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Pilgrimage to Dr. Ann’s Birthplace

1 Comment 04 June 2012

Pilgrimage to Dr. Ann’s Birthplace

Dear Friends,

Dr. Ann
How would you like to visit Kruopiai, Lithuania, the hometown of Ann Wigmore? Would you be interested in meeting some of her relatives and friends, the very people Dr. Anngrew up with, before she immigrated to the United States?Having finally found Ann’s birthplace, an international group of friends and followers have been able to accurately reconstruct her history. To honor her worldwide contribution and legacy, they have planned a series of events this September 19 – 23, 2012 in Lithuania. The schedule will include official opening of the memorial sculpture and other Commemoration events, along with health lectures and site seeing, You may view more details at the special website:

Also, if any of you have met Dr. Ann, studied with her and would like to share your valuable memories or unique photos, please feel free to contact Petras Vainius at: He speaks both English and Lithuanian.

I am intrigued by the warm welcome that this event received from the Lithuanian medical community and personally from Dr. Prof. Algimantas Kirkutis, cardiologist and Dean of Klaipeda University Medical School.

There will be hundreds if not thousands of visitors from Europe, Russia, and other parts of the world participating in this event. If there will be enough interested people from USA, the organizers are planning to rent a couple of charter planes just for this trip. I imagine we will be served green smoothies and nori rolls while we fly!

Valya and I visited Lithuania last year and were impressed with the rich culture of this millennium-old country. We are looking forward to visit Lithuania again.

Please keep your eye on this website, there will be more details added as the time of the event approaches:


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  1. Kristina says:

    Hi folks…now with the drought, my garden is bust. Better luck next year!

    I am on a fixed income, don’t always have access to fresh organic greens. Thinking of drying wild greens with my Excalliber dryer..Can you think of any way I will be able to incorporate rehydrated raw greens into smoothies? (yum…) I don’t want to
    cook them. Also wondering about winter wild edibles. Doesn’t look too promising. Any thoughts? Thank you.

    I LOVE all you folks are doing to help us stay healthy!!! All the best, Kristina

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