Songs for all Seasons: Earth, Community, and Soul with Liz Rog (Saturday)


Come sing with Liz Rog, in an in-person, one or two-day session.


Date: August 13, 2022

9 am – 12:00 pm; then 2:00 – 5:00 pm CST

Skill Level:  All levels, including those with no experience

Early-bird Registration Fee (by July 22):  $80

After July 22: $90

This class is for Saturday registration only.  If you would like to register for Sunday as well. please see:

We need songs and songs need us, and there are perfect songs for times such as this. They are simple, meaningful, & powerful songs that you can learn easily and then carry with you through your days: songs to call and sing to a friend who’s lonely, sad, grieving; songs to comfort, to inspire, encourage; songs to sing to the trees and the creatures; songs for gratitude and joy.

Our ancestors knew that when we join our voices in song, something opens in the center that can hold us all. This is the fertile ground of community, and we can become the ancestors who can pass such a gift to our descendants!

Whether you’ve always loved to sing or always WANTED to sing, your voice is welcome here!

Materials fee: (To be collected directly from students by instructor in class):  none

Liz Rog is a songleader in the global Ubuntu tradition which welcomes all voices to weave songs and community. Liz delights in helping people rediscover their ancestral birthright of group singing. She lives in the Driftless of Northeast Iowa and enjoys traveling to other towns and regions to help in the re-seeding of the earth with songs for renewal.

To know more about Liz and her work, you can read this Real Small Towns article, written by Annie Zylstra – “Singing as Breath and Food.”: