The Byron Spirit Festival is thrilled to present The Spirit Village – a daytime wonderland, free to the public on the site of the Mullum Civic Hall, throughout the weekend of March 1-3.
The satge will hold a continuous array of concerts featuring kirtan and other conscious music acts from both around the globe and locally from indigenous Elders. There will also be a Saturday Forum with on the topics of Creativity and Spirituality and a Sunday Youthspeak/Elders Forum. The hugely popular Gyuto monks will again offer readings, sand mandala-creating, and prayers for all in their abundant stall of authentic Tibetan objects and spiritual tools.
Presented by Byron Spirit and Green Gene Kids, The Kids’ Village will cater to parents and their children ages 4 and up. The activities will include: Clay Creations, Indigenous and Conscious Story Telling, Radiant Child Yoga, Dance, Recycled Art and Craft, Living Art with Plants and Herbs, and much more.
Amanda King, worldwide creator of community-engaging installation art, invites everyone to participate in creating the festival’s first community Rangoli – an earth-based collage using only re-cycledmaterials, that will be on display in the Spirit Village. Be creative in finding small, clean objects made of any materials, and drop them off at the festival office in the week before.
Especially selected food stalls featuring organic, freshly-picked produce created by the region’s top chefs will be available all day alongside a number a selection of market stalls, an expansive Chai Tent, street performers and much more.
For confirmation of details and further information visit www.spiritfestival.com.au