Power to the Peoples

THE POWER TO THE PEOPLES PROJECT:

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Who is Zelda and What is “The Power to the People’s Project”:

The Power to the People’s Project is an inspiration born from the depth of love, connection, friendship, sharing, creativity and artistic expression that is rare when you span 50 years of difference in experience and age with someone.
That is the beauty and awe I am left with after Zelda’s passing in March, 2009 (she was 85).

It was Zelda Peoples’ life, which greatly impacted my own in astounding ways over the past twelve years, and whose presence impacted Liz indescribably in the course of a single evening, which has inspired this cause for celebration– to live fully and joyfully, to encourage and support our fullest artistic and creative expressions, and to create community dedicated to breeding conscious connections, interdependence, collaboration, participation, and integral love. To celebrate all things beautiful!

In honor of Zelda, and in celebration of the incredible potential of interconnectivity, friendship, and collaboration in building community, we have formed the “Power to the People’s Project”. One of the aims of this project is to create opportunities for people of all ages and walks of life to come together to share food, poetry, music, talents, and stories, we call “Party for the People’s”.

As we continue to expand and to celebrate a multitude of inspiring people and relationships, we want to offer new ways for everyone to become involved in creating a community dedicated to the principles of interdependence, co-creation, joy, and integrity.

We want to foster relationships that feed the soul, and communities that offer opportunities for self-expression, the sharing of experiences, insights, challenges, passions, and aspirations, through the arts especially. We welcome a truly multi-cultural, intergenerationally diverse opportunity for young and old alike to be appreciated and their wisdom shared. We aspire to create such a community and gatherings that cherish the contrast and celebrate the differences that make life so rich and delicious!

We invite you to be a part of this great desire for community and celebration!


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