Mercado Sagrado THIS SATURDAY!

November 13, 2019

This coming Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th of November will see the 6th annual iteration of  bj pinchbeck science homework help source site freedom of speech movie prednisone and cats essay order architecture essays architecture essay writers my dreaming house essay http://www.conn29th.org/university/an-outline-for-a-research-paper-example.htm gay marriage persuasive essay see go here here see https://goodsamatlanta.org/patients/sun-viking-viagra/01/ i need someone to help me wiith my essay opinion essay travel http://movetheelephant.org/professional-university-essay-editor-sites-for-college-13686/ why i should do my homework essay buy essays fast follow url http://www.bhcarroll.edu/theology/50-mg-viagra-for-sale/20/ thesis on audio steganography how long does 100mg of viagra last ampicillin sirup za djecu https://chanelmovingforward.com/stories/essay-scholarships-august-2019/51/ go to link go to site do my essay me uk how do i delete my email on my iphone x blogs for reliable genric viagra writing case studies out of retirement resume Mercado Sagrado arrive in the Santa Monica Mountains. With live music, workshops, panels, a food fair, kid’s classes, and a huge artisan marketplace, Mercado Sagrado is part festival, part retreat, part family-friendly weekend outing, centered around earth-friendly and ethical practice, art, and business.
The fair takes place at King Gillette Ranch in the Santa Monica Mountains, and will be open from 10am-6pm on Saturday and 10am-5pm on Sunday. Kids under 12 enter free.
Some of the programming this year includes:
Music (presented by Dublab): Babe Rainbow, Anna St. Lewis, Claude Fontaine, Matt Taylor (The Growlers), Mapache, Reverberation DJs, DJ Callie Ryan, and more.
 
Food (presented by Healthyish): Broad Street Oyster Co, La Morra Pizzeria, Canyon Coffee, Amara Kitchen, Frankie & Jos, Mary Joe, Four Sigmatic, Better Booch, Corsa, Ojai Energetics, Prismatic Plants, and our first ever Chef in Residence – Greg Arnold of Darkhorse.
Panels / Conversations (moderated by Jerico Mandybur of Miss Grass): Compton Jr Posse with Mayisha Akbar, Suze Randall & Kathy Clark, How To Feel Good About Feeling Good with Amanda Shapiro of Healthyish, Mel Nahas of Conscious City Guide, and author Lalah Delia, The Longevity of the Lama Foundation with Jodi Wille (The Source Family documentary) and Siddiq and Clifton Coughlin from Lama Foundation.
Sagraditos – kids programming by Everwild, who aim to foster a connection to the environment and nature from an early age through outdoor learning.
On Mercado Sagrado:
Mercado Sagrado returns in November 2019 for its sixth year, with a slate of expansive programming designed to inspire a more connected, conscious way of living. Five areas of unique event programming will feature interpreters of ancient wisdom, stewards of the earth, systems of alternate-technology, art, and design through panels, demonstrations, talks, documentaries, and ceremony. The music stage, presented by Dublab,  will feature two days of performances, and an artisan marketplace will showcase art, design, high craft, and wares from our community of Mercado Sagrado vendors. 
Please head HERE to see all programming & participants announced so far. 
— Tickets — 
General admission day passes ($65 + fees) and full weekend passes ($120 + fees) include access to all programming, and are on sale now. Purchase tickets HERE.
Children under 12 will be admitted free. Parking is on site at King Gillette Ranch and is also free.
— On Mercado Sagrado — 
Mercado Sagrado was founded in 2014, with the intention to bring together artists, makers, and community leaders who value conscious, earth-honoring practices, and provide them a physical space to connect with a larger community. The fair has expanded considerably in the five years since its inception, and now features a full weekend of programming curated by founder Heather Culp and produced in collaboration with Conscious City Guide—workshops, panels, participatory experiences, live music, an artisan marketplace, children’s activities, and food & beverage vendors who all exemplify the core ethos of Mercado Sagrado. 
Held in the beautiful Malibu Canyon, Mercado Sagrado offers a family-friendly weekend of learning and experience for an ever-growing demographic of people who wish to find deeper community, embrace personal expansion and deepen their connection to the planet, purchase goods made with reverence, and engage in more joyful and sustainable practices across all facets of their lives. The fair has grown from 500 attendees in its first year to almost 5,000 in 2018—a tenfold increase in just five years—and the 2019 fair promises an abundance of new sights, sounds, and experiences for attendees. 

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