Hawkfest Florida

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Date:
February 25-28, 2016

Cost:
$60.00/person age 15+ for whole event (14 and under are free).

Classes:
Afternoon Hawkjam by Anthony Darmana (Friday & Saturday)
Kai Chi by Charles Robinson (Saturday)
Kundalini Chakra Dance by Astarte Tzighan
Talking Drum & African History Rythming & History by Seyba Diouf
Veil Workshop by Sherry Stamback Turansky
Drum Assembly & Tuning by Bezl LaBonte
Flute Workshop by Spider
Moving with Spirit by Brittany Renee Grant
This will be a free flow dance workshop focusing on how to tap into your own unique spirit dance. Using this free form to raise energy is one of the most powerful ways of helping to manifest ones desires. When we remove our self created blockages magick happens. Brittany Renee Grant has been dancing and performing her whole life with a background in Tribal fusion bell dance, African dance, and free form. She has performed with Earth Drum Tribe, the Melbourne drum tribe, and is currently a creative member of the Shiny Happy People Drum tribe.

Vendors:
An All Spiritual Place with drum pants and sarong clothing

Entertainment:
Chronologic
Leo Starwind

Notes:
If you plan on camping in your car or van be prepared to do it across the street in parking. We are expecting a very big crowd and Summerland just cannot hold all these vehicles. Plus the owner does not want all the cars on this side. What few spots we have will be used for the disabled. There is plenty of time to go grab a small tent to use.

Address, Map:
Summerland, 27501 Kent Rd., Bonita Springs, Florida, 34135

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Directions:
Coming from Miami, Naples, or Tampa:
Take I-75 to exit 116 (located between Naples and Ft. Myers), Bonita Springs Rd. Then go east on Bonita Springs Rd., to the light, and turn left onto Bonita Grand Drive. Go to the stop sign and turn left onto E. Terry St. Then take the first left onto Kent Rd., where the YMCA sign is. Come down towards Summerland Rd., on the left.

About the Site:
Summerland is private property located in lush native flora and fauna of southwest Florida. It is six acres adjacent to protected wetlands and a nature preserve; very wooded and has trails that occasionally open into tent camping areas. The site is limited to 300 guests. Please pack out what you pack in. Camping is beautiful, shady, and VERY primitive! But there are HOT showers 24/7, and clean port-a-potties. NO electricity is available for the campsites (time to leave those laptops at home!) and there is only limited electricity available for vendors. There are no RV hookups. No cars will be allowed at campsites. You can bring your vehicle in, unload, and then move the car to a private parking area across from the festival site. Above ground fire pits and fire torches are permitted, but must be attended at all times. If you leave your site, you must extinguish the fire and/or torches. This is to provide for your safety, and to protect our Mother's gift of a beautiful woodland site. NO PETS ALLOWED.