The MOONLIGHT BAZAAR has invited the AFRICAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION (AHF) to host February's edition of this event. It will be held on the 11th of February at Neil's Plantation in St Michael ( near Salters St George). The bazaar runs from 5pm to 9pm.
The Moonlight Bazaar is held each month on the Saturday closest to the full moon.
The Full Moon
Lunar energy is at its most powerful during the time of the full moon. The reason we play our drums by the full moon is because this extremely powerful lunar energy helps to remove all dense, stored up energies, washing the ourselves clean (like the tides cleanse the beaches) and re-energizing it. It is a time of enhancing personal energies. Many perform rituals of protection at this time.
Is a time for focusing on our gratitude’s and blessing’s. It is a time to be mindful of all that we have, and all that we have created. A time to express and receive, to open our hearts and feel the connection we have all around us and fill our cups.
The AHF has selected the African Drum as its point of focus for this activity and as such featured will be:
- A drum circle
- Moonlight Yoga and healing arts
- Open log wood fire
- African garments
- Eats and Drinks
- Adult and children storytelling
- Drum Gallery that tells the story of the drum
The AHF will have a stall at Moonlight Drums where persons are asked to make a contribution to their programme the "Evolution of Education" that seeks to reform educational practices in Barbados.
The Drum Circle will take place around an open log wood fire from 6pm to 8pm. To start this session the AHF has invited a special guest from London coming to tell us about Binary Drumming. Brother Astehmari Batekun from the School of Unified Learning will give a brief presentation on Binary Drumming and participate in the circle. All are invited to walk with their drums and join the circle.
If you would like to have a stall at this event please contact us at 268 7084