Come join us for the 2007 DHO Meeting
June 14th-19th, in San Francisco
“Walking in the Footsteps of the Teacher”
We will follow in Murshid SAM’s, Joe & Gwin Miller’s and Frida Waterhouse’s energy flow, as we visit their “favorite” places. Our base will be the Mentorgarten, with visits to as many places as we can still find open and operating. On Sunday we will all host the larger community in an “Open Sufi Healing Class” as a benefit for Mentorgarten.
Please see the attached flyer for full information,
and bottom of this email for two optional activities.
The cost for the gathering is $225/person.
This includes the following:
Lunch & dinner at Mentorgarten ($170 — no karma yoga required);
Walk-about day bus rental ($30);
A donation to Mentorgarten ($25).
We are also securing dorm space at San Francisco State College,
where we can have a whole floor to ourselves.
These are double occupancy rooms with private bathrooms.
The cost for this housing is $225/person, and includes breakfast.
(You are welcome to make your own housing arrangements.
Contact information: for registration (both event and dorm housing): Jennifer Avian
As usual, please remember to make your checks payable to Jennifer.
[The total costs of attendance + dorm housing = $450.00]
For those of you who would like, there are two optional activities which you might want to consider when making your travel arrangements. (Our meeting begins with dinner on Thursday, and ends after the morning session on Tuesday.) For both of these activities, we will try and find out to whom you might need to RSVP.
1) The 11 A.M. Thursday Walk in the Golden Gate Park, started by Joe and Guin Miller, still happens every week. Tradition is to meet just outside the main entrance of the Arboretum — on Ninth Avenue at Lincoln Way.
San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum: Begun in 1937 with WPA funds and charitable donations, this 70-acre horticultural extravaganza entices the senses with more than 6,000 plant species. The garden of fragrance — with signs in Braille — brings flowers alive with scent alone.
2) There is a potluck dinner at Khankah SAM on Tuesday evenings.
Thank you Francis Rainbowheart for bringing these to our attention.