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Creative 360 Launches Living with Animals Series

Creative 360 Launches Living with Animals Series

Creative 360, Midland’s grass roots arts and wellness organization, is excited to launch a brand new program this year.  Living with Animals: Celebrating All Creatures Great & Small is a new special event series sponsored by Midlanders Andy and Donna Rapp that features classes, lectures, workshops, films and other special events centered on our special relationship with the earth’s creatures.

The first event in the series brings animal intuitive Julie Hirt to Midland on Wednesday, November 9th for the program Animal Communication: A Spiritual Path. Hirt, a graduate of the Danielle McKinnon School and a certified Soul Level Animal Communicator, helps animals share their important messages with their human partners.

“We are very excited to bring Julie Hirt to Creative 360,” said Executive Director Laura Vosejpka. “The first time I talked to her over the phone I could tell she was someone very special and that she had something very important to share with animal lovers everywhere.”

Midlanders and Creative 360 supporters Andy and Donna Rapp reached out to the arts, humanities and wellness non-profit this summer to discuss sponsoring the new series.  The Rapps wanted to not only share their love for animals, but to create opportunities for the community to celebrate the ways that animals enrich every aspect of our lives.

“Andy and Donna are passionate about this topic and we are honored and excited to work with them to bring a variety of programs and experiences to the community,” said Program Director Colleen Reed. “We are exploring some very unique opportunities for Midland to celebrate all animals.”

All proceeds from the event, which has a $10 admission charge, will go directly to The Humane Society of Midland County.  Their board will be onsite to share information about their work.

Animal Communication: A Spiritual Path is scheduled for Wednesday, November 9 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at Creative 360’s Bayliss Street Gallery. Admission is $10 with all proceeds going to the HSOMC. You can purchase tickets online at or by calling the arts center at 989-837-1885.

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