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Sunday, July 31, 2022

Aug 20: Singing Field (Song Circle)


We're gonna sing at the Farmer's Market! Join us!

All Voices Welcome!

What:  Singing Field
When:  Saturday, August 20, 2022, 10 a.m. (for at least an hour?)
Where:  1807 Field Avenue, St. Paul
(St. Luke Lutheran Church, map)

More specifically, we'll be on the grassy lawn to the east of the building, under the shade of two magnificent oaks.  

There's a Farmer's Market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come and shop early for best selection or afterward if you need less temptation ;)

Bring: water, something to sit on (blanket, camp chair ... limited bench space available), mask if that makes you feel more comfortable, your open heart and voice!  All songs will be taught.  Every voice is needed and welcome!

Song Leaders:  
Liz Digitale Anderson and Conie Borchardt hold joyful, care-filled circles for you to discover freedom in your voice, de-stress your nervous system, and move your body. Come breathe deep and open up: we’ll sing songs to ground you, heal you, and motivate you for the days to come.

Aug 16, 30, Sept 13, 27: Sing Out * Sing In (BIPOC/mixed-centered SING)

A Free Song Circle Series
Centering BIPOC + Mixed Race folx

Songs for joy, justice, grief,
wonder, and the work ahead,
all taught call and response

When:  Every other Tuesday night, 7:30 pm
August 16, August 30*, September 13 & 27

Where:  Springboard for the Arts, 262 University Avenue, St. Paul (map)
*August 30 circle will be held at Western Sculpture Park (map)

Every voice welcome.

Share:  facebook event link  

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Jul 10: Move Sound A.C.T.! @ Open Streets Franklin

What: Move Sound A.C.T.!

When:  Sunday, July 10, 2022, 1-4 p.m.

  • 1-2 p.m. Community Singing with Liz & Conie
  • 2-3 p.m. Dances of Universal Peace with Conie (with the Spirit of Peace Meditation at 2:15 p.m.)
  • 3:15-4:30 p.m. More Community Singing with Liz & Conie 

Where:  in front of Maria's Cafe, 1113 Franklin Ave, Minneapolis 
as part of Open Streets Franklin

Who are our leaders?

Liz Digitale Anderson (she/her) I write songs for community singing. They're songs for the streets, to keep us going in the struggle for justice, songs to remind us another world is possible and carry us through to liberation. I hope you'll find some friends and sing these together.  Hear my songs here:  https://soundcloud.com/lizdigitaleanderson

Conie Borchardt (she/they) is a mixed Asian Public Heart Artist, a listener and vibration holding space for truth, pain, and delight while inviting creative expression in sound, movement, and color within themselves and in others.  Learn more about them by checking out this website.