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Merida Events: Spring Book Fair & More




Prayers for Peace
Join your fellow Meridanos and people around the world in Parque Santa Ana this Sunday to pray for peace. The details of the gathering are below.

The Spring Book Fair
Everyone is invited to La Feria del Libro de Primavera. The inauguration of the Spring Book Fair will be held in the Portal de Granos (across from the Museum of the City of Merida) on Wednesday, May 14, 2008 through Wednesday, May 21, 2008. Pianist Ligia Cámara will provide the evening’s entertainment. You can read about her here and watch her here. The Spring Book Fair is a joint effort by the Ayuntamiento (City Hall) of Merida, the Asociación Maldonado Editores del Mayab, the Dirección de Literatura del Instituto de Cultura de Yucatán, and the Asociación de Bibliotecarios del Sureste, A.C. (Bisac). The Book Fair hopes to draw in readers from around the state by providing a significant number of titles that are location specific and of interest to those in outlying areas. During the Book Fair, Sara Poot Herrera will moderate two evenings of discussion. The first is on Thursday, May 15. The topic is the Heritage of Civil Protection. The second discussion evening will be on Saturday, May 17. The topic that night is quite exciting because it deals with "Who was reading – and what they were reading – during the time of Sister Juana." Sister Juana (1648 – 1695) was a nun who wrote about women’s rights and became one of Mexico’s most beloved philosophers. Both discussion events will begin at 7:00 PM. An evening of entertainment by Dayron y su Boom will close out the Book Fair on Wednesday, May 21st.  
Location: Portal de Granos (across from the Museum of the City of Merida)
Times: Listed with events throughout the description
Admission: Free, with an invitation to all to attend

Monday (Lunes) May 12, 2008

Yucatan Living Yoga Class
This lovely colonial home in the Centro has regular yoga classes, as well as a small giftshop and a garden for deep breathing after class.
Location: Calle 68 #470A x 55 y 57, Centro
Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Wednesday and Friday, Noon to 1:30 PM with Claudia Guerrero. Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9 PM with Joan Sibila Burckle.
Admission: $75 pesos per class or $560 for 8 classes

Yucatan Living Advanced Yoga Class – Garcia Gineres
Claudia Guerrero teaches yoga class to students who want to deepen their practice. She has studied in Italy and Mexico City and is a student of Vijana yoga and Orit Sen-Gupta in Israel.
Location: Calle 11 # 206 x 24 y 26 in Garcia Gineres
Time: 8 AM to 10 AM Monday
Admission: Call 920 5361 for information

Yucatan Living Conversaciones con Amigos (Conversations with Friends)
Practice Spanish or English with friends. Membership not necessary. The library really needs English-speaking participants, as word is getting out that this is a great place to learn English. It also happens to be a great place to learn Spanish, too, and to make some friends outside of the expat community. Come and participate!
Location
: Merida English Library, Calle 53 #524 x 66 y 68.
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Monday
Admission: Small Donation

Yucatan Living Vaqueria Folkloric Ballet
The signature dance of Yucatan, featuring the Jaranera Orchestra and the City Folkloric Ballet & Trova Yucateca.
Location: Ground floor of the Ayuntamiento in the Plaza Grande (the building with the clock).
Time: All Mondays 9:00 PM Jewish in yucatan
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living The State of Israel After 60 Years of Independence
This event will include an opening speaker, as well as a documentary about the migration of the Jewish Community to Mexico.
Location: Museum of the City of Merida, Calle 58 at 65
Time: 8:00 PM Monday
Admission: Free

Tuesday (Martes) May 13, 2008

Yucatan Living Yoga Class
This lovely colonial home in the Centro has regular yoga classes, as well as a small giftshop and a garden for deep breathing after class.
Location: Calle 68 #470A x 55 y 57, Centro
Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Wednesday and Friday, Noon to 1:30 PM with Claudia Guerrero. Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9 PM with Joan Sibila Burckle.
Admission: $75 pesos per class or $560 for 8 classes

Yucatan Living Yoga Class – Garcia Gineres
Claudia Guerrero teaches yoga class to beginning and intermediate students who want to deepen their practice. She has studied in Italy and Mexico City and is a student of Vijana yoga and Orit Sen-Gupta in Israel.
Location: Calle 11 # 206 x 24 y 26 in Garcia Gineres
Time: 7:30 PM Tuesday
Admission: Call 920 5361 for information

Yucatan Living Remembrance Musicals
This weekly dance has been held every Tuesday night since Valentine’s Day, 1984. Come on out and listen to the Big Band sounds of the 1940s, performed by the wonderful Jaranara Orchestra. Best of all, this is a great place to practice your chachachá and your mambo, or to just sit and watch the people of Merida enjoy dancing under the open skies.
Location: Parque de Santiago, Calle 72 at Calle 59
Time: Every Tuesday at 8:30 PM
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Tuesday of Trova: Los Condes 
Under the direction of Rosendo Palomo. You can preview their albums here.
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 61 at Calle 60
Time: 8:30 PM
Admission: Free

Wednesday (Miércoles) May 14, 2008

Yucatan Living The Spring Book Fair Begins
Don’t forget that tonight’s performance is by the outstanding pianist Ligia Cámara
Location: Portal de Granos (across from the Museum of the City of Merida, Calle 58 at Calle 65)
Times: 7:00 PM
Admission: Free, with an invitation to all to attend

Yucatan Living Advanced Yoga Class – Garcia Gineres
Claudia Guerrero teaches yoga class to students who want to deepen their practice. She has studied in Italy and Mexico City and is a student of Vijana yoga and Orit Sen-Gupta in Israel.
Location: Calle 11 # 206 x 24 y 26 in Garcia Gineres
Time: 8 AM to 10 AM Wednesday
Admission: Call 920 5361 for information

Yucatan Living Yoga Class
This lovely colonial home in the Centro has regular yoga classes, as well as a small giftshop and a garden for deep breathing after class.
Location: Calle 68 #470A x 55 y 57, Centro
Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Wednesday and Friday, Noon to 1:30 PM with Claudia Guerrero. Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9 PM with Joan Sibila Burckle.
Admission: $75 pesos per class or $560 for 8 classes

Yucatan Living Jazz Night at Mercer Cigars
Mercer Cigars is now opening its bar for Jazz every Wednesday night. Enjoy cool live jazz in Merida’s ultimate hip lounge setting.
Location: Prolongacion Montejo 85-3, 15 y 17, Colonia Mexico (next to La Parilla)
Time: Jam starts at 8 PM Wednesday
Phone: 944-3647

Yucatan Living Wednesday in Concert: Maria San Felipe Contigo
Under the direction of Pedro Carlos Herrera.
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 61 at Calle 62
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Live Jazz at Jazzin’ Merida
Tonite, Don’t miss this Wednesday’s Jam Session.
Location: Calle 56 #465 x 53 y 55
Time: Opens 8 PM, Live performances at 9 and 10:50 PM Wednesday
Phone: 924-5628

Thursday (Jueves) May 15, 2008

Yucatan Living Yoga Class
This lovely colonial home in the Centro has regular yoga classes, as well as a small giftshop and a garden for deep breathing after class.
Location: Calle 68 #470A x 55 y 57, Centro
Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Wednesday and Friday, Noon to 1:30 PM with Claudia Guerrero. Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9 PM with Joan Sibila Burckle.
Admission: $75 pesos per class or $560 for 8 classes

Yucatan Living Yoga Class – Garcia Gineres
Claudia Guerrero teaches yoga class to beginning and intermediate students. She has studied in Italy and Mexico City and is a student of Vijana yoga and Orit Sen-Gupta in Israel.
Location: Calle 11 # 206 x 24 y 26 in Garcia Gineres
Time: 7:30 PM Thursday
Admission: Call 920 5361 for information

Yucatan Living To Remember is to Live
This is a dance that begins early and ends at a reasonable hour. Music is provided by the Jaranara Orchestra with their signature Big Band sound.
Location: Parque Zoológico del Centenario (The Zoo), Calle 59 at Avenida Itzaes
Time: 4:00 PM Thursday
Admission: free

Yucatan Living AA Meeting in English
Location: Merida English Library, Calle 53 #524 x 66 y 68
Time: 7:00 PM Thursday

Yucatan Living Classic Cinema Double Feature: Day of the Teacher Series
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 62 at Calle 61Blue Angel Movie
Admission: Free

First Feature: El Brigadista
(Cuba, 1977) The Cuban national film industry artistically confronts the historical effects of U.S. domination and aggression.
Time: 6:00 PM Thursday

Second Feature: The Blue Angel
(Germany, 1930). This is the film that made Marlene Dietrich famous. This Josef Von Sternberg film, based on Heinrich Mann’s novel PROFESSOR UNRAT, made Marlene Dietrich a star and began a tumultuous relationship between star and director that spanned Sternberg’s most creative period. The film stars Emil Jannings as Dr. Immanuel Rath, a provincial prep school teacher who becomes incensed when he learns his boys have become infatuated with Lola Lola (Dietrich), a cabaret singer. Heading to the Blue Angel, a nightclub, to catch his pupils, Rath instead becomes bewitched by the sensuous Lola himself, beginning an obsession that drives him to the depths of despair. Visionary, haunting, and emotionally unrelenting, THE BLUE ANGEL stands as Sternberg’s crowning achievement. Filmed in both German and English simultaneously, the German version is considered superior to its English language counterpart. Review from Cine-23-Cine.
Time: 8:00 PM Thursday

Yucatan Living Poker Night at Mercer CigarsPoker Night at Mercer Cigars
Thursday night is poker night at Mercer Cigars. Everyone who participates gets a free Cuban cigar. Complimentary refreshments will be served, and beer, wine, food and cigars are available. Call for more information or to reserve your spot!
Location: Prolongacion Montejo 85-3, 15 y 17, Colonia Mexico (next to La Parilla)
Time: 8:30 P.M Thursday
Phone: 944-3647

Yucatan Living Live Jazz at Jazzin’ Merida

Tonite’s performance is by the talented Steel Jazz Trio.
Location: Calle 56 #465 x 53 y 55
Time: Opens 8 PM, Live performances at 9 and 10:50 PM Thursday
Phone: 924-5628

Yucatan Living Yucatan Serenade of Santa Lucia
This is the defining serenade of Merida and has been performed every Thursday night for over 40 years. Parque Santa Lucia is the center of Merida’s romantic heart – and has the alter to prove it. If you are a visitor, make sure to get to this particular serenade. It is well worth being part of your first memory of Merida.
Location: Parque de Santa Lucia, Calle 60 at Calle 55
Time: 9:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Friday (Viernes) May 16, 2008

Yucatan Living Yoga Class
This lovely colonial home in the Centro has regular yoga classes, as well as a small giftshop and a garden for deep breathing after class.
Location: Calle 68 #470A x 55 y 57, Centro
Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Wednesday and Friday, Noon to 1:30 PM with Claudia Guerrero. Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 PM to 9 PM with Joan Sibila Burckle.
Admission: $75 pesos per class or $560 for 8 classesLa Traviatta in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Giuseppe Verdi’s "La Traviata"
This will be one of the most important performances of the year! The soloists for this event are Russian soprano Nina Vitol and two of Mexico’s finest operatic voices – tenor Arturo Martin and baritone Jesus Suaste. La Traviata translates as "The Lady Who Strayed" and is based on "The Lady of the Camelias," a novel by Alexander Dumas. This is the first time this opera has been presented, in its entirety, in the State of Yucatan, so we strongly urge our readers to get your tickets as early as possible!
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras
Time: May 16, 20, 22, and 24 at 9:00 PM, May 18 at 6:00 PM Friday
Admission: $350, $300, $250, and $150 MX

Yucatan Living Inauguration of the Exposition: Phases
Presented by: Mtra. Eugenia Cortes
Location: Centro Cultural Jose Marti / Parque de las Americas, Calle 20 at Avenida Colon
Time: 8:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Baila Merida (Merida Dances)
We’ve been missing this dance for several months and are glad to see it back. Tonight: Grupo los Autenticos
Location: Colonia San Sebastian, Calle 77 x 72
Time: 8:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living MEL-O Nights
This event takes place on the third Friday of every month and is a chance for Yucatecos and expats to meet in an informal garden setting. It is a night when new friendships are made and old friendships are renewed. There is a cash bar and great botanas. Everyone is invited to join in and, as always, donations of appetizers are appreciated. For more information, you may call the Library at: 924-8401.
Location: Merida English Library
Time: 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM quinceanera movie Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Quinceanera
Directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland. Starring: Jesus Castanos, Araceli Guzman-Rico and Emily Rios. Synopsis: As Magdalena’s 15th birthday approaches, her life is complicated by the discovery that she is pregnant. We’ve seen this movie and can highly recommend it.

Location: Videosala of the University Cultural Center
Time: 6:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Tiempo de Morir (Time to Die)
(Mexico, 1965) Directed by Arturo Ripstein. Synopsis: After spending 18 years in jail for killing a man, Juan Sayago returns to his village to live in peace. This does not sit well with the children of the murdered man.
Location: Videosala of the Olimpo, Calle 61 at Calle 62
Time: 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Documentary: El Tunel (The Tunnel) and Cuando la justicia se hace pueblo "Reclaiming Justice"
Casa de la Cultura Elena Poniatowska is screening two short documentaries. One that portrays the reality of the Mexican courts and the justification for the implementation of oral trials, and "Reclaiming Justice" is the story of 42 Mixteco and Tlapaneco communities in the Costa-Monta region of Guerrero who, faced with injustice and corruption of local authorities and established the Indigenous Community Police (ICP) in 1995. Both documentaries are Spanish with English subtitles.
Location: La 68, Calle 68 # 470a x 55
Time: 9 PM
Admission: $20 pesos

Yucatan Living Live Jazz at Jazzin’ Merida
Tonite’s music features Rene Monte Rosa, local jazz pianist that is developing quite a local following. He plays both standards and originals.
Location: Calle 56 #465 x 53 y 55
Time: Opens 8 PM, Live performances at 9 and 10:50 PM Friday
Phone: 924-5628

Saturday (Sabado) May 17, 2008Children's Story Hour at MEL in Merida

Yucatan Living Children’s Story Hour
MEL is always in need of additional volunteers for the Children’s Story Hour on Saturday mornings. A time for reading children’s books in English and Spanish.
Location: Merida English Library, Calle 53 #524 x 66 y 68
Time: 10:00 AM Every Saturday morning
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Virtual Conference: Conditions and Possibilities for Life in the Universe
This should be quite an interesting conference. 
Location: The Planetarium in the Olimpo, Calle 61 at Calle 62
Time: 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Noche Mexicana (Mexican Night)
Each Saturday night, there is a performance on an outdoor stage here, often from a musical or dance group from another part of Mexico . Chairs are set up for the audience, but there is often standing room only. Booths selling food and handcrafts are set up in the park. The purpose of this performance is to bring all of Mexico to Merida and to our tourists from all over the world.
Location: Beginning of Paseo Montejo, Calle 56 A between 47 and 49
Time:
8:00 PM Saturday
Admission:
Free

Yucatan Living Theater: The Importance of Being Earnest
A favorite since 1895, this Oscar Wilde play is directed by Raquel Araujo from an adaptation by Jose Ramon Enriquez.
Location: Auditorium of the OlimpoThe good, the bad and the Ugly movie, Calle 61 at Calle 62
Time: 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM Saturday
Admission: General: $60 MXP, Students and INAPAM $30 MXP

Yucatan Living Movie: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
(Italy, Spain, 1966). The very definition of spaghetti Western, starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef. What a great walk back in time!
Location: Videosala of the Olimpo, Calle 61 at Calle 62
Time: 7:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living En El Corazón de Mérida(In the Heart of Merida)
Live music, including jazz, salsa and trova, held on various stages around the Plaza Grande. Many of the streets leading to the Plaza are closed to all but foot traffic, and the restaurants and bars put their chairs and tables outside in the streets. This is a night designed for that Saturday night date, but they’ve got all of the shops open for business too.
Location: Plaza Grande, Calle 61 at Calle 60
Time: Saturday nights, from 9:00 PM to 2:00 AM
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Papalotzin monarch butterfly papalotzin
When autumn arrives, Monarch butterflies begin the lengthy journey from southern Canada and northern United States to spend the winter under the protection of the pine and fir forests of the States of Michoacan and Mexico in central Mexico… A journey of discovery and adventure, of science and wisdom that will follow the extreme challenges of the Monarch butterfly, migrating these massive distances every year. Learn more at: www.papalotzin.com
Location: La 68, Calle 68 # 470a x 55
Time: 9 PM
Admission: $20 pesos

Yucatan Living Live Jazz at Jazzin’ Merida
Tonite Toriya Mareya again graces the stage with her unique brand of Latin Jazz. Don’t miss the chance to see this world-renowned jazz musician who has chosen to spend a few months in Merida… lucky us!!
Location: Calle 56 #465 x 53 y 55
Time: Opens 8 PM, Live performances at 9 and 10:50 PM Saturday
Phone: 924-5628

Sunday (Domingo) May 18, 2008

Symphony Of Peace Prayers peace pole project in Merida
Around the world on this day, people will be standing together and praying for peace. In Merida, the place to do this will be at Santa Ana Park. If you can, dress all in white and bring white flowers. There is a Peace Pole, we’re told, in Santa Ana Park, and the prayers will probably center around that. This is a UNESCO supported event, and people like Pope John Paul II, the Dalai Lama and Jimmy Carter will be participating. People of all races, religions and colors are welcomed… even expats!! For more information about events around the world, go to the website. (http://www.worldpeace.org/)
Location: Santa Ana Park, Calle 60 at Calle 47
Time: 6:30 PM Sunday
Admission: Free… just bring your prayers for peace!

Yucatan Living A Play Date for DogsDog Park in Merida
The popular play date for dogs is getting very popular! Last week, we had TEN dogs all getting to know each other (we call that ‘socializing’ and it’s very important for dogs… ) Come and join Zoe, Pepper, URL, Mali, Ms. Kitty, Champ, Popcorn, China, Manny and more… and of course, bring your four-legged and most loyal friend. We know it’s hard to get up early on Sunday, but once you see those puppies playing, you’ll decide it’s all worth it. Its hot outside, and we have some shade, but don’t forget to bring water for you and for your dog.
Location: Calle 75 #507 between 62 and 64 (behind a big metal door, that now has a sign…knock!)
Time: 7:30 AM Sunday
Admission: Free for now. We’re going to discuss a future dog park!

Yucatan Living Documentary: Alien Planet 2
This should be a great documentary for all ages!
Location: Museum of Natural History, Calle 59, just east of Avenida Itzaes
Time: 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Matinee Movie: Sinbad 3-D: The Legend of the Sea
An animated adventure sure to hold the attention of children of all ages.
Location: Videosala of the University Cultural Center
Time: 10:30 AM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living The International Day of Museums
Today, at the Museum of the City of Merida, there will be guided tours, workshops, and "many surprises." With all that has been going on at this museum lately, we cannot even imagine what a special day this will be!
Location: Museum of the City of Merida, Calle 58 at Calle 65
Time: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living The Bici-Ruta
Bicycle Route on Sundays in MeridaThe Bici-Ruta begins early, at 8:00 AM, though we see them setting up as early as 7:00 am, and ends at noon. The route usually begins in Ermita, but there is construction there right now, so we’re guessing it starts in San Juan, passes through the Centro up Calle 60 and then travels down Paseo de Montejo, to include Fiesta Americana. If you want to play chess, go to the sidewalk outside the Museum of Anthropology on Paseo de Montejo at 9 am and pick up a game! There is a complete listing of activities, including sports, music, and craft events on the Bici-Ruta website
Location: Begins at Parque de la Ermita, through the Plaza Grande and Ends at the glorieta on Prolongation Paseo Montejo (by Burger King).
Time: 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Mérida en Domingo
Sunday downtown is a spectacular tradition in Mérida. Start at the center of town, where booths are set up all around the Plaza Grande. Inside the plaza, you can find huipiles, guayaberas, honey, dolls, bags, tee-shirts… and everything is made for sale by the local people of the Yucatan. The outer ring of booths are selling food: marquesitas, tacos, cochinita, ice cream (try the coconut), fruit, drinks, etc. If the crowd starts to get to you, wander up Calle 60 to Santa Lucia Park (at Calle 55), where you can also find antiques, old books and other curiosities. At that lovely park, there is also live music, lots of dancing, and great food.
Location: In the Centro Historico: Plaza Grande, Parque Santa Lucia (Calle 60 x 55) and MACAY Museum (Calle 60 between 61 and 63)
Time: 9:00 AM until 9:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free, of course…

Yucatan Living Sunday Art on Paseo de Montejo
Every Sunday there are artists displaying and selling their fine art along Paseo Montejo. There are usually 20 or more artists showing their paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints and more. This is your chance to meet the artists, see what’s new and maybe pick up something great for those big empty walls in your new renovated home in Merida or that house by the beach.
Location: Paseo de Montejo in front of VIPS (on the southeast corner of Avenida Colon, across from WalMart)
Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Sunday at the MACAY
There is a musical concert in the garden at the MACAY Museum, just off the Paseo de la Revolución next to the main cathedral. If the Merida en Domingo crowd starts to get to you, go to the museum (entrance is free). Sit around the fountain or walk through the galleries and listen to the live music.
Location: In the Garden at the MACAY (next to the Cathedral)
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Giuseppe Verdi’s "La Traviata"
This will be one of the most important performances of the year! The soloists for this event are Russian soprano Nina Vitol and two of Mexico’s finest operatic voices – tenor Arturo Martin and baritone Jesus Suaste. La Traviata translates as "The Lady Who Strayed" and is based on "The Lady of the Camelias," a novel by Alexander Dumas. This is the first time this opera has been presented, in its entirety, in the State of Yucatan, so we strongly urge our readers to get your tickets as early as possible!
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras
Time: May 16, 20, 22, and 24 at 9:00 PM, May 18 at 6:00 PM Sunday
Admission: $350, $300, $250, and $150 MXP

Yucatan Living Concert: El Regreso
A performance by the Camerata Academica de Merida under the expert direction of Mtro. Jose Luis Chan Sabido. 
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo
Time: 6:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

You Might Be Interested In:
UADY: Continuing Education Classes (in Spanish)
For a complete list of continuing education classes at UADY, along with location, tuition, and contact persons, visit Cursos Educaion Continua FIQ – UADY. It caught my eye because of the chemistry, but then discovered that UADY has something for everyone. If you speak Spanish, UADY is a great place to continue with your life-long learning experience.

Coming next week:

The Maya Cosmic University will be celebrating the full moon with a Women’s Mayan Full Moon Ceremony. The ceremony will be conducted by Trudy Woodcock, who invites any interested women to participate. The ceremony will begin at 7 pm and will finish with a potluck dinner. For more information, contact Trudy Woodcock at trudy [at] iluminado-tours [dot] com.

 


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