First, thanks to YOU for checking this out, to Maurice LeCroy – The Human Community, the Plant Community: One Community, Present to Exquisite Relatedness, by 2021, for co-creating the event, and to the Australian sculptor, Bruno Torfs, for the image of his art. Springing from the heart of Susan Elizabeth Hale, EARTH DAY- SING FOR THE TREES is a global initiative to pause at Noon, April 22, and sing to the trees. Also at source: Earth Mother/Gaia/BlackMadonna, who finds humor in our naming of her, and who, in all seriousness, calls us to come together, in a moment of time, in acknowledgment and appreciation of plant life for so sustaining us. THIS WE CAN DO.
Sign In – Tea and Crumpets
Preparation and setting the tone with Tom Blue Wolf
SING FOR the TREES facilitated by Tom Blue Wolf: The South East was the apothecary of Native America; The Muskogee Creek were the pharmacists. Part of their intimate knowing of plants was their songs. Taught by his grandfather, who knew hundreds of these songs, Tom will lead us ceremonially into the song of the Willow Tree. We will gather together to chant/sing/croon/tune ourselves to the vibrational level for communicating a resonate “tone” with the tree people. This “tone” will be consistent with the creation story of our mutual interdependence with the tree people. Bring a sacred object for the community altar.
* Merrill, Mayan Time Keeper, identifier of community, will be showing us our place in the circle
* Cob oven-ing with local chefs: Bring roast-ables, bake-ables, dough and sauce and pizza makings.
* Story Teller Yolanda Hernandez: “The Gifting Tree”
* Individual and community art with Camron Wiltshire and Maurice LeCroy: Easy and fun. Bring brushes & supplies. (some provided)
* Recycling bazaar: Bring cherished objects to pass along.
* Hike: out of the backyard, along the creek, and into the forest. Get lost, but not for long.
* Music, song, and dance jams: Bring instruments and join in, or just savour.
POT LUCK SUPPER: Bring beverage and a covered dish (preferably organic)
Gratitude/Ghandarva Ceremony facilitated by Tamara Albright: Acknowledgment and Heart Opening. Bring a sacred object for the community altar.
* Creek side bonfire: Bring story, poetry, song, prayer and camp chair to share
* Music and dance with Atlanta’s Trance Dancers, Nia and Five Rhythms Community
Lights out in suburbia!
Community 2.0 Center: Maurice’s place on South Fork Peachtree Creek
2172 Willivee Place. NW, Decatur, GA
* Tamara Albright at 404.822.6952 infoatalbright-creative
* Maurice LeCroy at 404.277.2311 mauricelecroyatcomcast.net
ALL OUR RELATIONS!