Award-Winning Author Partners with BlakeSt to Stage Creativity and Innovation Workshop for ‘Dreamers’ May 3-4, 2019

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‘Dreameroo’ Events to Feature Music, Training, Books, and Dance in Bentonville, Ark.

“Dreaming as a daily practice will super-charge creativity and productivity in any field or endeavor,” said Jan Bozarth, founder of Dreameroo. “We can learn to treat dreams as valuable landscapes filled with important insights."

‘Dreameroo’ Events to Feature Music, Training, Books, and Dance in Bentonville, Ark.

WHAT: Author and entertainment producer Jan Bozarth, in partnership with Bentonville’s BlakeSt, a new social club with a focus on wellness, will present a series of creativity and innovation workshops, dubbed Dreameroo. Event website is here: https://www.dreameroo.com/.

WHEN:
The first workshop, “The Power of Two Dream Books,” is Friday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to noon
The second workshop, “Wear Your Dream,” is Friday, May 3 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Dreamer's Ball is Saturday, May 4 from 9 p.m. to midnight

WHY: The purpose of the series, Bozarth says, is for attendees – adults 21+ -- to “silence the inner critic, un-gate the senses and discover your most cherished dreams.” Through her innovative workshop-teaching style, Bozarth will inspire attendees to use dreams to nurture their creativity. Bozarth says dreaming and imagining lead to creativity, “the top skill for innovation, transformation and growth.”

BlakeSt partnered with Bozarth because the process of finding your “one true dream” is a component of everyone’s personal wellness journey.

A video about the Dreameroo event is located here: https://youtu.be/kp0hsj7-8Cc.

WHO: Bozarth, the creator of Dreameroo, is an award-winning entertainment writer/producer, author of The Fairy Godmother Academy series (Random House) and the young adult fiction series, Coded4Greatness, to be released in 2020.

Bozarth also is an expert on dream theory and a practitioner of lucid dreaming. A student of Jungian Dream work, she has mentored dreamers for decades and has turned her findings into a new non-fiction book, Thirty Days to Dream, to be released in 2020.

“Dreaming as a daily practice will super-charge creativity and productivity in any field or endeavor,” she said. “We can learn to treat dreams as valuable landscapes filled with important insights. Clearing cognitive dissonance and realigning our passion with mission brings about personal and global change, and frees us to create the future.”

WORKSHOP TICKETS: $10 per person for each workshop.
Buy tickets to the first workshop “The Power of Two Dream Books” here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dreameroo-workshop-the-power-of-two-dream-books-tickets-60212607530.”
Buy tickets for the second workshop “Wear Your Dream” here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dreameroo-workshop-wear-your-dream-tickets-60213905412.

WHERE: The two Dreameroo workshops will be held at the House of Songs Ozarks, a restored Victorian manse and center for musicians, located in downtown Bentonville, at 508 SE C St., Bentonville. The Dreamer’s Ball will be held at Record, a modern events space, also in downtown Bentonville, at 104 SW A St.

DREAMER’S BALL: The Dreamer’s Ball on May 4 is open to the public and is a spectacle-rich dance party. There will be a real-time Dream fashion show, dancing with DJ and gypsy violinist, Govinda, and other lose-your-inhibitions activities. Expressive attire is encouraged. Glow painting is offered to those who wear white and arrive between 8-9pm. Glow in the dark face painting is also available. Tickets for the ball are $25 per person through https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dreamers-ball-presented-by-dreameroo-tickets-60205806187.

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