No, it’s not yet October…
but I needed to get you some now concretized details about some quickly up-coming gatherings…
And, even though the word “September” is prettier than “October,” I’m kinda ready for pumpkins and crunchy leaves underfoot and endless chocolate.
Thursday, September 20th – Weekly dance in Fort Collins – 346 E Mountain Ave – 7:30 PM – suggested donation $10 – I’ll be there to lead
NEW MEXICO – Friday, September 21st – Chant with me in Silver City – 1600 Slag Rd (call Wind for directions 575-534-9208) – 6 PM
NEW MEXICO – Saturday, September 22nd – Dance of Universal Peace with me in Silver City – 315 N Bullard St (above Leyba and Ingalls Art Supply and Gallery) – 6 PM
NEW MEXICO – Sunday, September 23rd – Chant with me in Albuquerque – 2109 Eton SE – 6:30 PM – Contact Jude (505)450-1730 or Zhenya (505)227-7965
Tuesday, September 25th – Women’s Dance in Denver – led by Mary Ellen and Sharon – St Barnabas Church (1280 Vine St) – 7 PM – suggested donation $8
Wednesday, September 26th – I lead the Denver Dance – Clayton Learning Center (Northwest corner Colorado and MLK Jr Blvd) – 7:30 – $10
Thursday, September 27th – I lead the Fort Collins Dance – 7:30 PM – $10 suggested
Saturday, September 29th – Dance leader training in Denver – 10 AM to 5 PM – at the Living Earth Center (2120 S Holly St, $9) – $20 to $120 suggested donation – RSVP – RSVP – RSVP – RSVP – That means… please tell me if you are planning to attend… I really do need to know.
Sunday, September 30th – Chant – 7 PM – 135 Circle Drive, F.C. – $7 suggested donation
Tuesday, October 2nd – Mama Sing at Avo’s
Tuesday, October 2nd – Dance at Sunrise Ranch
Wednesday, October 3rd – I lead Denver Dance again.
I’ll have the complete October schedule to you in another week or so.
Hey, I’ve heard that certain times of morning or afternoon, the angle of the Sun in relation to your position on earth no longer poses a sunburn threat.
Does anyone know the angle? It seems that the further we get into autumn, the more we should be able to just hang out in the blazing sunlight without concern.
Someone please verify this for me so I can tell my skin to stop having this pink-ified tantrum about too much sun-exposure.
It’s no fun.