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Red Tent Gathering for Teens and Tweens

Red Tent Indy will host Honoring the Maiden, a women’s circle specifically for teens and tweens, in the yurt at White Pine Wilderness Academy from 1 to 3 p.m. on September 30.

Women of all ages are welcome to come and mothers are encouraged to bring their daughters for a sharing circle and discussion about healing the hurts of peer pressure, competition and jealousy that occur in society at such a young age. So often these experiences shape the psyche and even carry into adult life, in work relationships and community groups.

At this event, women will join together and discuss these topics, supporting each other and the youth towards compassion, sisterhood and empowerment. Women learn from listening to each other’s stories that are full of wisdom and emotion, and this provides understanding for their own journey.

Admission: $5 suggested minimum donation. Location: 841 W. 53rd St., Indianapolis. For more information, visit

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