December 23, 2003
Jan 2004 Special Event
holidays (solstice, chanukah, christmas and new years) to you all; may your
lives be blessed with ease, joy and peace. And may you be able to join the
circle for a few holiday events (read on)!
1. TUI IN DURANGO
It is time to register for a day with Tui Wilschinsky! Tui will be
leading a one-day New Year’s workshop in Durango on Saturday January 3rd. We are
blessed to have him – as a senior Dance leader he travels a lot and is often not
available. People here who have spent time with Tui in the past are quite
excited that he’s coming; this is an event to be part of!
"Illuminating the Path of the Heart" Rejuvenate the spirit and lighten
the heart through the Dances of Universal Peace, the singing of bhajans, rounds
and gospel melodies, sacred storytelling, and the Expressive Arts.
We will explore our spiritual journey through movement, sound, poetry, drawing,
sculpture, and humor.
Daytime event, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., with lunchtime potluck.
Evening Dances of Universal Peace, 7 p.m. Mason Center, 12 St off 3rd Ave.,
Durango CO $35 - 60, as you an afford, $50 at the door, includes evening Dance.
Evening Dance only, $10 suggested donation.
To register, contact Sky (me). You are not registered until I have your money,
so you can make out a check to “Kathryn Sky” and send it
Dances c/o Sky
PO Box 4403
Durango CO 81302
Please note “Tui” on the check.
If you can house anyone for that weekend, please let me know! Several people
still need housing. Many many thanks!
2. NEW YEAR’S EVE
We will not be Dancing Saturday December 27, but we will gather on New
Year’s Eve (Wednesday, December 31) for a 5:30 p.m. potluck followed by Dances
beginning about 7 p.m. The theme and the prayer is peace for the new year.
Please join us if you can.
Some upcoming Dance camps and events that I have more information on; new
additions are in red. For a more complete listing,
Dec 31: DURANGO “Global Peace Dance”, potluck and Dances, 5:30
p.m., as we join Dance circles all over the world to pray for peace in the new
Jan 3: DURANGO “Illuminating the Path of the Heart” with Tui Wilschinsky
Jan 2 – 11: Sufi Sesshin – 10 Days of Zikr, Dances and Meditation with
Shabda, Wali Ali and Taj Inayat
Jan 10 – 17: 4th Annual Argentine Dance Leader Training Camp, in Cordoba
Argentina with Tansen from the UK
Jan 16 – 18: Rev. Tasnim Fernandez in Leesburg FL near Orlando.
Jan 17 – 18: “Honoring the Divine Dancer: The Sacred Dance Legacy of Ruth
St. Denis”, NY
Jan 21 – 28, 2004: “Where the Eagle meets the Condor: Dance Leader
training and dance retreat in Peru”, with Darvesha, Grace Marie and Gayan
Feb 13 – 16: “Fragrance of the Beloved”, Amida Harvey in CA, four day
Feb 14 – 21: Dance Retreat in Puerto Morelos, Mexico, with Bernie and
Adrianna, Narayan and Scott Medina
Feb 28 – 29: DURANGO Darvesha will be here to lead a Dance/Meditation
workshop and an afternoon of Sufi teachings
March 5 – 7: “Genesis Now! A Shared Practice of Peace for Jews,
Christians and Muslims” with Saadi, southern Scotland.
March 12 – 14: DURANGO: Adrianna Heideman leads a Byron Katie
workshop, Bernie is our guest Dance leader.
March 19 – 21: Saadi (Dr. Neil Douglas-Klotz) in Prescott AZ
May 7 – 9: “Original Healing: Life, Empowerment and Miracles in the
Aramaic Teaching of Jesus”, with Saadi, southern Scotland
Santa Fe Dance Schedule:
First and third Sunday of each month, 5 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church
(107 West Barcelona Road), September 7 through May 16 (but not on January 4).
$5.00-$10.00 donation requested.
Come join our circle to dance, sing,
chant, and pray for peace .Come as you are — and bring a friend! Please come
fragrance free to all meetings.
Dances are led by Maboud and Tara
Swierkosz, Ahad Cobb, and special guests....
Join our e-mail contact circle for updates and special events. Contact
For more information call 438-0820 or 986-1251.
I also have Prema and Anahata’s 2003- 2004 schedule.
2003 DURANGO DANCE SCHEDULE:
2nd and 4th Saturday
of each month, 7:30 pm
at the Mason Center, located on 12th St, just off of 3rd Ave.
To contact Sky or Susan
visitors since July 8, 2001