Bobcat’s Tales ~ Stories and songs of Forest Defense and Earth Devotion

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Bobcat’s Tales ~ Stories and songs of Forest Defense and Earth Devotion

Time: June 22, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Bellview Grange
Street: 1050 Tolman
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
Phone: 707-601-0818
Event Type: storytelling, &, musical, fundraiser
Organized By: Robert Brothers
Latest Activity: Jun 15, 2010

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Event Description

Robert Brothers and friends offer an evening of “Bobcat’s Tales ~ Stories and songs of Forest Defense and Earth Devotion,” – including discussion and dialogue. Continuing the spirit of Blessing Mount Ashland.
Music by special guests Nancy Bloom, Talia Rose, Earth Family Sound Blessing, and more.
The event will be done on behalf of Earth Devotion. Visit this website for a preview of some of the stories and themes.
We're not thinking of charging admission, just accepting donations. And we hope to sell some Earthballs (Mother Earth dolls) and T-shirts.
I have a lot to share about how I have been helped and inspired all these years through my work for Mother Earth. There are ways that we can help each other link up with this incredible energy, have fun and be filled with joy. So let's experience this, and engage in a dialogue about how. This will be no normal evening's entertainment, but a process that we all do together : )
Love,
Bobcat
Our planet Earth is a living breathing Miracle, deserving our honor and respect.
Let’s choose to cherish her with actions from our hearts, take the time to open and connect

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