Days are shortening as night lengthens bringing us to the Autumn Equinox when day and night are equal, officially marking the beginning of Fall. Come join Hayfork Cooperative to celebrate the ripeness of harvest season and to prepare our bodies for the coming winter. What a fine evening of celebration and preparation we will have thanks to three fine women from the Trinity Alliance for the Healing Arts (TAHA) who will lead us in this. We will gather on Tuesday, September 20, from 7 to 9 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 State hwy. 3 in Hayfork.
Mari will open the evening in prayer and will close it with her healing, singing bowls. These crystal and stone bowls present the power and wonder of sound in a unique and beautiful way. After the opening Margaret Richards, who teaches SongKeepers classes, will take us on a fun and healing journey into group singing in honor of the abundance of nature and our lives in Trinity. Rhyssa Scott-Smith will tell us about TAHA’s vision, history, offerings, and the TAHA Community Wellness Center. It is located at 140 south Main Street, intersecting Oregon Street in Weaverville where you are welcome. The addresses for their cool, colorful informative websies are http://www.trinityallianceforthehealingarts.org/ and www.facebook.com/TAHACommunityWellnessCenter/.
These women will also have some of the products for sale that they make from their explorations into sources of healing. Do join them and Hayfork Cooperative for an informative, enjoyable and healing evening.