Summer Solstice at Manitou: Sound healing and dance
The schedule goes like this: 5:30 p.m. arrival, walk into the woods; 5:45 to 6:05 p.m. Sacred Circle Dancing/ Paneurhythmy; 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. Sound Healing Concert with Derrik Jordan and Jed Blume
Arrive at the parking area at 5:30 p.m. for a brief stroll to the forest dance hall — open space among tall pines — for a shared circle dance from the Paneurhythmy tradition, as we celebrate the longest day of the year: simple steps on pine needles, easily learned and practiced together in joy and appreciation of Nature and all that we are. Then a short walk to the forest knoll sound-stage, for sound healing on behalf of Nature and all beings. Derrik Jordan and Jed Blume — multi-instrumentalists, composers, and performers of evocative music inspired by cultures close to the land — bring us further into harmony with our surroundings.
Join us for this family friendly celebration! All are welcome. Tax-deductible contributions gratefully accepted to help support the artists. Wear comfortable clothes, bring bug juice. Rain Date: Friday, June 23. We are grateful for the generous support of our corporate sponsor, Brattleboro Savings and Loan.
Location: 300 Sunset Lake Road. Directions: go 1.4 miles up Sunset Lake Road from Williamsville Village, sign on right. Or approximately five miles over the top on Sunset Lake Road from Rt. 9. Information Fred Taylor at email@example.com. or 802-387-2681.
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