Thursday, September 15, 2016

The Power of Story*

 *with a nod of acknowledgement to Terri Windling, who presented a talk of the same name "The Power of Story". There are so many versions of myth to spread the magic of story.

Sometimes life in the civilized world creates symptoms & situations that demand crossing borders for remedy & solutions. A massage helps, a prescription might do, but often it’s ...

Story these symptoms crave. 


Mokihana Calizar will be at the South Whidbey Tilth Farmers' Market with her husband Pete Little telling a Hawaiian tale "Pele and Lono", and strumming her ukulele between and betwicks. She invites the audience to join in group readings. First, the reading of the original medicine of"The Safety Pin Cafe", and then a freshly minted story for the Tilth land, called "Feed the Land."
This is a medicine story about land, not property, about people, not consumers, about community not ownership, about pirates dressed in everyday clothes, about hearts and souls craving remedy and solutions that criss-cross the borders.

Your DONATIONS will benefit the work of Real Change, a Seattle-based group which "exists to provide opportunity and a voice for low-income and homeless people while taking action for economic, social and racial justice", and South Whidbey Homeless Coalition (SWHC) whose mission is to "Help us make homeless a brief and rare experience in our community."

Mokihana Calizar is a Hawaiian storyteller, blogger and writer of medicine stories. She lives with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, and knows first-hand the issues of homelessness and life on the edges of a civilized society. 

Come FRAGRANCE FREE, suspend your disbelief and be open to create a more robust version of reality.

Sunday, September 25, 2016
The stories will start at 
11:30 A.M.
And end when the last word is told.
Where: South Whidbey Tilth Farmers' Market
Corner of Thompson Road and Highway 525

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