throughout life have taught her to have an open mind, for it is the anomalous exceptions to our belief systems that can lead us to a better understanding of why we’re here.  Michele will speak about Celtic mythology and the connections it has to the paranormal and what we consider to be alien or supernatural beings. Michele’s book will be available for purchase and signing at the meeting, or it can also be purchased online at Amazon at:  http://www.amazon.com/Scotas-Harp-Michele-Buchanan/dp/1940769469.

NM UFO/Paranormal Forum meetings are always free to everyone! 

1 comment:

  1. I've been to every larger venue in the town and this is one of the best. Their menu is small but at least they seem to do what they have on it well. The venues in Chicago have a variety of salads and sandwiches, and a fresh daily soup.

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