Kenwood Press


Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

Jim Shere

Learn more about Jim Shere here.

Jim Shere is a psychotherapist with a private practice in Glen Ellen. He is also a writer and poet, and the executive director of the Glen Ellen Historical Society. You are invited to explore his website at jimshere.com.


Recently Published:

04/15/2018 - This now
03/15/2018 - Springing forward
02/15/2018 - Being right and being kind
01/15/2018 - Being well, welling up
12/15/2017 - Growing in the darkness
11/01/2017 - Life continues, deeply changed
09/01/2017 - Remembering the rest
09/01/2017 - Remembering the rest
06/15/2017 - Visiting this place
05/15/2017 - The allure of ambiguity
04/15/2017 - Being well, growing older
03/15/2017 - Reaching fundamental agreements
02/15/2017 - Where we are and what we can do
01/15/2017 - Written in a small hut
12/15/2016 - My own déjà vu
11/15/2016 - The trouble with men and women
10/15/2016 - Considered choices and decisions
09/15/2016 - Walking this way
08/15/2016 - Hearing all that jazz
06/15/2016 - Remembering Bob and Gena
05/15/2016 - Where we best reside
04/15/2016 - Finding equanimity
03/15/2016 - This place
01/15/2016 - Pausing on the threshold
12/15/2015 - Fear of the dark
11/15/2015 - Grace and gratitude
10/15/2015 - A community gathers
09/15/2015 - Being here, doing this
08/15/2015 - The dangers of fame
06/15/2015 - Still me
05/15/2015 - What we learned at SDC
04/15/2015 - Stones in the Stream
03/15/2015 - Two Tales of the Drooling Ward
02/15/2015 - Goldilocks gets it right
01/15/2015 - On the way
12/15/2014 - The Light at the End of the Year
11/15/2014 - The vision and voice of community
11/01/2014 - Clarification from Jim Shere:
10/15/2014 - Brothers under another sky
09/15/2014 - The measure of our moods
08/15/2014 - Finding balance
06/15/2014 - Still here, even now
05/15/2014 - Stories of this world
04/15/2014 - Upon awakening
03/15/2014 - A good grief
02/01/2014 - A Valentine for the Valley
12/15/2013 - Lessons from the vineyard
11/01/2013 - "Those were the days…
09/15/2013 - 100 years later, the burning of the Wolf House still mysterious
08/15/2013 - Remembering who we are

Community Calendar

Fire follower flowers
04/22/2018
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Wildflower walk and hike
04/22/2018
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Oakmont Sunday Symposium
04/22/2018
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Tidy up our town
04/22/2018
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Insurance Recovery Workshop
04/24/2018
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Insurance Recovery Workshop
04/24/2018
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Mid-week wander at Trione-Annadel State Park
04/25/2018
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How to find the right cruise: SIR #53 meeting
04/25/2018
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“Jesus and His Jewish Influences"
04/25/2018
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“Ocean Night” at Kenwood School highlights creek restoration efforts
04/26/2018
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Night photography at the Wolf House
04/27/2018
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