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Monday, October 24, 2022

Oct 30: Song Circle for Grief Tending @ Anam Cara


What:  Song Circle for Grief Tending 
Where:  Anam Cara House (see below for details)
When:  Sunday October 30, 5-6 p.m.

Our culture lacks space and containers for grief.
......these days, there's a lot to process.

If you need space from more expression and movement of grief, or just room to feel some feels in community, please join us to sing together next Sunday, Oct. 30.

All songs will be taught call and response, oral tradition (you don't need to know what you're doing, just be willing to breathe and open your mouth and sing back.) Liz Digitale Anderson and Conie Borchardt will be holding the circle.

The songs will give our bodies and our hearts space to feel what we need to feel and let it work through us.

Dress warmly as we will be outside around the fire. There is a port-a-potty available for use. Although wearing masks outside will be optional, we do invite folks to wear masks to tend to themselves and others. Please tend to yourself and your family as needed.

Please join us at Anam Cara House, in the backyard of 3612 Bloomington Ave S. Mpls. Come through the gate at the right side of the house.

Come for all or part of the community day:
>> 2-3 pm: Filling Your Witches’ Mending Basket: Help yourself to beloved magical items accrued over many years and used in transforming ceremonies of all kinds! Bring your own basket to fill with what you find here.
>> 3-5 pm: a Samhain Honoring the Dead ritual (family friendly, with song and art and altar and activities for all)
>> 5-6 pm: Community grief song circle

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