Anacortes, WA, October 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- CSIRI.org Director/CEO Andi Bowe celebrates her top ranking among American Executives with a Multicultural Day at the local Anacortes Library.
On Sunday, November 2nd, 2014, CSIRI.org Director/CEO Andi Bowe will host a Multicultural Day in the Circle Room at the local Anacortes Library.
In celebration of her award, she will be sharing some of her original poems and songs, playing music on keyboard, guitar, and her hand-carved healing flutes, and highlighting the work of some of CSIRI.org's featured artists.
Every month, CSIRI features artists, craftspeople, and musicians dedicated to healing the planet and ourselves with the gift of music and creative flow. The Director offers opportunities to perform community service hours while being given free counseling in domestic violence issues for problem teens and young adults. CSIRI will be launching its first "fun" raising campaign this December by giving workshops in native crafts such as beading, drumming, and flute carving with an opportunity for the public to participate by signing up at Multicultural Day, This event is free and open to the public from 2-4pm.
CSIRI.org will be conducting silent auctions and other activities in concert with other local businesses to raise funding for the establishment of a Living Her Story Museum in the Old Town Home built in 1925 by relatives who may have been Freemasons, according to hints found in the family crest with a pelican in her piety, a golden nest.
Research has also shown the family's descent from the same lineage that produced poets Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and John Greenleaf Whittier. There will be multimedia art and some of the many books by Andi Bowe now available on lulu.com, with links from csiri.org.