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* A Healing Time - Ritual and Celebration

A ritual for healing Gaia, our community, and ourselves.

In collaboration with Marilyn and the Mercury Cafe

Come join us in dance and celebration, in healing and nurturing our community.

Open Ritual, Music, Open Dancing - generating healing energy and intentions in ourselves, our community, and for the world. Dance performances to light the way.

Celebrating Mabon / Autumn Equinox and creating balance in the time of balance.

Rafi'ah Ruyah, Eva Cernik, and Rachid Halihal will be sharing dance and music performances to light our way for A Healing Time.

Ek'Balam is facilitating the ritual, and Cernunnos' Reverie is providing music for dancing and listening.

And, as always, locally sourced, organic food and drink of the Mercury Cafe to whet our appetites.

Health masks are required, and we will be practicing social distancing. And you are most welcome to wear other types of masks too.

Please, join us.


* Cernunnos' Reverie - an Evolution of Tuatha

Cernunnos' Reverie is my new project rising from the ashes (only figuratively) of Tuatha. Tuatha came out of a dream of mine. I started it and invited my friends. I added additional band mates over time making new friends. We all grew it into something magical. While I was sad for it to end, it was a good time for me to get back to the roots of my vision.

Cernunnos' Reverie is a new take on that vision. It is a little bit Tuatha and a little bit something new.

Cernunnos' Reverie is Ek'Balam (William), Belinda, and Michael.


Blending the musical and the mystical

Tuatha plays a psychedelic collage of trance dance, world groove, and tribal fusion rock that transports the listener on a visually evocative musical pilgrimage to indigenous lands, shamanic visions, and the realms of the spirits. All original compositions on an electro-acoustic blend of violin, flute, vocals, drums, and percussion inspired by African, Middle Eastern, Indian, Eastern European and Gypsy sounds, mixed together to energize your spirit, move your body, spark your imagination, and elevate your soul.

"Most interesting and impressive was the atmosphere Tuatha conjured up on that stage... They changed the very air in Hodi's for their 30-minute set with their music... One could recall the influence of Caribbean nights, maritime passages, and various Venetian gypsy markets all packed in a short 30 minutes." - Chris Galis, Scene Magazine