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volunteer winter pageant

>volunteers needed to be whirling dervish dancers & lantern bearers for
>Odyssey of the Earth: Winter Pageant SATURDAY, JANUARY  29,  2000
>call: 212-777-7969 more inf0
>Please post and distribute this message, thanks
>>>>5th annual
>>>>>An illuminated parade  and performance
>>>>>to celebrate our gardens, our community, our city, & our earth
>>>>>in the new millennium
>>>>>Features:  a galaxy of glowing lanterns,
>>>>>giant winter puppets,  & spectacular glittering  costumes
>>>>>SATURDAY, JANUARY  29,  2000
>>>>>(Storm Date: Sunday, January 30)
>>>>>@ 7 pm
>>>>>Starts: 638 East 6th Street (bet. Aves. B & C),
>>>>>Lower East Side, New York City
>>>>>Route:  Wraps around Tompkins Square Park
>>>>>Performance: La Plaza Cultural Garden (9th St. Ave. C - SW corner)
>>>>>Earth Celebrations' Odyssey of the Earth: Winter Pageant, on Saturday
>>>>>January, 29, 2000,  is a creative community action of hope to
>>>>>celebrate and
>>>>>preserve New York City's community gardens.  Hundreds of city
>>>>>gardeners and
>>>>>residents dance through the cold winter streets in the spectacular
>>>>>pageant. The parade wraps around Tompkins Square Park with over 30 glowing
>>>>>lanterns, giant puppets of Father Winter and The Future, and spectacular
>>>>>costumed glittering snowflakes, whirling dervishes, and illuminated
>>>>>cocoons. The music of the Hungry March Band, and dancing bell chorus, lead
>>>>>the parade. The pageant winds its way into the La Plaza Cultural
>>>>>Garden 9th
>>>>>Street & Avenue C (sw corner),  for a Winter Spectacle & Ceremony
>>>>>featuring: Tammy Stronach Dance Company among the frozen trees and bare
>>>>>bushes; a light sculpture gardenscape; original music performed by Kochek
>>>>>Swaminathan with mk7, Jason Peterson and  singer-Judy Skye, The
>>>>>Eternalists, and  opera singer, Sylvie Jensen. Highlights include,  an
>>>>>illuminated Winter Angel by local artist Steve Jones, that flies off a 6
>>>>>story building and into the garden, celebrating the coming light, spring
>>>>>and hope to save the gardens. Hot cider and roasted apples warm the
>>>>>The Winter Pageant is a project of Earth Celebrations, a non-profit
>>>>>organization dedicated to fostering ecological awareness through the arts.
>>>>>Since 1991, Earth Celebrations has been working to preserve the community
>>>>>gardens threatened with destruction by development plans through
>>>>>and creative projects

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