Global Water Dances, an event that was held around the world this past June 25th, is a participatory event I've long admired. At 5:00pm in each of 60 different locations a Global Water Dance performance took place, honoring local water while recognizing water worldwide, and our connection with and dependence on water.
The Seattle performance, which I was fortunate to be able to attend, was held on Kite Hill in Magnuson Park. It was lovely! See for yourself in this 11-image slideshow.
Congratulations to choreographers Mary Kay Vadino, Carol Schouboe, and Dallas Williams, as well as the many dancers who volunteered for this occasion.
It was wonderful to be invited with the whole audience to become a part of the final dance ritual. I felt included and connected -- very satisfying for the soul.