We warmly invite you to participate in the Wilderness Dharma Program’s opening season ritual.
Our hiking season revolves around the water cycle of our local place. In the Spring at this Receiving Water Ceremony we receive water from the Salish Sea. During the summer we hike with that water to the upper reaches of each of the three branches of the Nooksack River, and exchange the water with high alpine mountain water. In the fall we conclude our hiking season by returning the mountain water to the sea.
The Receiving Water Ceremony on the beach at Larrabee State Park is the beginning of this seasonal journey. Participating in the ritual gives energy to the entire cycle of ceremonies, with the good intention invested traveling to the far reaches of our watershed.
The ceremony which begins at 11:00 AM will be followed by a socially distanced picnic lunch in the park. Bring your own food and drink.
For more info on our Wilderness Dharma Events contract the coordinator:
Bob Penny at (360) 927-5702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Cedar Zen Community is a 501(c) non-profit organization.