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Sunday Presenter John Two-Hawks
October 13, 2019
10 a.m. Service — Sunday Presenter John Two-Hawks — Talk title: The Sacred Medicine of Sacrifice Service
John Two-Hawks is a Grammy® and Emmy® nominated, Platinum Award-Winning recording artist,
author and activist whose music has been featured in movies by Fox Searchlight, films by HBO, and
programs by The History Channel.
From the start, John recognized the power music holds to help human beings transcend their differences and heal. It is with this knowledge in hand that Two-Hawks has always created his music and shared its message with his global fan-base. John has always believed that if we all use our gifts in a way that plants seeds of hope and love, one day we will realize the dream of a world where diverse cultures and nations can share the planet in peace with one another.
All of John Two-Hawks’ music carries this vision, that just as tiny drops of rain wear away the greatest of stones, so can our tiny drops of love wear away the greatest stones of hate and fear. With his music and his words, he has reached into a hurting world, sharing the healing power of love, compassion and humility. A person of mixed ancestry, Two-Hawks has always held fast to his Oglala Lakota Sioux lineage and culture, and it is from this place that the soul of the music he creates and breathes to life is born.
Friday, October 11
7 p.m. — John Two-Hawks in Concert in Concert: Music & Global Wisdom of the Four Winds
Ticket price includes dinner of soup and bread at 6 p.m,; signup required. Tickets: $20 adults; $15 seniors; children free
Sunday, October 13
Noon-2 p.m. — Workshop: Wisdom from the Sacred Hoop with John Two-Hawks
John Two-Hawks will impart wisdom from the Sacred Hoop, sharing some basic tenets of Lakota ways with which all human beings can connect. Learn an ancient perspective on what it means to live with your feet on the ground and your hands to the heavens, and know your deep relationship to Mother Earth and all her children. Learn what it means to walk the good red road in a sacred manner, and how the red and blue day teach us all about balance, choice and purpose. A profoundly moving experience for all.