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Hopi in Santa Barbara August 14 and 15

Hopi Corn Dance, Eagle Dance,
Water Ceremony
& Water Maiden Dance

Saturday August 14 & Sunday August 15
Santa Barbara, CA
For more information contact:
venessakay@earthlink.net  818-262-3742
and deborah@sacredways.net

Welcome Ruben Saufkie and Allen Talaytumptewa from the Hopi Water Clan and Family into our Hearts, our Community, and to the Spirit of this Beautiful Land. Uhnungdalawva – Come, Gather Together as we Open Up Our Hearts.

Our Hopi Brothers and Sisters are coming to spread their message of hope for the world, H2OPE, spreading hope through water. Water is Life, and we are all connected through the water.

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Saturday August 14
Ayni Gallery
Water Ceremony and Water Maiden Dance at the Ocean at Ayni Gallery.
216 State St., Santa Barbara. (The Gallery is across the street from the Fish Enterprise.)  Website link for directions is www.sblovegrid.net.  Parking is available in train station parking lot across the street from Ayni Gallery. *Hopi Arts and Crafts will be available for purchase both days at the Ayni Gallery.

11:00 AM
Join us at the ocean for the Water Ceremony and Water Maiden Dance where we will focus our prayers for healing the sacred waters and ourselves throughout the world.  We are all made up of water and it is life, so spread the word. You can park at the train station across from Ayni Gallery and we will walk down to the beach together.  We will gather at the right side of the Santa Barbara Pier.

1:00 PM
Hopi Corn Dance
– The Corn Dance symbolizes a bountiful harvest and also is to ask for blessings of rain for their crops. Corn is very sacred to the Hopi way of life.

3:00 PM –
Potluck
Bring your own utensils, plate, bowl and cup.  Bring a yummy dish to share with everyone.  You can leave your potluck dish at the Gallery before we go to the ocean. Sharing and Caring H2OPE Circle following Potluck

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Sunday August 15
Ayni Gallery
Ayni Gallery, 216 State St., Santa Barbara. (The Gallery is across the street from the Fish Enterprise.)  Website link for directions is www.sblovegrid.net.  Parking is available in train station parking lot across the street from Ayni Gallery.  *Hopi Arts and Crafts will be available for purchase both days at the Ayni Gallery.

11:00 AM
Hopi Eagle Dance
– The Hopi people use the Eagle as their messenger to send their prayers to Creator for many reasons, healing, blessings of rain, to ask for strength to live balanced lives and many more.

Sharing and Caring H2OPE Circle following Eagle Dance.

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