Harmony Festival 2012 - BUNKER, MISSOURI

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Harmony Festival 2012 - BUNKER, MISSOURI

Time: September 28, 2012 at 6pm to September 30, 2012 at 7pm
Location: RSVP for Location
Street: A267
City/Town: Bunker, Missouri USA
Website or Map: http://face book esser's…
Phone: 573-689-1468
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Isabella Abood
Latest Activity: Sep 19, 2012

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Harmony Festival 2012

Music, Art, drumming, dancing, sharing, yoga and spirituality.

September 28th, 29th, 30th

(Friday – Sunday)

Please R.S.V.P. as soon as possible.

Calling all Healers, Peace Keepers and Light Workers.

This event is FREE!
Camping on 150 acres of beautiful Ozark Mountains in pure Harmony.

Location : Esser's Peace in Bunker, Missouri

Call Isabella 573-689-1468 or email at [email protected]

Great line up of music, sharing of food, free hugs and being a part of

Mother Earth.

Manifesting thousands of people sitting together - holding the same vision and vibration of love and peace. There will be meditations, praying, OM, dancing, singing, chanting.

This is an amazing opportunity to vibrate our loving energy to change the current operating fear and mistrust happening all over the planet, so come join us! Let’s transcend our body, minds, and spirits to the vibration of LOVE, PEACE, and HARMONY.

* Cabins are limited at this time and are on a first come, first have basis (small fee for bed or cabin). However, campsites are free. R.S.V.P. as soon as possible.

· Vendors are needed, we still have some space for art work, clothing so forth. To hold your space at this Grand event contact us. Isabella 573-689-1468 or [email protected] Vendors need to bring supplies and tables. Charge for Vendors - $65.00 for entire weekend.

· There will be a concession stand for refreshments, T-Shirts for sale, a stage for musicians, porta potties, a creek, and much, much more!!!

**Please bring food, drinks (lots of water), coolers, ice, eating utensils, sleeping bags, change of clothes, garbage bags, toilet paper, toiletries, drums, musical instruments, bug spray, blankets, pillows, sun-screen, yoga mats, towels, and whatever else you might pack for 2 nights, 3 days of camping. Tidiness is essential, let’s keep the property looking like it did before the festival – please help clean up. ** J NO pets please! J

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