Gathering of the Peacemakers (FRIDAY 6:30PM THROUGH MONDAY 11AM) & One Love Festival (MONDAY NOON - 10:30PM)

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Gathering of the Peacemakers (FRIDAY 6:30PM THROUGH MONDAY 11AM) & One Love Festival (MONDAY NOON - 10:30PM)

Time: May 25, 2012 at 6:30pm to May 28, 2012 at 10:30pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings
Street: 2253 Hwy 99
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.onelovefoundation.…
Phone: (828) 295-4610
Event Type: gathering
Organized By: One Love Foundation
Latest Activity: May 17, 2012

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Several times each year the One Love Foundation hosts our 1-day One Love Festivals & our 3-day Gathering of the Peacemakers in Oregon and North Carolina. The pace of our 3-day Gatherings is enlivening yet relaxed. During the day there are a variety of “wisdom circles” on leading a loving, balanced and sustainable life (see “Wisdom Circles”). At night we celebrate with live bands and performers and fire/drum circles.

Our gatherings are small, affordable and family-friendly and include people from all ages, lifestyles and spiritual paths. Many come with friends or family and many come alone. Everyone leaves recharged, inspired and ready to play their part in the global transformation to love. They’re joyous boot camps for the advance team.


Yoga, Meditation, Affordable Shelter, Living on Less, Creating Loving Marriages & Unions, Finding Your Life's Mission, Creating Visionary Works, Staying Awake in a Sleeping World, Love-Based Decision Making, Discovering the Artist Within, Mayan & Hopi Prophecies, Conscious Parenting & Caregiving, & much more! Plus all participants are encouraged to offer workshops, sell their crafts and/or offer any holistic health services.

Our 3-night/4-day gatherings includes free camping, music, workshops, drum circles, & more! Vegetarian meals also reasonably available.

Evenings with live conscious bands, fire circles and our One Love Coffee Shop open late. Performers include Indubious, Alcyon Massive, Rocker Tee, Cornflower, Synrgy, Beloved, Sequoyah Oregon, & Har-I.

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