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Intentional Living Couples Retreat

September 29th, 2016 by Grey Swan Inn



Weekend of  November 18, 2016

During our Saturday 4-hour Intentional Living Workshop you will explore yourself and your relationship with hands on exercises and thought provoking material. The program will help you discover deeper meaning and appreciation for your significant other and the life you lead together. This is not a lecture or counseling session. It will be a fun day of learning and application that will teach you how to live life by choice and not by chance!


About the Workshop Trainer – Certified Coach Donna Kunde

Donna Kunde is a woman of faith, wife, mom and retired Soldier whose passion is helping people find purpose and meaning in life. What she teaches are tried and true methods that can apply to any relationship. Donna’s training as a licensed and certified coach, speaker and teacher on the John Maxwell Team coupled with her military background makes her the perfect facilitator to help both military and nonmilitary couples cherish the now and embrace the future. She will help you figure out what’s most important to you and teach you how to keep what you value as your top priority. You will leave this intimate retreat feeling focused, refreshed and ready to live life on purpose!

Packages include:

  • Complete half day workshop with full color Intentional Living workbook for each participant
  • Two copies of the book Intentional Living by John C. Maxwell along with a digital copy (first 3 chapters) of the book emailed so you can start reading right away!
  • Right Life Balance Assessment to find out how balanced your current life is plus tips to add balance
  • Pre-Workshop bonus session: Harmony: How to make permanent change to bring inner peace and a
    more harmonious life (must book and pay by Nov 11 to qualify)
  • One or two Night stay at the Inn including a Luxurious Gift Basket and Delicious Gourmet Breakfasts
  • Fruit & Cheese tray at check in
  • Romantic Candlelight Dinner for 2 with intimate Marriage Vow Renewal Ceremony
  • Breakfast Bonus Session on Sunday morning
  • Light Refreshments throughout the training including fresh roasted coffee

Prices start at $350 per couple – Only 4 rooms available for overnight packages

Email The Grey Swan Inn for Complete Details!

Payment Plans Available



Blackstone’s Hometown Jams – First Concert of the Season

July 26th, 2013 by Grey Swan Inn

Blackstone’s Hometown Jams – First Concert of the Season

Be sure to check out Blackstone’s Hometown Jams tomorrow from 7 PM  to 10 PM!  The concert will feature live entertainment from SOUTHBOUND!  Admission is $5 for ages 13 years & up and $3 for children ages 3 to 12 or those with a military ID.  Click on the link above for a PDF version of the Hometown Jams flyer!

Also make sure you  stop by the ornament table and say hello to Christine & Jim!  We’ll be selling the newest collectible ornament commemorating Blackstone’s 125th Anniversary!  They are $20 and will look beautiful hanging on your tree in December!

Have a safe & happy weekend!

Save the Armory Family Day

April 10th, 2008 by Grey Swan Inn

Come to Blackstone, Virginia this Saturday, April 12, 2008 at the Harris Memorial National Guard Armory on High Street in Blackstone, VA from 10 am until 4 pm for “Save the Armory Family Day”.

This event is presented by The Friends of Blackstone to raise money and generate more support to save the historic building from being destroyed. Day-long events include live music, food (chili, hot dogs, cornbread, baked goods, Boston Butts, and Brunswick Stew), a silent auction, bingo, and more. The innkeepers of the Grey Swan Inn Bed and Breakfast will be there with baked goods and items for the silent auction.

Here are directions from The Grey Swan Inn Bed and Breakfast, 615 S Main Street, Blackstone, VA. Some availability is still available for this weekend for those who would like to stay Friday or Saturday nights.

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To read more and about this event and other Blackstone, VA news visit: Courier Record newspaper

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