Fri, Jul 14|
FULL Weekend Passes (3 Days - 3 Ceremonies) $60
Take this unique opportunity to experience a one-of-a-kind journey and connect with Yolanda Porcayo-Palma and Guadalupe Lares Tovar. Immerse yourself in the ancient traditions and rituals of the Cacao Ceremony and the Water Ceremony, while also exploring the transformative power of The Dance Earth.
Time & Location
Jul 14, 7:00 PM – Jul 16, 8:00 PM
About the event
The Water Element Opening Celebration
Friday 14th 7pm. Queens Council on the Arts 5-11 47th Ave LIC Queens 11101
Join us for a Cacao ceremony celebration with the Mexicas Yolanda Porcayo-Palma and Guadalupe Lares Tovar. Donation Base $25-35
Water Intentional activations
Saturday 15th Join us Hunter's Point Park : Luminance Circle 5pm-7pm
Water Ceremony with the Mexicas Grandmothers Yolanda and Guadalupe Lares Tovar
The Dance Earth
Sunday, July 16th from 2pm - 8pm, Cafe in Plaza, 31 Saint Andrews Plaza, New York, NY 10007
The Dance will bring water awareness to our Dance Earth community in conjunction with Ambrosia Elixirs in Tribeca, NYC. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities that encourage a deeper connection with the natural world.
Ofrenda Fest and Queens Council On The Arts (QCA) present : The Dance Earth, funded through the generosity of the Mertz Gilmore Foundation.
The Quetzalcoatl Mexica dance involves bodily movements and has a ceremonial aspect that connects to the forces that sustain and create life. Guided by Yolanda Porcayo-Palma and Guadalupe Lares Tovar.
4pm **The Flow**
Gathering energies from the opening portal, DRĖĖĖMY (Reem Abdou) and Nasimiyu Murumba (Simi Yuyu) facilitate a free-form experience of sound and movement that collectively tells a story to activate our ancestral wisdom.
6pm **Closing offerings**
Kalpulli Huehuetlahtolli dance group.
Connecting with ancestors through Aztec Water dance.
Kalpulli Huehuetlahtolli dance group exist to provide community outreach in an effort to unite all peoples as one. The presentation of Aztec Dance is an offering that represents thousands of years of the Mexica’s pursuit for universal harmony. Each dance is a prayer, integrating our bodies and spirit to promote healing. The Danza (dance) is a way of life that we utilize to communicate with each other and the world. Through these dances we honor our Mexica ancestors and Indigenous life style. We preserve our culture, history and sense of self-worth.
Full Water Weekend Pass$60.00+$1.50 service fee