Carrot Ranch presents Tracy Chipman, a Storyteller in the Keweenaw. More here about Tracy’s work here – www.tracychipman.net.
Women Weaving Together – Somatic Movement & Women’s Circle
Friday, August 12 at 7 pm
Ghost House Farm (Limited space; RSVP with Charli at firstname.lastname@example.org)
An invitation to gather in the richly storied place that is Ghost House Farm to be together in community, in our bodies, in presence exploring what it is to be alive & embodied in these crucible times. Drawing from Yogic, Vedic, and other wisdom traditions as well as weaving with traditional stories, guided by storyteller and Yoga & somatic movement guide, Tracy Chipman. A suggested contribution of $20 is welcome. Bring a yoga mat and an outdoor chair.
BOREALIS MUNDI- threshold stories
Saturday, August 13 at 7:30 pm
Keweenaw Storytelling Center in Calumet
BOREALIS MUNDI – threshold stories is a one-woman storytelling performance exploring place, loss & grace through personal narrative, poetry & traditional story with Wisconsin-based storyteller, Tracy Chipman.
We are shaped by the places that claim us, we are reminded of our shared humanity through loss, and we tap into the numinous through our often fleeting experiences of grace. For more information about Tracy’s work and the alchemy of storytelling, please visit www.tracychipman.net
Content is appropriate for 16+. Tickets sold in advance or at the door.
Ticket to Borealis Mundi
Advanced ticket to attend the live performance with Tracy Chipman.
Women Healing Together
Sunday, August 14 from 10 am-12 pm
Ripley Falls Home of Healing
Bearing witness to the wounds carried in us and in the land. Beholding & being held in our experiential inquiry of healing. A collaborative, co-creative micro retreat for our healing.
Space is limited. RSVP with payment.
Micro Retreat Fee
A collaboration between attendees and the land to enter into a creative healing space.
A hearty thank you to our local sponsors and patrons of Carrot Ranch who have made it possible to host a visiting storyteller. Carrot Ranch seeks to connect the Keweenaw to the world and the world to the Keweenaw. Our literary community is headquartered in the traditional and modern homeland of the Ojibwe along the shores of a great island sea, Lake Superior (Gichigami). We explore, discover, and connect through sharing stories. We are literary artists, readers, writers, poets, storytellers, memoirists, journalers, and authors.
T. Marie Bertineau, author of The Mason House