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Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2018 - Jan 11 2018

Join us for another fabulous weekend at the largest film festival of its kind. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world by leaving you feeling INSPIRED and MOTIVATED to go out and make a difference in your community and the world. As a festival by activists and for activists, Wild & Scenic is organized and produced by SYRCL (the South Yuba River Citizens League). Since 1983, we’ve been building a community to protect and restore the rivers of our home watershed, from source to sea. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival puts our local work – and yours too – into the broader environmental and social context, and serves to remind us that we’re participants in a global movement for a more wild and scenic world.

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2019 - Jan 17 2019

SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival (Jan 17-21, 2019, Nevada City & Grass Valley, CA) inspires people to heal the earth. Our 5 day event each January is a call to action. Festival-goers are transformed into activists dedicated to saving our threatened planet. - Our environmental and adventure films illustrate the Earth’s beauty. They also show the challenges facing our planet and the communities working to protect it. - We raise resources for SYRCL to recover California’s wild salmon and protect the Yuba River. In addition, SYRCL’s Film Festival On Tour is a national platform for environmental advocacy. -

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2020 - Jan 16 2020

SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival (Jan 16-20, 2020, Nevada City & Grass Valley, CA) inspires people to heal the earth. Our 5 day event each January is a call to action. Festival-goers are transformed into activists dedicated to saving our threatened planet. - Our environmental and adventure films illustrate the Earth’s beauty. They also show the challenges facing our planet and the communities working to protect it. - We raise resources for SYRCL to recover California’s wild salmon and protect the Yuba River. In addition, SYRCL’s Film Festival On Tour is a national platform for environmental advocacy. - www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org -

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WildFire Retreat Spring 2018 - May 25 2018

WildFire is the East Coast's premier spinning and fire arts training camp. Our mission is to spread the spinning arts and build community among spinning artists. - Come spread the spark at WildFire in 2018! - Spring WildFire: May 25th-28th. - Each of our events offers a diverse selection of classes on poi, hoop, dance, teaching, safety, business, performance, drumming... and so much more. Situated on a picturesque CT campground, you will enjoy this "camping" style retreat, where all meals and hot showers are provided. WildFire is the perfect spot for you to share, grow, discover, and learn with our spinning and fire arts community. - With a "participation-based" philosophy, this event is for both established spinners and aspiring beginners. - Each gathering begins on Friday afternoon, at 3pm and last through Monday, at 2pm. Tickets are $140 which includes all classes, your own safety blanket, hot showers, your gift of volunteering some time to allow the price to stay this low, and tents/cabins with mattresses in them if needed. Three great meals a day are also provided, with vegan/vegetarian and allergy-sensitive options available! -

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WildFire Retreat Spring 2019 - May 24 2019

WildFire is the East Coast's premier spinning and fire arts training camp. Our mission is to spread the spinning arts and build community among spinning artists. - Come spread the spark at WildFire in 2019! - Each of our events offers a diverse selection of classes on poi, hoop, dance, teaching, safety, business, performance, drumming... and so much more. Situated on a picturesque CT campground, you will enjoy this "camping" style retreat, where all meals and hot showers are provided. WildFire is the perfect spot for you to share, grow, discover, and learn with our spinning and fire arts community. - With a "participation-based" philosophy, this event is for both established spinners and aspiring beginners. - Each gathering begins on Friday afternoon, at 3pm and last through Monday, at 2pm. Tickets include all classes, your own safety blanket, hot showers, your gift of volunteering some time to allow the price to stay this low, and tents/cabins with mattresses in them if needed. Three great meals a day are also provided, with vegan/vegetarian and allergy-sensitive options available! -

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Winter Nature Retreat for Boys 2017 - Feb 24 2017

This weekend-long retreat will be about learning essential nature skills, basic sustenance needs, wisdom of the ancestors, primitive firemaking and food preparation, animal forms and tracking, ice fishing, navigation, orienteering, safety, climate adjustments, and awareness. We will also have fun, games, handcrafting, bedtime stories around the fire, drumming circles, and discussion circles on sustainability, non-conflict communication and team building. We will be situated in a woodland cabin heated by a woodburning stove in Monmouth County, NJ (Manalapan Township), among 250 acres of woodlands, nature trails, orienteering courses and streams. The program will be led by a group of mentors, teachers and apprentices affiliated with Antinanco Earth Arts School. The group will be limited to 10 children, first registered, first in. Recommended age is 13-17. 

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Winter Wonderland Retreat 2020 - Feb 29 2020

Join us for a winter weekend of nature wonder. The weekend will be about adventure, relaxation, connection, and celebration of the winter season. We will connect deeply to ourselves and the Land, explore its secrets and history, learn how to forage in the winter, make beeswax candles, have morning practices and a dream council. We will also have some winter fun (if we are blessed with snow). Finally, we are preparing some games and surprises for you. Adults, children, elders are all invited. - We will be situated on the magical Columcille Megalith Park grounds, in Bangor, PA. Columcille Megalith park is a wooded park with 20 acres of serene trails, standing rocks and art installations. It is also Sacred Land. Principles of deep respect for the Land and all its beings apply. Leave no Trace. Pickup MOOP (matter out of place). Give to the Land. Leave with your own trash, all of it. Bring your toilet paper and biodegradable soap, towel, sheets, mats, sleeping bags. Full kitchen for food storage and dining is available. -

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Women of the Woods 2020 - Sep 18 2020

Women of the Woods is a women led rewilding retreat located in the beautiful PNW! To us, rewilding means all of the ways we bring ourselves back in sync with the natural world we live in. It is so important, now more than ever, that we learn how to live peacefully and lovingly with each other and nature. Women’s voices have long been missing, and we believe there is power in our stories, power that could change the world. We wish to celebrate that power, the power of women, all women, not just cis gendered women, not just privileged women, because our true power lies in cherishing all experiences. Mother Nature taught us that. - So, come spend the weekend at Camp Singing Wind learning from women, buying from women, and celebrating women. We invite men (all men) to join us in this experience, to shrug off the pressures to lead and fix and instead learn to support and listen. Now is the time to redefine how to be human. - There will be opportunities for learning, sharing, relaxing, dancing, hiking, and building community to support each other. The event is designed around the concepts of Healing, Sustaining, Wilding, and Creating. Living in balance is a multifaceted experience! Take time to introduce yourself to new skills, take time to rejuvenate your spirit and body, take time for yourself, and take time to support the strong and resilient women around you who work for a better world. While you are at it, take some time in the woods. - -

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Yonder Mountain Harvest Music Festival 2012 - Oct 11 2012

Lineup:

Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon, The Jayhawks, Mickey Hart Band, North Mississippi Allstars, Sam Bush, Punch Brothers, Dumpstaphunk, Wookiefoot, Split Lip Rayfield, Cornmeal, Everyone Orchestra, Joe Purdy, Elephant Revival, Mishka, Zach Deputy, The Gourds, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Larry Keel & Natural Bridge, Acoustic Syndicate, Delta Rae, Trampled Under Foot, William Elliott Whitmore, Adam Aijala and Larry Keel, Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra, Brown Bird, HoneyHoney, Delhi 2 Dublin, Mountain Sprout, Moonalice, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Andy Frasco, Blue Martian Tribe, Pert Near Sandstone, White Ghost Shivers, The Ragbirds, Rose’s Pawn Shop, Della Mae, Honey Island Swamp Band, Dirtfoot, The Giving Tree Band, Whistle Pigs, Cas Haley, Levi Lowrey, Blame Sally, Nathan Moore, Jay Nash, Gabriel Kelley, Yarn, Tauk, Bronze Radio Return, The Congress, Mouth, Truckstop Honeymoon, She's a Keeper, Blackfoot Gypsies, Adam Faucett & the Tall Grass, Lightnin’ Malcolm, The Hillbenders, The Hogslop String Band, Deadman Flats, Shedding Watts, MONTU, Sweetwater Rose, Cloud Dog, Mosey West, Brother Bagman, Stiff Necked Fools, ATOMGA, Funk Trek, Grass Crack, Isayah's Allstars, Sunset to Burns, Space Camp, Grazzhopper

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