A Symposium and Workshops to Connect to Our Life-Giving Waters

April 20 – 21, 2013
Grand Junction, CO

Presented by Full Circle Living Initiative of the Grand Valley

As a special, finite gift, Water deserves gratitude and attention. Water Comes First will be a multi-sensory Earth Day experience with Speakers, Film, Photography, Live Music and Celebration to give back to the primordial waters that nourish and give us life. Modern and Indigenous Visionaries will offer practical and life-giving ways to a sustainable future for ourselves and future generations.

SATURDAY, April 20th
8am – 6pm – Water Comes First Convergence
Avalon Theater, Downtown Grand Junction, CO
Day long program with speakers, ceremony, live music, film & photography
SUNDAY, April 21st
7:30am – Gratitude at the Colorado River
Watson Island – S. 7th St.Two 3-hour workshops with Keynote Speakers, Book and Indigenous Art Sales 
9:00am –  Sacred Economics w/Charles Eisenstein
KAFM Radio Room – 1310 Ute Ave.
2:00pm –  Lessons from the Natural World w/Eliot Cowan

KAFM Radio Room – 1310 Ute Ave.

8:00pm – Concert with Timothy Hill
Yoga West Collective – 1025 Main St.

The Mesa Life Project is so grateful to be a huge part of this very important event.  Please take the time to go and visit the Water Comes First Website to learn more about how you can be a part of this special time to give gratitude for our sacred waters.

View and forward a copy of the latest Water Comes First Enews.

We hope to see you all on April 20th!

Thank You!

Mesa Life Project Community

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