Connect with nature at workshop, concerts |

Connect with nature at workshop, concerts

Is the hummingbird in your garden trying to tell you something? Are there messages in the stars and orbiting planets or in the biorhythms of seasons?

Saturday and Sunday hands-on workshops will present the core principles of sacred geometry, permaculture, new cosmology and cooperation with the Devic Realm.

On Saturday evening Canadian singer and songwriter Pauline Le Bel will present her interactive “Universe Story,” bringing to life the astounding perspectives emerging from Astronomy’s current renaissance.

Sunday evening will feature 7th-generation Sitar Masters, Pandit Shivnath Mishra and Deobrat Mishra from India in a performance of thrilling classical Indian Raga on Sitar, Tabla and Tamboura.

People who want to attend the workshops are asked to call (530) 470-2341 to register.

The workshop will be held at 14618 Tyler Foote Road in Nevada City and tuition is $125 for the weekend and $75 for Saturday or Sunday only. The night-time concerts are from $10 to $20.

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