Dreaming-Bear Baraka Kanaan Second Ashland Appearance on July 4th

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Dreaming-Bear Baraka Kanaan Second Ashland Appearance on July 4th

Time: July 4, 2009 from 8:30pm to 11:45pm
Location: Emerald Circle
Street: 2922 Anderson Creek Rd.
City/Town: Talent, Oregon
Website or Map: http://www.dreamingbear.net
Phone: Sally Cinnamon at (541) 535-1880
Event Type: poetry, playshop, love, spiritual
Organized By: Ashland Resource Center and others in the community
Latest Activity: Jul 4, 2009

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Awaken the Sleeping Giant of Greatness Within You! Explore the Inner Consciousness of the Heart.

All the Way From Maui, World Renowned Spoken Word Artist, Dreaming-Bear Baraka Kanaan presents Lovevolution.

Through inspired verse and a merging of scientific and spiritual wisdom, Dreaming-Bear will take you on a magical journey of transformation and self rediscovery in this heart opening “playshop.” Experience a quantum leap forward in unleashing your latent potential!

“Dreaming-Bear will most certainly uplift the human race into human grace”- Harold Bloomfield, M.D., author of nineteen books including The New York Times best-seller “How to Survive the Loss of a Love.”

Linda and I experienced Dreaming-Bear's ecstatic poetry on Valentine's Day at Harbin last February. Was a wonderful performance, very moving and uplifting. He's the real thing, a real cosmic lover of humanity and a poet.

Thus we arranged to bring him to the Ashland community this June for one-night only performance at Jackson Wellsprings. Get your tickets early, come out and support this ARC happening.

Tickets: $10 - $20 at the door only


Listen to a track of his poetry from his recent album "Wild Love" here.


DIRECTIONS TO EMERALD CIRCLE:
2922 Anderson Creek Rd.
Talent OR, 97540
541-535-1880

From Ashland:
North on S. Pacific HWY (99)
Left on Rapp Rd.
Continue past 2nd stop sign where
Rapp Rd. turns into Wagner Creek Rd.
Follow bend beyond pear orchards
Right on Anderson Creek Rd.
Keep left at junction in road.
Driveway on the right just before 3 mile marker
2922 Anderson Creek Rd.

From I-5:
Exit 21
West on Valley View Rd
Left on S. Pacific HWY (99)
Right on Rapp Rd.
Continue past 2nd stop sign where
Rapp Rd. turns into Wagner Creek Rd.
Follow bend beyond pear orchards
Right on Anderson Creek Rd.
Keep left at junction in road.
Driveway on the right just before 3 mile marker
2922 Anderson Creek Rd.

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Comment by Ronald Howard Sanderfer on June 20, 2009 at 12:33pm
I don't have a car and the buses don't go there in the evening. If you folks know of anyone from the Medford area, that I can hitch with, I would love to show up. Any volunteers to help a meager brother, would be greatly appreciated. We paupers are starving for dreams.
Ronald
Comment by Ashland Source Center on May 9, 2009 at 7:28pm

Linda and I experienced Dreaming-Bear's ecstatic poetry on Valentine's Day at Harbin last February. Was a wonderful performance, very moving and uplifting. He's the real thing, a real cosmic lover of humanity and a poet.

Thus we arranged to bring him to the Ashland community this June for one-night only performance at Jackson Wellsprings. Get your tickets early, come out and support this ARC happening.

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