What do you wish for?

Do you base our choices on what you want, or what you think you're supposed to want? Let yourself feel what you feel and want what you want, THEN engage your mind in the process. The best wishes are born from your heart.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Molly Blue Dawn's List of Events for June 2013 and beyond - Mark Your Calendars!

Mark your calendars for:

Pirate Festival
Saturday-Sunday, June 15-16, 10:00AM-6:00PM
Vallejo Waterfront, next to Vallejo Ferry Terminal, 289 Mare Island Way, Vallejo
$7 in advance, $10 at the gate, Children under 12 Free

"The Northern California Pirate Festival has one goal:
To create an entertaining event where everyone who loves pirates will have a great time and feel welcome!

Whether you love nautical music, swordfighting, sailing, cannon-battles, theater, maritime crafts, food and drink, or just shopping fer' pirate booty... there's something here for YOU!

Fun For ALL AGES: Children, Adults, Teens and  Whole Families!

We encourage coming out in costume... whether you dress as an historical era pirate from the Golden Age of Sail or a bejeweled Mardi-Gras Krewmate from New Orleans... whether your taste runs towards Hollywood Swashbucklers or Foreign Buccaneers from international waters! Dress up and share in the experience...

You certainly don't need to come out in costume, but when you leave you're sure to feel like a pirate!

Sail out to the PirateFest and join us for a great time!"

CAYA Fun For Everyone and CAYA Sprouts at The Pirate Festival
Join your CAYA Crewmates at The Pirate Festival on Sunday, June 16!
Afterwards, we will meet at Pizza Pirate, 72 Solano Square, Benicia:

Scottish Renaissance Faire
Saturday-Sunday, June 15-16, Saturday 10:00AM-10:00PM, Sunday 10:00AM-6:00PM
Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, 2601 East Lake Avenue, Watsonville
See website for ticket prices - discounts available for ordering in advance, two-day tickets available

"Explore the History, Myth, and Legend of 16th century Scotland!  
Enjoy the Excitement and Competition of the Highland Games!

Entertainment - Music - Arts - Crafts - Activities - Games - Magicians - Faeries - Food - Beverages - Ale

Something for the whole family!"

Thursday-Sunday, June 20-23
Earth Matters Retreat Center, 11629 Love Creek Road, Ben Lomond
see website for detailed schedule and registration information

“Hello Nature Lovers. Mark your calendars for the weekend of June 20-23 and get the days off work now: Solaris is back for another long, leisurely weekend of Spiritual Renewal.

This year we will again be having two-track of playshops: A more meditative track and a more energetic one.

Our Grand Poobah this year will be the lovely Karen.
New this year! Thursday Tea Party!
Also new this year: Sliding Scale Pricing!
Registration before May 5th is just $100-$130 for 3 nights and 4 days of camping, rituals, playshops and fun!
For Friday arrival (2 nights and 3 days), we will set you back a mere $80-$110.00

Some things never change:
Clothing Optional camping.
Rituals and Activities every evening.
Morning gourmet pancakes from the Chef Without Pants.
A community ritual presented on the day we all write it as a group.
The entertaining and moving evening Bardic.
Snaps. Hundreds and hundreds of Snaps.
The wood-fired hot tub.
Jigsaw puzzling, dancing, lounging, laughing and on and on.”

Nature and Soul Retreat for Autumn Equinox
with Jan Edl Stein, MFT
Friday, June 21, 9:30AM-4:00PM
Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center, 1601 Shoreline Highway, Muir Beach, 415-383-3134
$122 early registration up to ten days before the event, $140 within ten days of the event

“Nature and Soul: A day of retreat where nature mirrors our inner landscape

This seasonally offered retreat is a day of renewal and rediscovery, as we open ourselves to the land around us in addition to the landscapes within us.  This is a deeply experiential daylong retreat for restoration of health, psyche and spirit, offering a renewal of the soul's intention and a re-connection with the elements of nature that support us.  We will slow down and take in the beauty that surrounds us and let nature reflect the shapes and patterns that are held in the psyche.

The day is a combination of indoor experiences that involves guided meditation and inner journey process and outdoor, land-based contemplative practices. The experience as a whole is an embodied example of eco-therapy.  Each retreat day reflects themes of the season in the meditations, journeys and our approach to the elements we discover in nature.
No previous experience is necessary.

The retreat takes place in the beautiful setting of Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center, with its splendid coastal range flora, meandering gardens, Japanese architecture, and easy walk to the beach.  An organic, vegetarian lunch (included in registration fee)  is offered to the group in the dining hall.  Retreat fees include lunch and refreshments.

Details on how to prepare for the day an a confirmation of registration will be sent one week before the event.

Retreat leader, Jan Edl Stein MFT, is the director of Holos Institute and a licensed psychotherapist with many years of experience in guiding people into deep explorations in their own psyche as they open to deeper levels of perception in the natural world.

Summer Solstice: Sensing into the fullness of our lives with deep gratitude and joy.”

Your Spiritual Journey and Mask of Inspiration
with Kaleo and Elise Ching
Saturday, June 22, 9:00AM-5:00PM, and one more Saturday, June 29
Peace Lutheran, 3201 Camino Tassajara, Danville
$150 plus $30 for a feast of art materials.

“Whether in Hildegard von Bingen’s songs of Divine revelation, Rumi’s poetic immersion in holy ecstasy, or Marc Chagall’s paintings of Hasidic inspiration, the Sacred speaks to us through creative expression. Creativity is a common path among ancient and modern traditions to mystical communion with Spirit.

Engage the Divine beyond, around, and within during these two days of creative exploration with Kaleo and Elise. Investigate manifestations of energy through Chi Kung, discover through guided journeying your own deep resources of spiritual inspiration, then create your
An opportunity for seekers of all faiths to engage creativity as spiritual encounter
Chi Kung for energy awareness and spiritual attunement
Guided journeys to access your personal experience of Sacred Wisdom
Simple, easy-to-learn, but effective art techniques to create your mask
A joyful hands-on creative process in a supportive community

$150 plus $30 for a feast of art materials.  A portion of the fee benefits Art and Spirituality at Peace.  PRE-REGISTRATION required. Space is limited.
To reserve your space, send $50 nonrefundable deposit and contact info (email and phone #) to: Peace Lutheran Church, 3201 Camino Tassajara, Danville, 94506
A limited number of scholarships are available. Inquire with Pastor Steve: steve@peacejourney.org

Kaleo Ching, MA Art, and Elise Ching, English and Transpersonal Psychology, are both Certified Acupressure Massage Therapists and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists. They co-teach classes (22 years) combining Chi Kung, acupressure, guided meditation, and art and have co-authored several books, including Faces of Your Soul: Rituals in Art, Maskmaking, and Guided Imagery with Ancestors, Spirit Guides, and Totem Animals (North Atlantic Books, 2006) and Creativity: Vital Energy and Your Inner Artist Snake Books, 2007).”

California Witchcamp 2013
Sunday-Sunday, June 23-30
Mendocino Woodlands, exact address given upon registration
Please see website for detailed schedule and registration information

“The story this year is the Descent of Inanna.
The Theme this year is Hope and Inspiration.

This is an extraordinary event for extraordinary people.

Share in a week of Reclaiming style, earth based spirituality and magic. Come and study magic and ritual in a week long Intensive. Witchcamp is offered to all genders at all levels of experience. Newcomers can learn the basic skills of magic and ritual, working with the elements, movement, sound and the mythological and historical framework of the Goddess Tradition.

Advanced classes offer the chance to apply the tools of ritual to personal healing and empowerment, or a focus on taking the Craft out into the world, creating public ritual, ongoing groups, and healing issues surrounding leadership and power. This event is a deeply moving, life changing week and also a constant experiment in temporary village life. We will also look at ways of bringing this work and inspiration into our everyday lives, creating powerful, joyful times.

This year, Witchcamp will be held at the Mendocino Woodlands, located just far enough outside the town of Mendocino to avoid coastal fog. The camp is set among a mature Redwood/Douglas Fir forest, creating a beautiful, peaceful setting. The cabins are rustic, but pretty. Camping is also an option. A small river runs through the camp, which is actually the home of steelhead trout. To request a brochure, please send us an email with your mailing address.

What is an Intensive?
Seven days of ritual and magic. Designed for people who are dedicated to powerful spiritual learning experiences and personal growth. This intensive is not a festival. It will expand your unconscious awareness, push your edges and likely change your life. The intensive is sequestered for the entire 7 days. Please plan to attend the entire week. Also, we don't allow children due to the intensity of the week.

How Much Does Witchcamp Cost?
Full details on costs and timelines are available on the registration page. We do offer partial scholarships if you require financial aid. Please email for the application.

What does this fee include?
It includes all meals (vegetarian), workshops, rituals and accommodation for the week. You might want to bring a little extra cash in US currency only for our pagan market place, and for the scholarship fundraising raffle and auctions.

All food is vegetarian, we can cater for some special needs i.e.: vegan, no wheat. We will make every effort to assure that you have an alternative selection. The kitchen staff, however will not be able to prepare special meals. If your needs are highly individual you might want to consider bringing your own snacks etc.

Physical Needs
All of the camp is rustic dirt paths and wooden bridges, not wheelchair accessible. Most of the bathroom blocks are up 40 foot slopes, which can be difficult if you have mobility problems. People have gotten around with walking sticks and crutches at previous camps. We will do our best to support your need. You will need to notify us well in advance (months) if you have special needs so we can discuss them with you. We do our best to accommodate special needs, and sometimes it is just impossible. We also expect you to be the initiator and take responsibility for yourself and getting the help you need.

Due to the limited amount of parking space available, we need to carpool. Cars with 3 or more people will get to park in the closest lot, all others will be required to park further along the road. We do need you and your car space for others. Carpool information will be included in your registration packet.

Pagan Flea Market
We invite all crafts people and anyone who has a service to share to participate in our flea market. You need to provide your own table and everything you will need. Please note 10% of the final sales will go to next year's scholarship fund.”

Honeyroot Women’s Embodiment Retreat
Thursday-Sunday, June 27-30
Shady Creek Event Center, 18601 Pathfinder Way, Nevada City

“HoneyRoot Women’s Retreat is an annual celebration of Fem-bodiment, Sisterhood, and Intergenerational Collaboration - a place to explore, expand, and truly inhabit ourselves as women; a (re)treat for the Feminine Soul.

Brought to you by Devorah Bry and Shelly Smith, and located among the pines, oaks, and maples of Shady Creek Retreat Center near Nevada City, CA, HoneyRoot provides opportunities for us to open our bodies to the wisdom that lives inside each of us and the love that inhabits our collective heart. Through an array of dance, voice, and movement workshops, healing ceremonies, performances, playtime, down time, and up time, we will taste the Yes that lives in our bodies and our interconnectedness.
We, HoneyRoot organizers and facilitators, will do our best to create a strong container, a safe playground, and a loving womb for the sake of the realization of our feminine embodiment.  We hope you’ll join us.
When we bend our knees, release our jaws
and pelvic muscles,rest into our weight,
stay connected to our bellies, and bring attention
to the constant support of Mother Earth,
we find ourselves,and each other, with ease, grace,
and an at-home-ness that is innately ours.
– Dev and Shelly”

Fairy and Human Relations Congress
Communication and Co-Creation with Devas, Nature Spirits and the Faery Realms
Friday - Sunday, June 28-30
Skalitude Retreat, Twisp, Washington
See website for registration details   

"The Fairy and Human Relations Congress affects the planet by joining with the nature, devic and other higher realms to bring more peace, love and understanding into the world. Our goal is not to escape the outer world but to positively affect it. At this time of multiple crises affecting humanity we feel it is very important to seek alliances with as many light forces as possible in other realms. Mother Earth and the fairy realms ARE big players in what is transpiring on the planet. Though many deny their existence, the numbers of people who are tuning into the spiritual realms and to the nature spirit/fairy/devic realms is increasing by leaps and bounds. The Congress is one of the vanguard events bringing these people together. We are not a frivolous event although we do have lots of fun and costume up. Our intent is communication and cooperation, not only for our personal selves, but for all of humanity. We are allying ourselves with Mother Earth and with the forces for peace and love on planet Earth.

The 2013 Congress: Igniting Forces of Connection and Manifestation
The time has come for us to consciously unite with our non-physical cohorts and create the reality we want here on Planet Earth! This year we bring our fully human selves into loving relationship with the fairy and devic realms to strengthen our powers of manifestation in joyful union!”

San Francisco Pride
Saturday-Sunday, June 29-30
see website for parade route and detailed schedule

“2013 marks the 42nd anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade. The theme is Embrace, Encourage, Empower and the event will be held over the weekend of June 29 and 30, 2013. With over 200 parade contingents, 300 exhibitors, and more than twenty community-run stages and venues, the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade is the largest gathering of LGBT people and allies in the nation.

The two-day celebration takes place in Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Francisco the last full weekend of June each year. The Parade, which takes place the Sunday morning of the event, kicks off from Beale Street along Market and ends at Market and 8th St. in the heart of downtown San Francisco.”

If you would like to help The Pagan Alliance with their fundraising efforts, to make 2014’s Pagan Pride event possible, you can volunteer on behalf of The Pagan Alliance at San Francisco Pride!

“It's that time of year again! We will be volunteering at SF PRIDE and we need your help! This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and we get more money based on the number of hours we have volunteers signed in!

Saturday, June 29, 2013 we will need volunteers to collect:
1. At the entrances to the Pride celebration in San Francisco Civic Center.
2. At SF Pride’s Donation booth in the Civic Center.
3. On UN Plaza and Civic Center.

Sunday, June 30, 2013 we will need people to collect:
1. At the entrances to the Pride celebration at San Francisco Civic Center.
2. At SF Pride’s Donation booth at Civic Center.
3. On UN Plaza and Civic Center
4. At beverage booths located throughout the Pride celebration site.
5. Along the Parade Route.

There are three shifts for volunteers
1st shift 10:00AM-12:30PM
2nd shift 12:30-3:00PM
3rd shift 3:00-6:00PM

Please email arlynne@thepaganalliance.org to sign up and let her know what day(s)/times you are available.

We need volunteers so that next year's parade/festival can happen!”

Time Travel Weekends
in Historic Old Sacramento
Saturday-Sunday, June 29-30,
and every weekend through August 25
Historic Old Sacramento, 101 I Street, Sacramento

“Get ready to step back in time when the past mingles with the present once again in Old Sacramento! Visitors to Old Sacramento will enjoy lively and interactive street theatre as part of the hugely popular Time Travel Weekends that debuted last year to much applause. The streets of Old Sacramento will come alive with talented performers who put on spontaneous and elaborate skits and performances. Plus, visitors won’t want to miss the highly entertaining Old West stage shows happening daily including the much acclaimed Golden Melodeon Review in the Eagle Theatre.

As you stroll through Old Sacramento on weekends July through August, you might just chance upon historic re-enactments complete with wagons, wild characters with heroes and villains, children’s pioneer craft activities, historic gambling, bowling, juggling, singing, dancing and other forms of musical mastery, military encampments, mining camps, parades, historic events, medicine shows, Civil War cannon firings, and much, much more!”

A lot of the performers in this program are Renaissance Faire and/or Dickens Fair folk!

Director Robert Young, who may look familiar to you if you’ve ever met Mr. Dickens himself, or attended a Mysterium Om ritual at PantheaCon, says:
“THE CURTAIN'S GOING UP - on a new season of Time Travel Weekends in Sacramento City.  The very first melodrama to open the Eagle Theatre in 1849, 'The Bandit Chief', will be reborn on that stage every afternoon. An entertaining show of variety acts will also take stage - jugglers, Shakespearean actors, medicine show, can can, music hall and much more - concluding in the stirring pageant 'Triumph of Eureka'.  Mr. Mark Twain himself will hold forth with his droll humor and entertaining tales. The streets will be bustling with wagons, carriages, parades, music and lively characters.  Will you be there?”

Crossing the Threshold: Young Men's Rites of Passage Week
Monday-Friday, July 29-August 2
Commonweal Garden at Regenerative Design Institute, Bolinas - exact address given upon registration
Ages 11-14

“The Journey from boyhood to manhood takes more than just personal courage and luck; it takes supported and guided action, introspection, vision, initiation and a community to come home to. Join us for a carefully crafted week of stories, earth skills and ecological immersion, games, challenges and reflections designed to inspire inner transformation and bring boys fully enlivened into a world of responsible manhood, surrounded by opportunities for mentorship and long-term community. Commonweal Garden will serve as our home as we grow in understanding of ourselves, our planet and our own unique gifts to the world.
The knowing is in the doing.

Activities will include:
Nature Connection

Bird Language


Plant Wisdom
Ancestral Crafts
Primitive skills
Sit spots
Ritual and ceremony
Self care and love
Singing, dancing and games

$650  Program Fee includes organic meals prepared together, campsite and program materials.”

Saturday, July 13, 9:00AM-6:00PM
Bay Area Thelemic Temple, 130 East 12th Street, Oakland
$35 in advance (before July 1), $0 at the door, includes meals
for more information, contact Glenn Turner at glenn@theurgicon.com

“What is Theurgy?
It is the use of magick to contact the One or a particular God by use of appropriate signs and symbols and thereby achieving information or enlightenment. Personal spiritual development and happiness are generally the goals. The West Coast has many practitioners of magick; our goal is to provide a place for practitioners to exchange ideas and strategies for accomplishing the Great Work.”

Rivertown Revival
Saturday, July 20, 11:00AM-7:00PM
Steamer Landing Park, 6 Copeland Street, Petaluma

“Like you, we love Sonoma County and all of the bounty that it has to offer. For this reason, and many more, we’ve celebrating the 4th year of this local, arts-based, community festival that highlights the Petaluma River and all of the amazing artists who call our county home.   The event includes an art boat race and parade, floating art barges and an all-day festival, which includes local music, art, food and drink and over 40 fabulous local vendors. The Rivertown Revival is sure to be 2013′s most unique and creative summer festival!”

CAYA Fun For Everyone: FaerieWorlds 2013
Friday-Monday, July 26-29
Eugene, Oregon
To be part of the CFE rideshare, please contact Cross Sidhe at cayafunforeveryone@gmail.com

Cross Sidhe says:
“Hello everyone!  This will be the second year that CFE will be offering an adventure to FaerieWorlds in Eugene, Oregon.  For those who are new to FaerieWorlds, it is a three-day Lammas, Faerie, and Music Festival and camp out.  

We will be leaving Crockett at 5:00AM PROMPT!!!  Sleep over is welcomed.  We will arrive at FaerieWorlds about 1:00PM, in time for the opening Lammas celebration.  

The drive home will be a TWO DAY trip.  We will leave FaerieWorlds sometime around noon on July 28 and do an overnight stopover a at a place TBA.  We will arrive home sometime on the 29th.  The trip home will be a leisure trip with stops at all eye candy and shinies.

CFE will be officially camping in the Outer Grove.  However, you may came with us or join your friends.  If you do decide to camp with CFE then lets plan to food, shade structure, mess kits, etc.

Everyone must buy their own ticket.  The earlier you get your ticket the cheaper it is.  I am asking for $50 to help pay for gas round trip.  Low income gas options are available.  Please contact me for info.

As of right now, I have 2 to 3 seats open.  

If you are interested please contact me.

Cross Sidhe”

San Jose Renaissance Faire
Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4, 10:00AM-6:00PM
Guadalupe River Park, 494 West Santa Clara Street, San Jose
Adults $17, ages 13-17, seniors and military $12, ages 6-12 $7, under 6 free
Parking $5.00 at HP Pavilion

“If you love Renaissance Faires, this full-scale, interactive experience is not to be missed. San Jose Renaissance Faire offers you a chance to visit the days of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth I. See brave and bold knights competing for the favor of the Her Majesty's Court and for their lady's affection during full-contact jousts held in the Queen's Tiltyard each day. 700 costumed performers will bring Shakespeare's England to life with parades, pageants, and fun townsfolke, offering continuous entertainment of spectacular variety. You'll enjoy musicians, jugglers, and the ribaldry of actors drawing you even deeper into the Renaissance.”

All Night Stargazing: Sunset thru Sunrise
with Stargazer Li
Saturday, August 10, 6:30PM-7:30AM the following morning
RSVP to info@stargazerli.com for exact location in Sebastopol
$180, adults only
see website for registration details

“Come learn nearly the entire starry sky in one night - during the Perseids meteor shower!

We'll gather before sunset to learn the horizon calendar, then throughout the night in a field under the stars, guided by the visible beam of a green laser, you'll see and learn the movements and constellations, including of most of the zodiac and the lunar mansions, many of the planets, and folklore from different times and cultures, all the while seeing directly the story that's unfolding at this time, dosing with planetary and essence elixirs, and dancing deeply with the cosmos... This night will change your relationship with the starry night sky forever!

Limited Space is available, so Register Soon! This is going to be an epic night!!

This evening is especially for those who have experienced a night under the sky with Stargazer Li before, so we can go even deeper into connection with the cosmos, but it is open to first time stargazers who want an immersion experience!

This is event is for adults only, no kids this time.
We'll be gathering in a field outside Sebastopol, CA
There will be an optional potluck before we begin the evening, and breakfast as an option the next morning. You can stay over on Sunday to sleep before heading out by late afternoon if you'd like. Directions will be emailed to registered participants.
To register:

1)  Email me  info@stargazerli.com  with the names, and email addresses of the people that will be attending, and in how many cars, and where you are coming from. Also, let me know how you are connected to me, and if you've stargazed with me before.

2) Pay a deposit of $60 per participant to hold your spot.            

TOTAL COST for the event:   $180 person, $120 person  (low income)
Join me for this once in a lifetime opportunity to deeply engage with the universe!”

Growing Goddess - A Rites of Passage Journey for Young Women
Monday-Friday, August 12-16,
Commonweal Garden at Regenerative Design Institute, Bolinas - exact address given upon registration
Ages 11-14

“Growing Goddess is a 5-day overnight camp for young women, focused on marking a special time where a girl is stepping through the threshold into womanhood. We create a culture with the support of mentors and close connection to the earth that marks this powerful transition. This Rites of Passage draws out each young woman's gifts, inner resources and glimmering authenticity. We have elders share stories and teachings and create space for the young women to share their own stories of struggle and of hope. The competitiveness between young women easily melts into seeing each other as webs of support.

We will focus on self care through listening to our bodies and honoring our connection to the earth. As young women go through changes in their bodies, minds and spirits, on the way to womanhood, it is essential to have support from community, sisters, elders, and an intimate earth connection. We will learn about the changes within us, and around us and how to approach this ebb and flow in the Wise Woman Tradition.
The knowing is in the doing.

Activities will include:
Nature Connection

Bird Language


Plant Wisdom
Ancestral Crafts
Primitive skills
Sit spots
Ritual and ceremony
Self care and love
Singing, dancing and games

$650  Program Fee includes organic meals prepared together, campsite and program materials.”

Bay Area Tarot Symposium
Saturday-Sunday, August 17-18
Doubletree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose
see website for detailed schedule and registration information

“The first, the original, the only... There is NOTHING like a BATS!

Two days of Tarot-drenched fun and frolic including workshops, presentations, readings in the Pagan Science Reading Room, fabulous schmoozery, and the legendary Tarot Bazaar, featuring Tarot Garden (your source for all things Tarot) and the Millard Fillmore Memorial Spiritualist Temple Garage Sale (the retail arm of the DoD)
Plus! the Raffle of Fabulous Prizes!

The BATS in the Belfry Magickal, Mystical Mixer on Saturday night will feature the Michael Kenny jazz combo and special guest performers.”

Forest Faire
with Community Seed
Saturday, August 24, 10:00AM-5:00PM
40 Thieves Picnic Area, De Laveaga Drive, 850 Branciforte Avenue, Santa Cruz

“Come one, come all!
Community Seed is hosting its first homemade Craft and Psychic Festival, and we’re calling it the Forest Faire!

Live music all day! Everything from folk to ukulele to Celtic to drum circles.
Bring a picnic lunch and make a day of it under the Redwoods.
Live Bellydancing performances!
Lovely handmade jewelry, clothing and magickal wares from local artists

And, down in the grove…..
20 of the best psychics, healers and readers in the bay area, all hand-picked by the Community Seed board of Directors.
Services from any of these wonderful folks will be $20.00 for 20 minutes.
Make an appointment, get a small sample or just meet and talk with any or all of ‘em before making your choice(s).

Make it a magickal day in the woods - and maybe change your life!”

Dr. E.P. Kitty’s Wunderkammer Festival
featuring the Great Sonoma County Handcar Races
Sunday, August 25
Historic Railroad Square, 9 4th Street, Santa Rosa
$8 in advance through April 15, $10 after April 15, children 12 and under freehttp://www.wunderkammerfestival.com

“Wunderkammer blends art and science into one gigantic feat of moving parts, sounds, and people.

Wunderkammer, featuring The Great Sonoma County Handcar Races, represents a public celebration of Mechanical Handcar Races, Visual, Culinary, and Costumed Performing Arts combined with an inclusive concept of Community Participation and Human Ingenuity embracing sustainability, alternative transportation, and good old fashioned fun.

Attractions include:
Children’s Midway
The Luther Burbank Food Circus
Live Music and other Performers
and, of course, the Handcar Races!”

CAYA Fun For Everyone: Burning Man 2014
Monday-Monday, August 26 - September 2
Black Rock Desert, 120 miles north of Reno, Nevada
To be part of the CFE rideshare, please contact Cross Sidhe at cayafunforeveryone@gmail.com

Cross Sidhe says:
“That is right!!!!  I am going back to the Playa and I am taking you with me!!!  I will have 3 to 4 seats open.  Other drivers are most welcome.  Planning will start after Burning Man 2013.  Camp CAYA?  Dome?  Art?  Group Origami?  The possibilities are limitless.”

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