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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Power to the Peaceful Announces Fundraiser

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Acoustic Yogi: Michael Franti - EKAPHOTOGRAPHY
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Nothing's more peaceful than yoga. And nothing's more powerful than music. If that sounds like an appealing combination to you, then you'll want to be at the appropriately-named Green Ballroom of the SF War Memorial & Performing Arts Center on June 6 for a full day of - you guessed it - yoga and music, with proceeds benefiting the free Power to the Peaceful concert in Golden Gate Park.

The day begins with a morning yoga session (bring your own mat), led by Sianna Sherman and Diana Vitantonio, accompanied by live acoustic music by Michael Franti. After a short break, Franti returns for another set, with special guests TBA, DJs, a silent auction and "yummy finger foods." Suggested donation: $40 for yoga, $50 and up for afternoon gala. More info is here and here.  Oh, and save this date: Sept 12 -- when PttP returns for its 11th edition.

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