Voices for Climate Song Circle – August
Join songleader Sarina Partridge and Grand Marais faith leaders for a Voices for Climate Song Circle in Grand Marais on Wednesday, August 2 at 5pm under the Rec Park picnic shelter on the bay in Grand Marais! All are welcome, including kids and families.
5:00pm – Bring a picnic meal to enjoy
Sarina will teach original, simple, satisfying songs in a way that is welcoming and accessible to all. Songs will be chosen to help us connect to the seasonal moment, connect with the natural world, and root into our collective power. Singing has been a vital part of social movements for a long time, and there are so many reasons why – singing builds community, lets us practice taking risks and learning together, let’s us have FUN!, and reminds us to listen to each other and that every voice has a place in our movements. Sarina strives to bring more singing into the climate justice movement, and these Voices for Climate Song Circles are part of making that real – come raise your voice!
We will sing for joy and connection, not performance or perfection. All voices are welcome. No need to read music or think of yourself as a “singer” to participate! Come meet others, sing together, and learn about climate justice action we can plug into.
If you’re curious… What kinds of songs will we sing? Have a listen! We’ll sing original songs Sarina has written for community groups. Some build collective energy (such as “Every Step a Prayer”) and some connect us to the natural world (such as “Of This Earth”). Listen to more of Sarina’s music here.