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Monday, June 29, 2015

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Bohio Atabei Circle April 4,2015 Day of Full Moon Global Eclipse.


Again the celestial beings are dancing in the skies above us.
On Saturday April 4, 2015
Bibi Marohuya wears her Red Dress.
And the daughters of Itikuhubaba Bibi Atabei will dance with her.
On this Day we invite you to join Bohio Atabei Grandmothers in a sharing circle.
Let’s talk about what Bibi Marohuya’s red dress dance means to us as Taino women

Note: this spectacular Full Moon Global Dance will begin and end at times listed here
 and can be partially seen in 

New York City if skies are clear Total Lunar Eclipse 
Begins:
 Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 5:01 AM, Maximum: Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 6:31 
Ends: Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 10:59 AM

BOHIO ATABEI MUJERES DE LA YUKA CIRCLE WILL TAKE PLACE ON

Date - Saturday April 4, 2015
Time From- 11:30AM-3:45PM
Location -Inwood Hill Park in upper Manhattan
by the nature center.
 Join us! Bohio Aatbei Mujeres De La Yuka for drumming, songs

 and spoken word.
Please arrive no later than 11:30 am for 12 noon ceremony
*** Grandmothers will hold a teaching circle at 2PM***


What to Bring:  Flowers, your offerings, drums, maracas and healthy snacks.
Dress in comfortable clothes preferably a skirt for females
 and if you can wear something red

For more information please call 212 927-9065 or 347-400-0601
email: bohioatabei@aol.com

Directions to Inwood Park: By car: From the West Side Highway: Take the Dyckman Street exit. Follow the exit as it merges with Broadway. Drive North on Broadway to 218th Street. Take a left on 218th Street and drive west on 218th Street. The entrance to the park is at the end of the street. The Nature Center is located in Inwood Park.
From FDR/East River Drive: Take the FDR/East River Drive north to end. The end of the highway is at Dyckman Street. Bear left on Dyckman Street. Take Dyckman west to Broadway, and take a right on Broadway. Proceed north to 218th Street and make a left turn. The entrance to the park is at the end of 218th Street.From FDR/East River Drive: Take the FDR/East River Drive north to end. The end of the highway is at Dyckman Street. Bear left on Dyckman Street. Take Dyckman west to Broadway, and take a right on Broadway. Proceed north to 218th Street and make a left turn. The entrance to the park is at the end of 218th Street.From FDR/East River Drive: Take the FDR/East River Drive north to end. The end of the highway is at Dyckman Street. Bear left on Dyckman Street. Take Dyckman west to Broadway, and take a right on Broadway. Proceed north to 218th Street and make a left turn. The entrance to the park is at the end of 218th Street.From FDR/East River Drive: Take the FDR/East River Drive north to end. The end of the highway is at Dyckman Street. Bear left on Dyckman Street. Take Dyckman west to Broadway, and take a right on Broadway. Proceed north to 218th Street and make a left turn. The entrance to the park is at the end of 218th Street.
Public transportation: Take the 1 or the 9 train to the 215th Street stop. Walk North to 218th Street. Take a left and walk on 218th Street. The entrance to the park is at the end of the street. The Nature Center is located in Inwood Park. OR Take the A train to 207th Street. If you are in the last car of the train (near the handicap elevator), proceed west to Seaman Avenue, then north to Isham Street. If you are in the first car of the train, you will exit onto Isham Street. Go west to Seaman Avenue and proceed north into the park, keeping the baseball field to your right. Walk towards the Water