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Water Ceremony at South Lido w/ Ojibwe Grandmother Mary Lyons

  • South Lido County Park 2201 Benjamin Franklin Drive Sarasota, FL, 34236 United States (map)

Join Ojibwe Water Carrier & Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons with her Daughter Fonda Smith, Granddaughter Lily, and Great-Granddaughter Manidoo for a special water ceremony honoring the waters of the world and praying for healing, connection with waters, and that the world's waters are held and treated as sacred by all of humanity. 

Water is life!!
Mni Wiconi!!

Grandmother Mary will lead songs, prayers, and offer wisdom for connecting with the sacred element of water. She teaches the honoring of all the sacred elements that allow for life here on our planet, and is a gifted and wise elder who lives and works for the WE - all of us!

Suggested donation $10-20 to support Great-Grandmother Mary's Family's travel costs (All are welcome!!!)

Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons, Ojibwe/First Nations is a UN Observer for Indigenous Rights and Women's Rights, is an international member of the Women Of Wellbriety, and speaks regularly on Sacred Water Protection, what happened at Standing Rock (she visited many times bringing supplies for water protectors), and the wisdom from her ancestors and in our connection. 

We hope you will join!

CONTACT Jessica Bromby for more information. 

We will gather and begin at 6pm at South Lido County Park until Sunset around 7:30pm. Bring Blankets to sit on or chairs, shawls and anything else you might want to have with you. Bring water, bring sacred waters that you carry, and bring your self and friends if you want. 

Great-Grandmother Mary will also be on WSLR Indigenous Sounds 9pm Monday 96.5fm, and will offer wisdom teachings and reports from Standing Rock at Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center Tuesday, from 6-9pm (6pm Potluck, 7pm talk).

Earlier Event: March 22
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Later Event: March 27
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