You are invited to a participatory gathering of like minded people focusing on indigenous traditional practices for living together in harmony, cooperation, and mutual sovereignty, respecting self, each other, and Mother Earth, sharing our gifts with our neighbors and in the bounty of Earth.
There will be ceremony, demonstrations, drumming and dancing, food, items for purchase, singing, story telling, etc. Admission is by free will donation, supporting Seed Song Farm and Center. All are welcome. No one turned awayWe are having crafters, educators, farmers, healers, herbalists, gardeners, musicians, poets, and writers, etc. There will be stationary displays and booths along the Algonquin Trail. We are asking people with a skill, craft, service, and/or product they make which are of interest to the community, to come and share this. There is no charge for vending/exhibiting. Vendors are asked to give a donation based on their sales.
Please contact Etaoqua, [firstname.lastname@example.org] for information on vending/ exhibiting.All profits above costs donated to Seed Song Farm and Center.