Contemplative Full Moon Walk
Saturday, February 11, 2017
*NEW TIME* 7:00PM-8:30PM
4300 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Join Angela Ellsworth, Director and Co-Founder of Museum of Walking, and ceramicist Joan Baron on a contemplative Full Moon Walk at Agave Farms. Participants will meet at 7:00PM at the Parking Lot located on Central and Glenrosa. As a collective, we will walk the grounds in silence.
About Agave Farms:
Agave Farms is an urban agricultural experience and community garden right in the heart of Central Phoenix. It is their mission to serve as the keystone for the sustainable transformation of the Phoenix uptown/downtown area. Located on 17 acres of land, Agave Farms provides fresh produce to residents, as well as agricultural lectures and workshops to the community with expert speakers from horticulture, landscaping, agriculture, soil management, and the culinary arts.
For more information on Agave Farms click here.
About February's Full Moon:
Traditionally in North America, the full moon that arrives in February is referred to as the Snow Moon. In most regions, this time of year proves to produce heavy snowfall and frigid temperatures. Some Native American Tribes also call this moon the Hunger Moon as weather conditions prove difficult for hunting during the month.
This will be an easy walk illuminated by the moon. For extra lighting, feel free to bring a flashlight, and don't forget to pack at least 1 liter of water for the walk.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "February Full Moon Walk."