:: 29-30 April 2011Times
:: Friday 29 April Film Screening :: 7:30pm–10:00pm
Saturday 30 April Teaching Workshop :: 10:00am-3:00pmTickets for Film Screening 29 April
:: $15 Advanced | $20 DoorTickets for Workshop 30 April
:: $100 (includes vegetarian lunch)Location
:: Agape International Spiritual Center
5700 Buckingham Parkway, Culver City, CA 90230Registration
:: Click HereThe 13 Grandmothers Council Timeless Message TourLos Angeles Screening & Teaching Workshop
Produced by Center for Sacred Studies
with SureThing Productions Co-Sponsored by Agape International Spiritual Center, Cafe Gratitude and Project Butterfly
The 25 city tour “For the Next 7 Generations” Timeless Message Tour features two of the Grandmothers from the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
at a screening of their documentary "For the Next 7 Generations"
and a teaching workshop. Grandmothers Agnes Pilgrim Baker, Takelma Elder from Oregon and Margaret Behan, Arapahoe-Cheyenne Elder from Montana.
Originating from all four corners of the world, these 13 wise women elders, shamans and medicine women first came together in 2004 at a peace gathering. Moved by their concern for our planet, they formed an alliance for a peaceful and sustainable planet. They have since traveled the world holding council and ceremony. Their wisdom, shared with simple clarity, shines through the confusion of these times. Join the Grandmothers for these very special events as they teach from perspectives ancient as humanity, yet timeless in it’s wisdom and relevancy.
Screening of “For the Next 7 Generations” - Friday, April 29
The Grandmothers will share their mission and introduce the film documenting the coming together of the Grandmothers Council. A short Q & A will follow the screening. Teaching Workshop with the Grandmothers - Saturday, April 30
Enjoy intimate time with the Grandmothers as they open up to Spirit, sharing Spiritual messages with us. They cannot say what will happen, as Spirit will guide them in the moment. Advance tickets for both events available at: www.agapelive.comAgnes Baker-Pilgrim
is the oldest living member of her tribe, the Takelma Indians, originally from Southern Oregon. Agnes is a world renowned spiritual leader, member of the Historic Society and keeper of the Sacred Salmon Ceremony.Margaret Behan
, Arapahoe-Cheyenne, fourth generation of the Sand Creek Massacre. Margaret is a Cheyenne traditional dancer. She has served as a dance leader in Oklahoma and in powwows across the U.S. She is a sculptress for 30 years, she creates clay figurines that have won her many honors.
Margaret is also an accomplished and published author, poet and playwright. She has presented workshops and retreats for women, adult children of alcoholics and co-dependents. Margaret is currently taking an active role as a leader of her tribe as a teacher of Cheyenne Culture and the President of the Cheyenne Elders Council.
For more information about the Grandmothers, their dvd and their affiliates:www.grandmotherscouncil.org