Each year on September 21st, the world is encouraged to stop and stand together in our common humanity and focus on the things that unite us - the love each of us has for our families, our community and our nation.
We are excited to announce the return of Paths to Peace on the International Day of Peace, September 21, and this year we are bringing it to our HOME! Join us for this FREE, family-friendly festival that promotes peace through a full array of art activities, mindfulness practices, labyrinth walking, Pies for Peace,, performances and more! This year we are excited to bring you a unique dance performance from the Pop-Up Project featuring poetry by Alice Smith. Take your own journey around our path to peace!
Free event parking will be available in the former Hajoca parking lot across Main Street from the Granfalloon. The lot will be open until 2:00 pm on Saturday. It will be locked at that time until Monday.
Full Schedule is Up!
Ongoing: 11:00am – 2:00pm
- Art Tables
- Peace Cranes
- Peace Flags
- Spin Art
- Children’s Activities
- Peace Vigils
- Mini Meditation Circles
Mindfulness Practices: 11:15am – 12:45pm
- 11:15am —Yoga with Kelsey Burke
- 11:45am —Qigong with Mike Goins
- 12:15pm —Kids’ Yoga with Talley Carol
Stage performances: 11am - 1pm
- 11:00am - Drums by Kofi
- 11:30am - Singing Circle led by Naomi Self
- 12:00pm - Singing Bowls by Anthony Crutcher
Other Special Events
12:30pm – 12:45pm - Elm Dance (on Granfalloon patio)
1:00pm – 1:15pm - The Pop-Up Project feat. Alice Smith
1:15pm – 2:00pm - Pies for Peace (Granfalloon)