Join us for an Autumn Equinox Observation at the Newton Medicine Wheel with Cree Elder Grandma Amy and guests. Pot Luck Picnic to follow.
Come at 11:45 for smudging and settling in.
In case of rain please meet in Room # 4 at the Newton Ice Arena adjacent to the PLOT.
WHAT TO BRING:
Drums or rattles, a quote, plate, cup, cutlery, lawn chair and something to share.
Please dress for the weather.
This is a free community family event, all are welcome. Suitable for families and folks of all ages.
After the Sunday work party and the Indigenous Knowledge Plant Walk at the PLOT.
Thank you Francesca for Hosting!
Join Grandma Amy for a Winter Solstice Observation and Celebration
WHEN: SUNDAY DECEMBER 23
TIME: NOON CEREMONY WITH POT LUCK TO FOLLOW.
For those wishing to make musical RHYTHM STICKS OR RAIN TUBES MEET AT 10 AM in room #4 prior to Ceremony * See below for more detail.
WHERE: ROOM #4 NEWTON REC CENTRE (In the Ice Arena Building) We will walk together to the adjacent Newton Medicine Wheel at NOON weather permitting returning to arena to feast and visit.
ICE ARENA ADDRESS: 7120 136B St, Surrey
WHAT TO BRING: A short poem or quote, something to share for pot luck, drum, rattle or music maker. Please dress for weather. (Bringing your own cup, dishes and cutlery is appreciated)
THIS IS A FREE FAMILY COMMUNITY EVENT! ALL WELCOME!
A reminder of our Work Party tomorrow and an introduction to some new friends at the PLOT SHARING GARDEN!
Calling all friends of the PLOT Old and New. The Garden needs your loving help!!!!
WHEN: Sunday October 21
WHERE: Plot Sharing Garden (Corner 71 Avenue and 137A St)
TIME: Noon to 3 pm
WHAT: Work Party to Get Garden Ready for winter
WHAT TO BRING: If you can please bring garden gloves, weeding bucket, shovel and/or trowel or favorite weeding tool! (~: Finger food snack to share.
The weather looks great this coming weekend so putting out an all points bulletin call for a PLOT work party to help bed down the garden for winter! Lots to do so come out, even if just for an hour or two! Weeding, cutting back and pulling plants as needed.
Lets give this amazing garden it’s due and help it through to see another year of possibilities.
Be wonderful to see you all and work in community together again in the garden.
PLUS!!!!! Three new garden minders seem to have appeared at the PLOT. Photo submitted by PLOTTER Steve W! Rumour has it that this one has two friends!
AND IF ANYONE FEELS CALLED BRING SOME APPROPRIATE OLD GARDEN CLOTHES we can create some New Scarecrows together as we tend the garden!!!
FALL EQUINOX CEREMONY AT THE NEWTON MEDICINE WHEEL
Sunday September 23, Noon to 3pm
Please join us for an Autumn Equinox at the Medicine Wheel with Cree Elder Grandma Amy*,
followed by Pot Luck in Room #4 in the Ice Arena Building.
It will be a time of marking the seasonal change, visiting, relaxing, enjoying the garden and being part of the community!
Candace Brown Bear Woman and other guests will be joining us.
WHAT TO BRING: Plate, Cutlery, Mug, Something to Share, Drum or Rattle etc or a Quote if you wish.
PLEASE DRESS FOR WEATHER and bring a lawn chair if you need to sit during the ceremony.
This is a Free Family and Community Event. Please feel free to share and or invite others.
*SPECIAL NOTE: Grandma Amy is inviting attendees to explore how their own ancestors might have lived in a good way with Mother Earth, how it was integrated into daily lives and how events like Solstice and Equinox might have been celebrated. Contributions Welcome.
Join us for ceremony at the Medicine Wheel with Grandma Amy Sunday June 24 @ noon followed by Pot Luck Picnic.
Candace Brown Bear Woman will be joining us to offer a song.
For those who would like to stay on for the afternoon other activities have been planned by some of the Friends of the PLOT, including a Labyrinth Walk, Wishing Tree Ribbon Tying, Music and Poetry Quote Reading.( Please see attached Flyer)
It will be a day of leaning into community, visiting, relaxing and enjoy the gardens.
Much Gratitude to Grandma Amy for cultivating and creating such a good space for us at the Newton Medicine Wheel.
Much gratitude to Katheren Szabo for creating our flyer and organizing this year’s Summer Solstice event.