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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

You're invited! Please spread the word!


Please bring your drum &/native American flute

or use one of our instruments

& come join us Saturday

late afternoon or early evening

October 30, 2010

(Rain date: Saturday, November 6)

for drumming and fluting around our gypsy wagon
@ Audubon Place South
15335 County Road 9
(on the east side of Fish River)
in Baldwin County
(Summerdale, AL 36580-4227)
Call Steve Heath 251-752-7807
or e-mail Susan Daniel mssusan@gulftel.com
for directions.
(We are on the riverside of County Road 9
between Hwy 32 & 98
County Road 28 & 24
Southworth & Basin Lane.)
Look for the pink flamingo flag
on the pink flamingo mailbox.
It hurts when the place we love is damaged.
By making simple acts of beauty,
we heal each other and our land.
From Houma, Louisiana
to Pensacola, Florida,
all along the cities, towns & waterways
affected by the oil spill that began on April 20,
people will gather in a spirit of appreciation
for their beautiful, damaged home
and their own determination to thrive.
We will make a picture of us drumming,
dancing and playing flutes to be included
in a special presentation of images
on digital disc. Everyone who registers
will receive one. The gypsy wagon is about
12 feet long- if we get enough drummers,
flute players & dancers to = 25 feet long or more
-we will be considered for inclusion in
a special limited number of aerial shots
to be taken that day by the award winning
New Orleans photographer, Matthew D. White.
Register on line at RadicalJoyForHardTimes.org
or contact us at trebbejohnson@gmail.com
RadicalJoyForHardTimes is a non-profit organization
whose mission is finding and making beauty
in wounded places.
Come join us for a Day of Solidarity, Beauty, Healing,
and Yes, Even Joy
for the Gulf of Mexico and Its People!