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September 28–30, 2012

The Patuxent River 4-H Campground
18405 Queen Anne Rd • Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

The final KarmaFest of the season and this is what you’ve been waiting for: a location near DC, Annapolis and Baltimore WITH camping! We’ve got all the great KarmaFest stuff: hooping, bellydancing, drumming, dancing, yoga, holistic products, lectures and workshops. We’ve got reiki, reflexology, massage and readings. We’ve got great music featuring TELESMA, DYNASTY ELECTRIC and Raa Djarsi (plus much, much more when it comes to entertainment, including my new favorite: David London, The Magician). We’ve got camping on Friday and Saturday nights OR you can just come for the day.
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Thursday, September 13th at noon
Lafayette Park behind the White House (16th & H Sts NW)
Metro: Farragut North (red line) or Farragut West (orange/blue)

“Let the rivers clap hands,
let the mountains sing joyously together!” — Psalm 98

Mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining has already destroyed over 500 of the world's oldest mountains and more than 2,000 miles of streams. We need to remember the Appalachian communities who are paying with their health for our use of coal-fired power.

Join Interfaith Power & Light, and with Appalachian community groups, environmental organizations, and clean water defenders to call on the Obama administration for an end to destructive mountaintop removal coal mining.

*Come with your congregational banners and T-shirts, or stop by during your lunch break, to join our whole-souled group! Look for the dove to find us in the crowd.

RSVP on Facebook event

This Thurs 9/13 — Hear Stories from Mountain Communities on Front Lines of Fight vs. MTR

Thursday, Sept 13th, 7:30 - 9 pm
All Souls Church, Unitarian, 1500 Harvard St NW (Harvard & 16th Sts)
Metro: Columbia Heights, S or 42 busses

Short screening of a clip from the documentary film The Last Mountain followed by storytelling from the "mountain heroes" on the front lines of the struggle to end mountaintop removal mining.

Our program coordinator Josef Lorentz, who worships at All Souls, will conclude the evening with prayer.

RSVP: program@gwipl.org


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