Earthdance Vancouver 2014 - daytime event
Global Peace Party
Saturday September 20, 2014
Xwáýxway (Stanley Park) at Prospect Point Picnic Area
this event is BY DONATION, $10 or more requested
nobody turned away for lack of funds
please share widely on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/events/857794234239392
Pyrrha Luna (Full Moon Medicine)
Beatrix The White (Intention Gathering, http://www.mixcloud.com/BeatrixTheWhite)
SobeyOne (Green Samurai Clan, Full Moon Medicine)
Stargirl (Rainbow Cathedral, http://djstargirl.com)
Raghunath Khe (Mantra Radio / Full Moon Medicine, https://soundcloud.com/raghunathkhe, http://mantraradio.co/)
Particleman (Subversive, http://www.subversivemusic.ca/)
Master of Ceremonies: JAIAquarian
Yoga with Sue Horning of Unity Yoga
Global Linkup / Prayer for Peace / Spiral Dance at 5pm
bicycle procession with music, back into Vancouver after the event, leaving approx. 8pm after some cleanup/leave-no-trace has been done, see https://www.facebook.com/events/361523760682866/ for details
This is a LEAVE NO TRACE event!
Earthdance is the world’s largest annual synchronized global music and dance event for peace. Since 1997, Earthdance has been held in over 700 locations in 60 countries, and presented thousands of DJs and artists. The highlight of the Earthdance global event is the Prayer for Peace music track, played at the same moment at all locations. Over its 18 year history, Earthdance events have provided support to hundreds of peace, sustainability, and social justice charities. Earthdance is aligned with the global United Nations Peace Day observance, held on September 21st each year.
This year, the theme for Earthdance is "Transformation".
for more about Earthdance see http://www.earthdance.org
with support from Intention Gathering, http://intentiongathering.org
50% of the proceeds from this event will go to Living Oceans (http://livingoceans.org)
Volunteers welcome, please contact info[at]intentiongathering[dot]org to volunteer
Earthdance Vancouver would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on Unceded Coast Salish Territory.
"Whoi Whoi, Chaythoos, Kanaka Ranch. Before there was a Stanley Park, there were villages on the peninsula. Stanley Park was by no means the pristine wilderness that we often imagine when it was designated as a park in 1888." - Stanley Park at 125: Faith, forgotten people, reclaiming a place in history, http://churchforvancouver.ca/stanley-park-at-125-faith-forgotten-people-reclaiming-a-place-in-history/
"Millennia-old native village sites in Stanley Park were still in use by first nations people in the 1880s when surveyors and road builders knocked the homes down to create the Park Drive perimeter road.
Road workers chopped away part of an occupied native house that was impeding the surveyors at the village of Chaythoos (pronounced 'chay toos'), near Prospect Point." - Before Stanley Park: First nations sites lie scattered throughout the area, http://www.canada.com/story_print.html?id=4286a015-9cbf-43ae-827f-00c5c5eae3f0
"Prayer for Peace" to be played at Global Linkup time (5pm Vancouver time):
"We are one global family
All colors, All races
One world united.
We dance for peace and the healing of our planet Earth
Peace for all nations.
Peace for our communities.
And peace within ourselves.
As we join all dance floors across the world,
let us connect heart to heart.
Through our diversity we recognize Unity.
Through our compassion we recognize Peace.
Our love is the power to transform our world
Let us send it out