Every year since 2008 WR Nonviolence has organized a Human Peace Sign on the International Day Of Peace, the first day of the 10-day IDOPAN celebration.
This year we’re partnering with Bobcat Bartolo and the Liberation, who will again be recognizing the International Day of Peace on 21 September as part of Peace Week, with another installment of An Evening of Peace. This year Bobcat Bartolo is teaming up with Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company, and we’ll be releasing more details as we move closer to the day.
Jenniefer Stronge came to the Nonviolence Day In The Park on Saturday, 20 July 2019 and interviewed a performer: Bobcat Bartolo and the Liberation; a visitor: Scott Heer; an exhibitor: Mo Markham (KW Animal Save, KW Climate Save); and the organizer, our very own Matthew Albrecht!
The interview aired on Monday, 29 July 2019 on the CKMS Community Connections show. It starts at 4m20s.
Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-07-29.mp3 (165 MiBytes, 1h59m55s)
Saturday, 20 July 2019 from Noon to 5:00pm!
We’ve got a great lineup of talent at the 15th Annual Nonviolence Day In The Park! There are returning guests, and brand new acts:
Area of Reflection
- Walk the Labyrinth – Enjoy yoga, meditation and Zentangle sessions.
- Pick your fortune – Express your Gratitude on our Gratitude Tree.
In Our Zen Den
Three separate sessions of Kundalini Yoga
12:00pm , 12:30pm , 1:00pm – Presented by Peggy McIntosh
Sessions are 20-25 minutes each.
Peggy will offer Anger-tempering and temper cooling sessions in Breath work, Movement and Meditation from the Kundalini Yoga Tradition, as taught by Yogi Bhajan.
2:00 PM : – Presented by Tina Coutts
“The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.” – Zentangle Headquarters
T-Untangling offers the Zentangle method as a way to mindfully focus on the moment, relieving stress and bringing relaxation “one stroke at a time.”
2:00 pm: – Presented by Karen Lord
Please meet by the Labyrinth for this yoga session.
3:00 pm: – Presented by Tina Coutts
Mandalas: Explore simple, basic, techniques to create your own mandalas. Mandalas can be found through out many cultures, expressing spirituality and mindfulness. We will explore some easy techniques and patterns to begin your mandala practice.
- 11:30 Bobcat Bortolo & the Liberation
- 12:00 Sahaja Yoga
- 12:30 Barb & Allen
- 1:00 Arisha School of Dance
- 1:30 Lotus Meditation
- 2:00 Acoustic Steel
- 4:00 The Boys & I