We intend to encourage a dialogue that probes the hard questions about why the messages of the 60’s died: Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, Janis Joplin, John Lennon of the Beatles, and many more were a source of inspiration. What happened to an age of hope? Why did a powerful grassroots movement evolve into a complacency or re-direction that let all of the air out of the balloon? Where did everybody go?
Special Musical Guests:
& Kitty and
the Delta Hairballs
The invited guest list includes:
- Larry Harvey,
Founder & Director of the “Burning Man Festival”
- Larry Robinson,
Former Mayor of Sebastopol, CA
- Wavy Gravy,
Author: "Something Different for a Change"
- Larry Barnett,
Former Mayor of Sonoma, CA
- Jim Fadiman,
Author: "The Other Side Of Haight"
- David R. Ford,
Author: "Marijuana, Not guilty as Charged" & "Good Medicine, Great Sex"
- Wes (Scoop) Nisker,
Former Radio Personality, Author: "The Big Bang, The Buddha, And The Baby Boom"
- Ralph Metzner, PhD,
Author: "The Psychedelic Experience"
- Christian de Quincey, PhD,
Philosopher, Author: "Deep Spirit" & "Radical Nature"
Join us for an evening of televised dialogue followed by music and dance.
Location: Sonoma Barracks
(Corner of 1st Street East & E. Spain Streets on the Sonoma Plaza)
Date & Time: October 11, 2003,
Dialogue begins at 5:00 pm, Music at 8:00 pm.
Thank you for your collaboration in these times of world conflict and unrest. Let us create a new vision together through dialogue, connection and some of the best music in history.
Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are greatly appreciated.
...let us create a new vision together through dialogue, music, and connection!