OSLU Seminars –January 28th and 29th

Posted: January 24, 2017 in Uncategorized
What will you do during an emergency if there is no doctor, no pharmacy or no vet for your animals?
How do you make parched corn and pemmican, the original survival foods used by Daniel Boone?
Can you improve your health with essential oils, herbs, or simply by eating the right food?
Is Solar Power right for you? What other alternative energy sources are there?
What about communications? You’ve heard about HAM radio and want to get started…
What over the counter drugs will replace your prescriptions?
Which long term storage food is really best? Freeze dried, canned, dehydrated or something else?
Come and learn with us this weekend at Ozarks Self Reliant Living University FREE Seminars  January 28 and 29
The 28th, Saturday at Sacred Heart  Catholic Church in Thayer, Missouri 
The 29th, Sunday at the Next Step 7th Day Adventist Church in West Plains, Missouri 
9 am to 5pm both days, speakers will cover  disaster preparedness, homesteading, gardening, emergency medical care when doctors are not available, wilderness survival, long term food storage, essential oils, emergency veterinarian care and other topics.
For more information or to RSVP for this family friendly event call 417 264 2435.
LOCATIONS AND DIRECTIONS
Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Thayer, Saturday. Enter Thayer on highway 63 if coming from West Plains and turn right at the second stop light. You’ll see Casey’s and Dairy Queen on your right. This is West 142. Continue driving west  past the old motel and the Methodist Church. When you see the signs directing you to Thayer Airport turn left and follow them. Turn right when you see the sign for Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Next Step 7th Day Adventist Church  is on north Highway 63 across the street from Richards School. It has a very large sign and will have a banner at the driveway. There is an old racetrack on the church property many remember from the sustainable living festival they host.
Our thanks to both Next Step and Sacred Heart for allowing us to use their facilities.
 
SPEAKERS AND SCHEDULE
SATURDAY
9 AM         Dave Lohr Mountain Man, survival
in the wilderness, making pemmican
and paerched corn
10 AM       Francine Frank author and
animal care expert, caring for
pets and livestock
11 AM       Allen Busick Preparedness 101
featured on  National Geographics Doomsday Preppers
NOON       lunch
1 pm            Jessica Baker Essential Oils for
medical usage and for health
2 pm          Mary Price, RN, When there is
no Pharmacy or Doctor
3 pm          John Price, HAM Radio
                  Communications
4 pm          Panel Discussion by All
Speakers, Questions from the audience
 
SUNDAY
9 am          Robin Gilbert, Medical Missionary,
foods that heal and natural cures
10 am        Dr. Mobley, Medical Care When No Doctor is Available
11 am        Craig Wiles, Solar Power and
alternative energy, Craig has put
hundreds of houses off the grid
1 pm          Dawn McPherson Medical Herbalist,
healing with herbs
 2 pm         Dave Doughtery,  author, history
professor, Army Intelligence Officer,
Killing the Beast, Reclaiming Your Rights and Country
3 pm          Doreen Hannes The Truth Farmer,
Healing Power of Cannabis
4 pm          Tony Piche, Down to Earth
Foods, Long term food storage
5 pm          Panel Discussion by All Speakers,
Questions from audience
 
VENDORS AND SPECIAL GUESTS
Several of our speakers have products that will be for sale on tables. Also some local authors of preparedness, homestead and self reliance books will have books available for autographs and purchase
 
HISTORY OF THE EVENT
This is year 8 of OSLU founded by the late Debbie Slack who felt a mssion to teach  homesteading skills and did so freely for years. She always hosted the two day special event in January and her family continues her tradition.
LUNCH
Lunch on Saturday is soup and sandwiches provided by friends of OSLU. Vegetarian friendly with a gluten free option, guaranteed to be delicious. Suggested four dollar donation.
Lunch on Sunday provided by the ladies of the church has a baked potato with all the fixings and a dinner roll for a suggested four dollar donation OR  a full meal consisting of vegetarian meat loaf, baked potato with fixings, salad bar, dinner role, dessert for $7. Homemade and delicious.
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