Saturday, December 10, 2016
|Yeshe Mathews aka Rabbit
| Opening Invocation
Co-owner of The Sacred Well, ordained Matriarchal High Priestess, Pilgrim, Mystic and Witch.
| Yeshe Matthews
Grace is power. It is the power to be who you truly are, which is a spark of light in the web of light that underpins all existence. Some might say that grace is a gift from the divine. In fact, grace IS divinity itself, in living, breathing form. You. -Yeshe Matthews
Heart opening, goose bump generating HANDPAN music.
We are a ukulele cover band, singing a diverse set of songs ranging from Tin Pan Alley, Folk, Country, Pop, Rock, and Hawaiian. We were once strangers, and by day— teachers and a creative type, Life-long, fun-loving friends we have become, who enjoy getting together twice a week to jam, practice, play the ukulele, and sing. We are the Sunshine Coconuts Ukulele Band, Debi Bow (aka Coco Bo), Kelly Skultety (aka Coco K), and Angie Morales (aka Coco A).
Director: Julie Marques
Bollywood dancers from Move 2 Change youth and adults will be presenting unique choreography.
For more information for kids, youth or adult classes, please contact Julie at Julie@move2change.com or 707-823-1074
|Rachel Tree, Heart-full Songstress
First and foremost you’ll be struck by Amy’s crystalline voice which “will hook even the most hardened cynic.” (Performing Songwriter Magazine) She’s a California native. Raised in San Diego and now based in San Francisco, you can hear the sound of the wind and ocean in her music. She’s toured the U.S. and France and got her song “Carousel” into the TV Show, Grey’s Anatomy.
|Adwoa is Ghana’s only female master drummer to date. She was the first woman in Ghana to attempt to fight the cultural taboo, forbidding women to play the drums, Antoinette Adwoa Kudoto has managed to stake her claim in the drumming realm of Ghana, and is truly a master of the art.
|For more information on Adwoa’s Drumming classes and Dance class with her daughter Sena Kugbega call Sena at: 707.570.7087
|West African Dance with Sheri Luis and students
DUN DUN DANCE
|1) West African Dance with Sheri Luis and students; SINTE
2) DUN DUN DANCE: West African Dance combined with Dun Dun Drumming
Dancers: Fanny Diallo, Katrina Weaver, Carly Castagnola and Kris Freewoman
Drummers: Troy, Patrick, Cameron and Nick
Choreography by Larissa Montfort ~ Inspired by Abdoulaye Sylla
|Beginning West African Dance with Sheri Luis; Le Studio Danse, 534 Mendocino ave. Tuesday nights 7:15 pm. For info: 707.490.6778
|DRUM CIRCLE led by Larissa Montfort and Stori Davis
BRING A DRUM, PERCUSSION AND YOUR DANCING FEET!!!
Sunday December 11, 2016
|Kahuna Leilani Bireley
Kahuna and High Priestess, Founder of Daughters of the Goddess Temple, Concord CA.
|Kahuna Leilani Birely
|Daughters of the Goddess and Dianas Grove
Songs, chants and dance of the Goddess from Daughters of the Goddess Temple East Bay and Diana’s Grove Rituals, Sonoma County
925.787.9247Diana’s Grove Sonoma County Dianic Rituals
|Ballet Folklorico Jazmin
Proudly Preserving Mexico’s Culture through Song and Dance
|Ballet Folklorico Jazmin Facebook
|Raise Our Voices, Uplift the Vibration
|The Red Thread presents “The Ripening” produced by Shannon Elsom
|The Red Thread Presents, “The Ripening” — A Yoni Puja Ritual expressed through each performer’s voice and creative vision. Join us as we celebrate the many phases of Women’s Sexuality.
Opening Ritual with Gwion Raven
| Red Thread Productions:
Psychedelic Folk Revival singer-songwriter
|The matriarchal, mystical, feminist musings of Sherry Glaser
| Feisty Females!
Kym Trippsmith & Jenn Rogar
Kym sings stories alive filled with political satire, unvarnished truths, mystical clarity, family honesty and humor in a folk/blues/radical rock style with rich vocals and accompanied on bass by Congo Pense and percussion by Rama.
Jenn is a rabblerouser, a folksinger, and a singer/songwriter in the tradition of Holly Near and Joan Baez, using her music as a tool to educate and incite pacifism and activism and awareness. Her music also invites sentimentality along the lines of Kate Wolf and Janis Ian.
| Kym Trippsmith, Amazon Productions
Local Folk ~ Shari Garn, Carolyn McAleavy, Laurel Brody, Phil Lawrence and Ted Dutcher
Take care of yourself
And one another
Stay belly centered
Reach out for each other