Nov. 1: San Francisco SPIRAL DANCE
35th Annual Spiral Dance • Saturday Nov 1, 2014
2014 Intention: With the help of ancestors, descendants, and the great powers of nature, we weave magic and action to save our home!
A ritual to honor our beloved dead and dance the spiral of rebirth
The Spiral Dance is Reclaiming’s largest, most spectacular ritual of the year, and an important fundraiser for our community. Come see the amazing altars, dance the spiral with a thousand people, and raise an ecstatic cone of power to bring in the allies and resources we need for the coming year!
Tickets available at the door or through Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/829747
General Admission: $25 – $150, sliding scale
Elders (60 & over)/Disabled/Youth (12 to 17) $15 and up
Location: Kezar Pavilion, 755 Stanyan St., SF, CA
Doors open at 6:00pm
Ritual at 7:30pm
Welcome! I’m Starhawk, author of many works celebrating the Goddess movement and Earth-based, feminist spirituality. I’m a peace, environmental, and global justice activist and trainer, a permaculture designer and teacher, a Pagan and Witch.
To see how it all weaves together, follow the many strands of my web.
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