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FALL EQUINOX: CELEBRATION CIRCLE
Enjoy an eclectic mixture of uplifting, contemporary acoustic songs, ancient instrumentation, improvisation and contemplation celebrating the Fall Equinox. Featuring the words and music of songwriter/performance artist Rudi Harst (vocals, guitar, flute, Tibetan bowls) accompanied by the modern-ancient blend of music by Steve Daniel (didgeridoo), Mike Linde (didgeridoo) Ray Palmer (keyboard), Noah Peterson (sax) Kevin Lewis (bass); Kiko Guerrero (percussion), Michael Madison (percussion) Sister Sarah Gabriel (vocalist). With a thematic focus on the balance of darkness and light marked by the first day Autumn, a large part of the program will be performed in either total darkness or flickering candlelight, providing a truly memorable experience. Get your general admission tickets at www.cavewithoutaname.com - $25 in advance (until 5:00pm day of concert) and $30 at the door, if available, it sells out!

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What we're about

Celebration Circle (http://www.celebrationcircle.org/) is an inclusive, multi-faith community with a creative approach to spirituality. We honor and nurture the Sacred in ourselves, each other and all Creation. We Are One.

What We Believe,

We gather to remind ourselves and each other of who we truly are – and who we are capable of becoming. We believe there is a powerful New Story being born in the midst of our dominant culture. It’s an amazing story of love, peace, sustainability and inter-connection. We choose to nurture this Story by incorporating our personal insights with those offered by the major faiths and wisdom traditions: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, Taoist, and Pagan, as well as contemporary psychology, neurology, physics and the Recovery Movement.

We gather to experience our deep connections to ourselves, each other and the Web of Life through creative and co-creative expressions of spirituality. Our gatherings take a variety of forms, but share a common goal: to foster the process of conscious evolution through the sacred arts. All of us – including you and your friends and family - have something valuable to contribute to the co-creation and narration of this exciting New Story!

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