Waterfall event celebrates nature’s gift in resourceful way | TheUnion.com

Waterfall event celebrates nature’s gift in resourceful way

INpulse Productions will host a community event Saturday at the St. Joseph’s Cultural Center in Grass Valley. The event, called WaterFall, is a call to consciousness. With the close approaching cold and wet INpulse Productions hopes to gather in celebration of Nature’s greatest winter gift, WATER!

“Even in our time of plenty the conscious use of water and respectful treatment of our local watershed can help ensure its purity and continued use. By dancing, creating, and learning together in the spirit of water we can remind each other to use our natural resources with wisdom and respect,” according to organizers.

The show starts at 7 p.m. with live music until 11. Featuring the music of Waterstrider, an Oakland based band whose whimsical melodies and ecstatic rhythms are enough to drive anyone to dance and enchantment.

Local folk/Celtic favorite a Thousand Years at Sea will also be present with their fine sounds and uplifting spirits. Tajlyn and Mikey Bray, two talented solo musicians, will also perform.

The event will showcase the works of local artists Denise Wey and Lil McGill, their Yuba river landscapes and flowering abstracts are true testaments to the beauty of water. Be sure to check out the booth from Infinite Nose, presented by local perfumer Samuel Schroder, who will be vending natural fragrances.

Information on water conservation will be available at the event. Join this community INpulse for a night of celebration and thanks-giving! For more information, contact inpulse2012@gmail.com

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