This Week At Pathways Gathering Space…
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Pathways Gathering Space will not be presenting live events in Chilmark, but we are inviting Musicians, Dancers, Artists, Playwrights and all to use the space for rehearsals and taped performances using mandated safe practices. Please call discuss.
Honoring National Native American Heritage Month
Carol Vandal”s Poem “For Grandmother Moon” with flute accompaniment December 2016. Carol had just started learning to play the Native American Flute at that time. The poem is eerily appropriate.
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It was a routine cleanup mission for the crew aboard Vessel Unit 4 when they spotted a floating patch of debris in the Pebuahan Ocean off the coast of Jembrana last Tuesday the 17th. As they taxied closer to recover the trash, the crew noticed something alarming: an animal was caught in the debris. Quickly realizing that the situation was life-and-death, the crew didn’t hesitate to spring into action and rescue the entangled dolphin.
Bob MacLean reads his mother’s poem; only recently discovered.
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Richard Skidmore’s Video – Halloween at Ghost Island Farm
with Rusty – Genius Farmer/Inventor
From Sam Lowe!
Hawaiian Group Breaks World Record with Biggest Ocean Plastic Cleanup Ever
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Rachel Baird has a new CD!
Rachel Elion Baird is a singer-songwriter, musician, poet and artist. With a powerful and radiant voice, intelligent lyrics and West-Coast Rock roots, her music flows and informs with authority.
Rachel Elion Baird grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area Music Scene.She now plays in a variety of settings, ranging from solo and duo performances to full Indie Rock band concerts.
Dr Marianne Goldberg had a dream to create a Ocean Sanctuary for Martha’s Vineyard.
Unfortunately for us all, her life was cut short before she could realize this dream. In her memory we could at least preserve what we have so close by.
The Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument is located 130 miles off the coast of Cape Cod. It is a biodiversity hotspot, teeming with ocean wildlife from endangered whales, seabirds, and sea turtles to rare thousand-year-old deep-sea corals.
It is the only marine monument in the U.S. Atlantic Ocean, providing lasting protection from oil and gas drilling, commercial fishing, mining, and other destructive activities.
However, the Trump Administration is threatening to roll back these protections. Climate change already threatens our ocean ecosystem. The proposed rollbacks to the Monument would further endanger this special place.
We must preserve the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts to ensure a healthy ocean for generations to come.
The Trump Administration should leave existing protections in place for the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument.
One of Pam Benjamin’s Sense of Wonder Camp songs related to the topic of prejudice and racism. The campers and counselors wrote this song with our wonderful African American singer songwriter Lewis Warren Jr.
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ARTIST TALK WITH FRANCES MCGUIRE
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