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WATERFALL UNITY CELEBRATION

1160 BEAR LADDER ROAD • WEST FULTON, NY • 12194

  AUG 12-14  

The Waterfall Unity Celebration is a fundraiser to buy a 60 acre Strawberry Farm in the Schoharie Valley as part of a community supported land-back effort for the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) people. We need to raise $600K by Sept 30 to purchase the farm, which will be the hub of a new community based on traditional life ways. 

 

 

 

This is a FREE event for the community. However, donations are appreciation to help us purchase the farm! Suggested donation: $275 for the weekend of camping or $65 per day for food & music.

PLEASE RSVP!
it helps us estimate
food & amenities needed

On the ANCESTRAL HOMELANDS

of the KANIEN’KEHÁ:KA PEOPLE

Community Supported Landback Effort

Seed Saving Project ~ Cannery

Strawberry, Blueberry, Raspberry & Lavender Farm

 Language Camp ~ Authentic Cultural Learning

Please be sure to check back on this page for updates about performers, vendors, schedule of events and what to bring!

Haudenosaunee Teaching & Stories - Haudenosaunee Crafts & Products Haudenosaunee Social Dancing  Community Kitchen & Potluck - Crystal Healing Workshops

Corn Husk Doll Making - Waterfalls & River Swimming - Wild Mustang Encounters - Campfires

and much more…

PERFORMERS | TEACHERS | ARTISTS

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

THIS IS A DRUG & ALCOHOL FREE EVENT

FRI AUG 12 - SUN AUG 14

1160 Bear Ladder Road • West Fulton, NY • 12194

Camping Available (no RVs)

FRIDAY - AUG 12
12pm - community afternoon, set-up, swimming, help out;

6pm pot luck meal, singing and sharing, campfires

SATURDAY - AUGUST 13

6am - Sunrise Prayer

10am - workshops, crafts, songs, dances, teachings, swimming, mustang encounter, visit berry farm, community meals;

6pm - concert

SUNDAY - AUGUST 14

6am - Sunrise Prayer

10am - Mustang encounters, workshops, crafts, teachings, visit berry farm, community lunch, closing songs and thanksgiving

6pm - break down

SPONSORS + SUPPORT

Nia:wen to those who have generously offered food, land, goods and services for this event and for community supported land back efforts.

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MUSTANG VALLEY SANCTUARY

Thank you to Mary at Mustang Valley Sanctuary for allowing us to use her land for those camping for the event. Click the image above to visit her site to learn more about the important work she is doing to ensure sanctuary and refuge for endangered wild mustangs.