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Thursday, June 20, 2013

4th annual Summer Solstice: Drumming down the Sun

Friday June 21, 2013 
  Rain or Shine (Pavilion shelter in case of
7pm – Sunset (gate locked at 10pm)

Charles Daley Park, Jordan, Town of Lincoln

                          North Service Road, west of Seventh Street, “West Beach”                                     



7pm join us for 'Yoga on the Beach' led by Karen Widmer from Sound Moves for Fitness.    Please bring a yoga mat, or blanket and a small donation for a local charity.


8pm join our Drum Circle led by Erin Amadio from Spirit Flow Healing Arts

Come to watch - or bring a drum - or anything to shake & rattle!

Loonie Donation Appreciated to help defray expenses of event organization.

The Summer Solstice the longest day of the year, has long been held in high esteem by many societies around the world.  Join our community drumming circle to celebrate this day, on Lincoln’s lovely sandy Lake Ontario beach. The grass verge before the beach will allow accessibility for scooters and wheelchairs.  There are no benches or seats, so bring a lawn chair or blanket if you’d like to sit, but be prepared to dance! 

Coming into the park take the right fork up the hill, and walk down to the west beach to the left. For wheelchair parking, coming into the park take left fork (straight ahead). The road to the beach is closed so have to walk in.

This family event is also held at Port Dalhousie's Lakeside Park for the past 15 years, and has grown to become a gathering of about 300 people; parking is difficult. Charles Daley Park has about 50 people or less, so is more intimate.

One Solstice, One Lake, Two Beaches
Lakeside Park beach by carousel or Charles Daley Park west beach.    Co-ordinated by Carla Carlson

Niagara Nature Tours
"Wine, Garden, History, Agriculture & Nature Tours based on the geology of the Niagara Peninsula."
Bonnybank Bed and Breakfast on the banks of the Twenty Mile Creek
to read Carla's nature column(s)

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