"Fraser, My Love"
Valentines for Water!
Make of your love an offering…..
Thank you to all the people, organizations and Water bodies who participated in Valentines for Water! It was truly a magical evening with a weaving of presentations from the L'heidli T'enneh as well as poems and songs that I and others have received from Fraser River.
Here is the names of those who made this event possible:
World Water Day - March 22, 2014
Stay tuned for details about our participation in the Travelling Film Festival!
Prince George Water Gratitude Society
I am very pleased to announce that the 2013 SoundWeaving Water initiative wove it's way into the 2014 PG Water Gratitude Society.
The outcome of the PGWGS is to inspire community Water stewardship through gratitude practices, events, healing ceremonies and live art.
A new watergratitude.org website is underway. I will gradually be transitioning my community Water content over to this new site. My personal site daneielacastell.ca will still be the contact for my Voice Empowerment workshops and private sessions, as well as sound therapy and healing ceremonies.
in loving flow,
EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
You can RSVP to VALENTINES FOR WATER and
DONATE TO THE PG WATER GRATITUDE SOCIETY
FUNDRAISER for the new PG Water Gratitude Society: Inspiring
personal and community Water stewardship through gratitude events, public
ceremonies, and live art.
Our Community Love for Water on Valentines and World Sound Healing Day
Group Toning for Mother Earth, free, drop in
7-9 pm -
- Refreshments served *Bring own mug, plate, utensils, cloth
by: Sound Weaver Danielea Castell and Spirit Keeper, Lheidli T’enneh Elder
This is a
participatory co-cultural event:
Water Stories, including a traditional story by Marlene Erickson, Acting Director Aboriginal Education, College of New Caledonia
Painting with artists Lisa Loewen and Jennifer Anais Pighin
Sweatlodge songs with Bruce Allan, Aboriginal Instructor and Zaa Louie,
Elder with Nadleh Whute
Dance by freestyler Brendan Cote (video)
Water chants and Sound Weaving for Pacific Ocean, Fukushima region
Traditional Bannock, Labrador Tea and Fresh Fruit
bring your own mug, plate, cloth napkin
Sliding Scale $10-$100
proceeds donated to the PG Water Gratitude Society events and
Valentines for Water on Facebook
PG Water Gratitude Society
Prince George British Columbia