• Core Values

    1. Careful Planning and Preparation

    2. Inclusion and Demographic Diversity

    3. Collaboration and Shared Purpose

    4. Openness and Learning

    5. Transparency and Trust

    6. Impact and Action

    7. Sustained Engagement and Participatory Culture

    8. Commitment to Civil Dialogue

  • Topical Teams

    1. Arts/Culture/Recreation
    2. Community/Civic Capacity
    3. Economy
    4. Education
    5. Environment
    6. Families & Youth
    7. Health
    8. Housing
    9. Physical Infrastructure
    10. Public Safety
    11. Transportation
    12. Faith

Arts – Economy

MARK THE DATE!

Kenosis Spirit Keepers Benefit Event:  Saturday, May 1st from 5:30 to 8:30pm

Benefit Concert and Wine Tasting at The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture – Pueblo Room, 147 N. Arizona Ave., Prescott, AZ

JOIN US FOR AN ECLECTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL THAT FOLKS LOOK FORWARD TO ALL YEAR…

 …AND KNOW THAT YOU ARE SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS TRADITIONS IN DANGER OF DECIMATION.

Tickets: $25 in advance or $35 at the door (limited availability)

FEATURING:

     * AZ Rhythm Connection Drum Circle with Frank Thompson
                + Bring your percussion instruments to jam with Frank. 

    * “Synaptic Soul” high energy music group from Scottsdale

    * RIO Flamenco with Tony & Anna Cocilovo, Leova Mejia & Billy Deal

    * Inspiring Guitarist Rita Cantu

    * Native American Flute by Sunny Heartley from Sedona

    * Indigenous Wisdom Slide Show: Carla Woody & Hopi elder Harold Joseph

    * Handcrafted Hopi tacos and refreshments for purchase

    * Silent Auction of unique fair trade items from Bali, Mexico & Peru and more . . .

Kenosis Spirit Keepers preserves Indigenous wisdom as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

PROCEEDS SUPPORT:

·         U.S. Native people and young adults to journey to Peru & Mexico to share wisdom traditions;

·         Community-building projects in Indigenous villages, Spirit Keeper Series; and

·         Films of sacred rituals to raise awareness of the fragility of Indigenous cultures and the importance they be sustained.    

Tickets  $25 in advance  or $35 at the door – limited availability.

Purchase advance tickets at Adventure Travel, 130 Grove Ave., Prescott, before Friday, 4-30 by 12 noon.  928-771-0144.

Credit cards accepted via PayPal online at   www.kenosisspiritkeepers.org

Cash and checks only accepted at the event.

For information:  Call 928-778-1058 or email info@kenosisspiritkeepers.org

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