AHWAHNEE — One Tribe Global presents the fourth Goddess in the Garden Faire & Festival on May 18 and 19 on the beautiful grounds of Sierra Meadows. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, this free family friendly event invites attendees to celebrate Spring, experience conscious community, play with other like-minded people and, if they so choose, embody and express the Voice of the Goddess.
During the two-day event attendees will wander meandering paths through unique bohemian villages, find one-of-a-kind items handcrafted by artisans passionate about their gifts, discover flowers and fairy wings for photos and family memories, and dance to music from across the globe.
Participants can also experience a variety of services offered by knowledgeable visionaries and healing practitioners, as well as enjoy wholesome organic food prepared with awareness and love. This year’s theme, Voice of the Goddess, allows visitors to experience the sounds of a mother drum, crystal singing bowls and wind chimes, as well as music from around the world. Feel free to bring the kids, say organizers, as there are plenty of family oriented events.
“We offer a free, family friendly opportunity to celebrate our loved ones and the community,” says D’Elle Milton, President of One Tribe Global. “It’s just one way we bring focus and enthusiasm to the things we empower that enhance our lives in meaningful ways.”
One Tribe Global is a small, membership-based non-profit organization. They provide scholarships to individuals and educational classes and workshops to the foothill communities of Oakhurst, North Fork and Mariposa. Their core tenets involve nurturing a society wherein transformation is sought for the betterment of the world as well as the people.
Photos courtesy of Carrie Jenkins