Joining Together for A Greener World
The first annual Sacred Earth Fair takes place July 31st, 2022 at the Center for Spiritual Living and will include activities, special guests and informational booths, all focused on how we can come together to honor and protect our precious planet.
The fair is offered by the Multifaith Network for Climate Justice (of which RCZC is a member), and co-sponsored by Earth Ministry of Washington, and Interfaith Power & Light. The emphasis of the fair is to encourage everyone to view ourselves as allies of the earth, and to view faith traditions as having an important contribution to make, at this important juncture of climate crisis.
Red Cedar's Wilderness Dharma Program will be hosting an information table on our programs, and we will offer short mindfulness nature walks through the beautiful mature forest surrounding the center at several times during the afternoon.
No registration is needed.
More information: Please contact Wilderness Programs Coordinator Bob Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and see our Wilderness Dharma Program webpage for an overview of this program.
More information will be forthcoming, but you can download the current flyer here.
Special Guests and Performances (so far):
Swil Kanin - Violist extraordinaire and Lummi Tribal member
Tammy Cooper-woodrich and Angela Letoi - Nooksack Elder and Storyteller, with her daughter and understudy.
Salmon People Video - From Children of the Setting Sun Productions
Yoga, Zen nature walks, children's art projects, listening circles, eco-gifts.