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Dance the Darkness Away

By Amanda Grabyszak

The Spiral
Dance, also known as the Grapevine Dance and the Weavers Dance, is performed as
a group and involves music, clapping, and all-together merriment. It is an
Earth-Based tradition, performed as a group dance with an emphasis on bringing
in the community. 

The Winter Solstice marks the return of light during the
darkest season
, and what better way to celebrate than a dance? 

The First
Annual Spiral Dance featuring Kellianna (see article from The Pagan Review) and the Dragon Ritual Drummers will be
taking place tonight, December 18th, 8PM at Asbury Hall at Babeville, 341
Delaware Avenue.  

The Dragon
Ritual Drummers of Southern Ontario will perform with Tribal Drums, horns, and
ancient musical instruments. Kellianna is an internationally known SpiritSong
leader, performing chants and folk music at Goddess conferences as distant as
Glastonbury, England. 

Doors open at
5:30PM. Tickets are $15.00 in advance,
and $20.00 at the door only. 

The event is non-denominational
and people of all ages are welcome.

For more
information, go to: spiraldancebflo.com. Tickets
purchased at the door are cash-only.

Image: Spiral Dance Buffalo

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