Programs

All programs may be customized and adapted for audiences of any age and ability based on your specific requests. The programs listed below are simply a guide. 

Meet the Lion and Lamb 

This first visit to The Lion and Lamb provides an opportunity to see and hear about our vision for peace. It can be a presentation or an informal conversation about our mission, our resources, our programs and the center, followed by time to browse the literature collection, the displayed visual art and sculptures in the center as well as the Honda Outdoor Sculpture Garden. A presentation can also include music and literature if requested.

I Choose Peace

In sessions that incorporate a picture book to provide a foundation for conversation, themes of peace are addressed through literature, art, music and object lessons. Themes of peace include, but are not limited to: kindness and respect, justice and equality, cultural understanding, appreciating diversity, resolving conflicts without violence, addressing prejudice and bullying, seeing from new perspectives, etc.

Global Connections

International students attending Bluffton University will share about their country and culture followed by time to respond to questions. This program is offered contingent on the availability of students and their schedules.

Got Culture?!

This multicultural session incorporates literature, music, art, languages, clothing to try on, food to taste and other fun props to present an opportunity for participants to experience different cultures.

Follow the Peace Arts Trail

A walking tour around campus will include observing and discussing many sculptures that reflect broad dimensions of peace as well as the need for peace.

Contact the center to explore other possibilities. 

Additional information:

      • The center is open for visits by groups and individuals.
      • Programs at the center are free of charge. 
      • Consideration will be given for in-school sessions on a limited basis. 
      • Ideal group size is 25 students or fewer. Larger groups can be divided into smaller, simultaneous sessions if volunteer staff is available.