Concerts and Appearances
Updated 05.01.15

Margie's Latest Endeavor

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A few years ago, at a crossroads some would call a trivia, Margie Adam embarked on a new endeavor that brought her performance work in Women's Music to a close. Having enrolled in a 3-year PhD/Psychology program at the University for Integrative Learning, Margie went on to complete a dissertation entitled "12-Step Sponsorship & Psychotherapy: In Search of A Hybrid Therapeutic Modality." and opened a practice offering integrative counseling to the community. She is currently accepting new clients in the San Francisco-Bay Area and beyond (phone sessions). Margie's other website - MargieAdamPhD.com - is focused on her counseling practice. Contact her office at info@MargieAdamPhD.com or call 510.517.5013 for more information.



2008 Concerts, Appearences and Workshops

Margie

October 1 San Francisco, CA 2:30pm
Civic Celebration of the Life of Del Martin 1921-2008
Margie joins other artists and community leaders in honoring the life of Del Martin, lesbian feminist activist whose commitment to civil rights spanned 60 years of progressive, feminist and lgbt involvement. Program includes SistahBoom, Ellen Seeling, LGBT Color Guard, Hon. Gavin Newsom, Glide Ensemble, Rev. Cecil Williams, Jan Mirikitani, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Holly Near, Aileen Hernandez, Kendra Mon, Jewelle Gomez, Hon. James C. Hormel, Hon. Mark Leno, Linda Tillery, Kate Kendell.
The Rotunda, San Francisco City Hall
Free to the public

September 7 San Francisco, CA 2-6pm
Lyon-Martin Health Services' 2008 BBQ By the Bay Honors Del Martin
Margie joins Holly Near, Rebecca Riots, Jewelle Gomez, Kate Kendell (NCLR) and others to celebrate Del Martin's Life and Work
Presidio Officer's Club
Tickets information: www.lyon-martin.org, 415.565-7667

July 9-13 Asilomar, CA
Lesbian Health Fund - Women In Medicine Annual Retreat
http://www.womeninmedicine.org/2008.html

February 10 Boulder, CO 3-5pm
"Feminists Who Changed America" Panel
Margie joins author Barbara Love and Colorado biographees included in "Feminists Who Changed America, 1963-1975 for a panel discussion related to feminism then and now...
Old Main, CU campus. Sponsored by CU Sociology Dept., Women's Resource Center. Women's Studies, Resonance and Sound Circle.
Free to the public

February 9 - Boulder, CO 7pm
Margie Adam in Concert with Sound Circle and Resonance Women's Chorus
First United Methodist Church
Special Guests: The Raging Grannies, Vox Feminist
Tickets $20 @ Community Box Office, Word is Out Bookstore


2007 Concerts, Appearences and Workshops

October 28 Berkeley, CA 4-6:30pm
East Bay Labyrinth Project Benefit
"PORTAL Experience"

Music by Margie Adam, Set Design by Julia Morgan
Join Margie for an intimate afternoon of piano, voice in the library and a labyrinth walk in the great hall of architect Julia Morgan's exquisite Berkeley City Club. This event launches the East Bay Labyrinth Project's campaign to raise $100,000 to bring a public and accessible labyrinth of great beauty to the Berkeley Marina.
Berkeley City Club
2315 Durant Ave. @ Fulton Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704
Register early as seating is limited.
Advance-$25; Door-$30; Student-$15
Tickets available online, here.
For more information, download the flyer.

October 27 Oakland, CA 2pm
Pat Bond Old Dyke Awards Celebration
Reception followed by ceremony (awardees to be announced)
Margie (who recently turned 60!) will do a short set celebrating the old lesbians being honored by the community. Melanie DeMore will be MC so the two singers will likely raise a joyful noise together!
First Unitarian Church of Oakland
685 14th Street, Oakland
BART 12th St. Station (14th St. Exit)
Tickets: $10 - $35 sliding scale (No one turned away for lack of funds)
Details: Pat Bond Awards
PORTAL Experience

October 12 - San Francisco, CA 6:30-8:15pm
"Grace After Hours Labyrinth Walk"
Margie performs contemplative piano music from her work, PORTAL in candle-lit Grace Cathedral next to the labyrinth while imagery of Scotland's ancient Callanish Stones from her PORTAL DVD is projected on silk panels hung from the balcony. Lauren Artress, writer and labyrinth visionary will give a presentation at 7:30pm in the Chapter House next door.
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St.
San Francisco, CA
Free to the public

September 28-29 Northampton, MA
"The Power of Women's Voices:" Celebrating the Sophia Smith Collection
65 Years of Collecting Women's History @ Smith College
Margie will sing (1:30pm, September 29) at this two-day gathering including Gloria Steinem, Joan Biren, Carmen Vasquez and other voices of feminism.
A Conference Celebrating 65 Years of Collecting Women's History at Smith College Weinstein Auditorium
Wright Hall, Smith College
Northampton, MA
Free and open to the public
Details: Susan Barker @ 413.585.2970 or sbarker@email.smith.edu or visit "The Power of Women's Voices"

September 23 - Berkeley Marina, CA Anytime 12noon-3pm
Open Labyrinth Walk
Margie and the East Bay Labyrinth Project gang (led by KT Graham) are installing a full-size temporary labyrinth early Sunday morning at the future site of the permanent labyrinth at Berkeley's marina. Join us anytime noon to 3pm. Berkeley Marina East Lawn
Take University west off 80 to the Berkeley Marina. The labyrinth site is just south of the Marina Blvd. junction, not far from the Marina bus stop, on the left. Public parking is available.
Free and open to the public.

June 2 Berkeley, CA 8pm
Freight & Salvage Coffee House
1111 Addison St
Berkeley, CA 94702
For info and tickets: (510) 548-1761

June 8 - Kalamazoo, MI 8pm
Concert & Indoor Labyrinth Walk w/ "PORTAL to Avalon" multi-media presentation
Parish Church @ Cathedral of Christ the King
Vincent St., Kalamazoo, MI
Free & open to the public.
There will also be an outdoor open labyrinth walk before the concert at 7pm.
For more info: lkadamcz@juno.com

Hullaballoo Flyer June 22-24 Santa Fe, NM 8pm
Las Hermanas Old Feminist Reunion
Margie will perform a concert Saturday night in the midst of a weekend of feminist events and symposia including Mary Daly, Sonia Johnson, Cherrie Moraga, Sally Gearhart, Alix Dobkin, Paula Gunn Allen, Shaba Barnes, Hye Sook Hwang, Afia Walking Tree, and others. See flyer

Book Party for Barbara Love Flyer
Click for flyer
April 29 - Oakland, CA 2-5pm
Book Party for Barbara Love and "Feminists Who Changed America 1963-1975"
Event co-produced by Margie Adam and Boo Price in celebration of Barbara's remarkable contribution to feminist history.
Program will include music by Margie, comments by Barbara Love and women who are featured in the book, refreshments and community.
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd.
Montclair, CA

April 28 - San Francisco, CA 6:30-10pm
18th Annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards
Westin St. Francis Hotel
Margie presents Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon the GLAAD Pioneer Award (given to a pioneering individual, group, or media outlet that made a significant contribution to the development of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media images prior to the creation of the GLAAD Media Awards.)
Click here for Margie's introduction.

April 19 - Oakland, CA 7pm
Third Thursday Women's Showcase Open Mic
Margie is the "featured artist" and will perform e-part harmony version of "We Shall Go Forth!" for the first time since 1984. Come prepared to sing!
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd.
Oakland, CA
(corner of Mountain and Thornhill off Hghway 13)
All women welcome
Tickets $5

April 5 - San Francisco, CA 6-9pm
First Annual DreamSpeakers Awards
Purple Moon dance Project honors artists, especially women of color and lesbians, whose work continues to inspire social change, peace and healing. Margie joins Jewelle Gomez and Teresa Mejia in presenting awards to DreamSpeakers, Melanie DeMore, Madeleine Lim, Rhodessa Jones, Ellen Reiko Bepp, Sarah Crowell, Pamela Peniston, Neelanjana Banerjee, Ana Maurine Lara, Arisika Razak and Nancy Otto.
Zeum Theatre
221 4th st. @ Howard
San Francisco, CA
Ticket information: 415.552.1105

February 9 - San Francisco, CA 7pm
"Grace After Hours Labyrinth Walk"
Margie performs contemplative piano music from her recent work, PORTAL next to the labyrinth while the dawn-to-dusk photographic montage of Scotland's ancient Callanish Stones from her PORTAL DVD is projected on silk panels hung from the balcony.
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St.
San Francisco, CA
Free to the public

February 8 - San Francisco, CA 4:30pm (closed event)
Center of Excellence in Women's Health
Conference with seven nation-wide academic/community partnerships Labyrinth presentation, walk and post-walk discussion for conference participants


2006 Concerts, Festivals, Cruises, & Events

Margie Adam

November 12-14 - New York City, NY
Barbara Love celebrates publication of her book "Veteran Feminists of America Directory - 1963 to 1975" @ Barnard College. Margie will be involved, along with other feminist activists and artists in a series of events drawing attention to the release of this significant historical and political document.
Details: to be announced

November 8 San Francisco, CA
Women's Leadership Rivival Tour w/ Meg Wheatley
Kensington Park Hotel 6-9pm
Lodge @ Union Square
450 Post St.
Register at:www.berkana.org/women

November 3 - Marriotsville, MD
Bon Secour Spiritual Center - 7pm
1525 Marriotsville Road
Marriotsville, MD 21104
For more info: 410.442.1333

October 15 - Berkeley, CA
"Voices for Equality" Concert & Silent Auction
Sponsored by Equal Rights Advocates (E.R.A.)
Featuring veteran feminist singer-songwriter Margie Adam and young women musicians
Freight & Salvage Coffee House
1111 Addison St. (one block south of University Ave. off San Pablo Ave.)
For more info: events@equalrights.org or call 415.575.2382

September 29 - Kansas City, MO 8pm
All Souls UU Church
4501 Walnut
Kansas City, MO 64111
For more info: 816.691.8785
For tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com
Website:http://www.willowmusic.org

September8-15 Alaska
Olivia Cruise w/ Meg Christian, Kate Clinton, Sweet Honey in the Rock, René Hicks

August 26 - New York City, NY
12noon - 4pm
Women's Equality Day Event
(In Honor of Betty Friedan, Bella Abzug, Coretta Scott King)
Margie will perform during the 2-4pm program with speakers Barbara Ehrenreich, Kate Millet, Ronnie Eldridge, and musicians Sandy Rapp, Helen Hooke and others
Workshops 12noon-1:30pm including photographic history of the Women's Movement, Living Your Politics: Betty Friedan's Legacy, Bella Abzug's story on video and more
New York University Law School Auditorium
40 Washington Square South
Free to the public
For more info: womensrights826@optonline.net

August 8-13 Walhalla, MI
Michigan Womyn's Music Festival
Acoustic Stage
For more info: MichFest website

July 6-9 Bloomington, IL
National Women's Music Festival
University of Illinois-Bloomington
Mainstage

June 15-17-San Diego, CA
Sister Singers Festival
San Diego State University campus
Mainstage
For more info: SisterSingers website

June 9 - San Francisco, CA
"Grace After Hours" 7pm
Margie will perform contemplative solo piano music from her new 2-disc release, PORTAL live while the dawn-to-dusk photographic montage of Scotland's ancient Callanish Stones adapted from the PORTAL DVD is projected on a silk screen hung from the balcony above the labyrinth walk.
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St.
San Francisco, CA
Free to the public

April 29 - Oakland, CA
Breast Cancer Action labyrinth event
Co-sponsored by Women's Cancer Research Center and Charlotte Maxwell Clinic
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
Oakland, CA

April 21 - East Lansing, MI
"PORTAL Experience"
Concert & labyrinth walk
Edgewood United Church
For more info: Lansing event website

February 14 - San Francisco, CA
UCSF Center of Excellence in Women's Health
Concert for "Centered on Excellence" National CoE Conference hosted by UCSF.
(attended by entire leadership of 23 nation-wide CoE centers.)

January 28-29 - San Francisco, CA
Cris Williamsom "Changer and the Changed" 30th Anniversary Concerts
Special Surprise Guest with Bonnie Raitt, Holly Near, Rhiannon
Performed "Tender Lady" with Cris, Barbara Higbie, Vicki Randle, Julie Wolfe


Margie Adam's PORTAL Experience

Many people feel great concern about assaults on peace and justice occurring around the world. Finding positive energy to resist and persist in the midst of these challenges seems difficult and exhausting.

Margie Adam

Margie has created a cultural event for this moment. The PORTAL Experience includes two events folded into one: a concert followed by a community labyrinth peace walk.

In addition, Margie has developed a two-hour labyrinth workshop intertwining labyrinth history and community-building with applications for our healing, peace and justice work. This workshop includes a presentation, facilitated walk and a post-walk dialog. For more information...

Whether sharing The PORTAL Experience, a labyrinth workshop or a simple, intimate evening of music, humor and social commentary, Margie's intention is the same: to activate and reaffirm the progressive community spirit that will fuel us for the long haul.

For information about bringing Margie to your community, contact Pleiades Records at info@margieadam.com.


2005 Concerts and Appearances

November 27 - San Francisco, CA 12 noon
San Francisco Celebration of Craftswomen
Margie will perform a short 1/2 hour set at 12noon - participating in the rich celebration of Women's Music and Culture taking place over two weekends (Nov. 19, 20 and 26,27)
A Benefit for The Women's Building
Festival Pavilion - Ft. Mason Center
San Francisco, CA
Ticket information: www.celebrationofcraftswomen.org

November 11 - Oakland, CA 8pm
Margie Adam & Melanie DeMore Together Again!
Margie and Melanie will share the stage for a special evening of individual performances plus a sweet set of duets. Melanie's inspired work on Margie's recording, Avalon, has led to a collaboration that grows in depth and range with each concert opportunity. In celebration of the release of PORTAL, the new DVD "PORTAL To Avalon" will be shown.
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd.
Montclair, CA
Ticket Information: 510.339.1832

November 6 - San Francisco, CA Sunday, 6pm
Melt-Down: An Evening of Spiritual Activism in Response to Global Warming
Joining with musicians Ferron and Barbara Higbie and dancers Krissy Keefer and Dance Brigade, Margie will facilitate a labyrinth walk in a multi-media environment surrounded by Scotland''s ancient standing stones ("PORTAL To Avalon" DVD projected on 12x12 ft. wall) and a contemplative musical soundscape (recorded music from "PORTAL" CD).
Dance Mission Theater
3316 24th Street (corner Mission)
San Francisco CA 94110
Ticket Information: 415.273.4633

November 5 - San Francisco, CA 7pm
Melt-Down: An Evening of Spiritual Activism in Response to Global Warming
Joining with musicians Ferron and Barbara Higbie and dancers Krissy Keefer and Dance Brigade, Margie will facilitate a labyrinth walk in a multi-media environment surrounded by Scotland''s ancient standing stones ("PORTAL To Avalon" DVD projected on 12x12 ft. wall) and a contemplative musical soundscape (recorded music from "PORTAL" CD).
Dance Mission Theater
3316 24th Street (corner Mission)
San Francisco CA 94110
Ticket Information: 415.273.4633

April 16 - Rehoboth Beach, DE 8pm
5th Annual Camp Rehoboth Women's Weekend
Rehoboth Beach Convention Center
Margie will also present/facilitate a labyrinth walk (11:30am) and introduce "Radical Harmonies: A History of Women's Music" (2pm showing, followed by Q&A)
Ticket Information: 302.227.5620

April 2 - San Francisco, CA 8pm
"Loving Is Believing" - A concert to support MCC-SF's Music Program
MCC-San Francisco
150 Eureka Street, between 18th St. & 19th St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
General Admission: $25.00
VIP Seating & Reception: $100.00
For tickets and info: MCC Concert

March 12 - Traverse City, MI - 7:30pm
"Social Justice, Love, and the Power of Women's Music - Margie Adam in Concert"
Co-sponsored by Project YES, Welcoming Congregation Committee of the UUCGT and Friends North of Michigan

U.U. Church
6726 Center Road (M-37)
For tickets and info: 231.275.3311

March 10 - Ypsilanti, MI 7pm
"Social Justice, Love, and the Power of Women's Music - Margie Adam in Concert"
Co-sponsored by Women's Studies Program, Project YES(Youth for Equality and Safety), C.A.R.E. and American Friends Service-LGBT Programs

Alexander Music Hall
Eastern Michigan University
For tickets and info: 734.487.1177

February 5 - Grand Marais, MN
Joan Drury's 60th Birthday Bash
A fund-raiser for Violence Prevention Center and Arrowhead Center for the Arts

Open to the public. Ticket prices sliding scale.
Grand Marais Playhouse, Main Street, Grand Marais
For more information contact: 1.888.887.3370

January 30 - Oakland, CA 2-6:30pm
Tenth Anniversary Celebration of Sacred Grove Women's Forest Sanctuary
including WFS update, program, labyrinth presentation & walk.
Open to the public.
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd. at Thornhill (in Montclair off Hiway 13)
Donations of $15-$25-$35 to cover costs.
Contact: 415.461.5539
Click here to download a flyer for the event.


2004 Concerts and Appearances
Margie with Melanie DeMore

October 23 - San Francisco, CA
Day of Meditation and Prayer for Peace
Ft. Mason Pier
With Cheri Huber, Michael Lerner, Sylvia Boorstein and other activist/seekers.
Margie facilitates on open labyrinth walk from 10:30-5pm for all participants.


October 8-11 - Santa Cruz, CA
Astraea Lesbian Foundation Retreat: Women and LGBT Philanthropy Chaminade Retreat Center
Margie and Melanie DeMore help build community with sing-alongs and a concert Sunday night.
Margie also facilitates labyrinth two walks for the attendees.



October 7, 2004 - San Francisco, CA
Women's Building 25th Anniversary Gala
Margie will be appearing with Gloria Steinem, Linda Tillery, Janice Mirikitani, Cris Williamson, Loco Bloco and others...
Herbst Theatre, Van Ness Ave.

July 22-25 - Columbus, OH
30th Annual National Women's Music Festival
Margie headlines the July 23, Friday night Main Stage Concert with Tret Fure and Zoe Lewis. Other artists performing over the weekend include Cris Williamson, Ubaka Hill, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Alix Olson, Ember Swift and Wishing Chair.

July 18 - Berkeley, CA Sunday 2:00 - 4:00 pm. - Out Front For Kerry
DoubleTree Hotel @ Berkeley Marina
This event is a fund-raiser for John Kerry's presidential campaign and is organized by the Bay Area LGBT community and friends. Margie is a Co-Host of the event and will be a featured speaker along with Rep. Barbara Lee, Assemblyman Mark Leno, David Mixner and others

March for Womens's Lives, Washington DC April 25, 2004 June 17 - Marin, CA Thursday 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Marin Services for Women 25th Anniversary Open House
Margie will be performing during the program (4 - 5 pm)
1251 South Eliseo Drive, Greenbrae, CA.

April 25 - Washington, DC
March For Women's Lives
Mainstage at The Mall (between 3rd and 14th Sts.)
Rally from 10am to 12pm, March from 1-5pm.
For more information, visit www.marchforwomen.org
Margie is one of the speakers/entertainers who joins a coalition of 1200 organizations including NOW, NARAL, ACLU, Black Women's Health Imperative, Latina Institute of Reproductive Health, Planned Parenthood at this rally/march for Choice. Click here for Margie's speech.

April 13 - Oakland, CA
"In Sickness & In Health" - Mautner Project Event
Margie is co-host of this first-ever west coast MP event held to raise visibility and funds for this important national organization focused lesbians and breast cancer.

March 31 - Berkeley, CA
Outstanding Berkeley Women Awards Ceremony
City of Berkeley - Commission on the Status of Women
Margie is honored for her "outstanding work and unique community/professional contributions on behalf of the citizens of Berkeley."
North Berkeley Senior Center, 1901 Hearst St.

March 30 - Palo Alto, CA
Community Labyrinth Peace Walk
Margie gives a short history with personal reflections on the labyrinth followed by a facilitated walk.
Notre Dame de Namur University, Campus gym, 12noon-2pm

February 22 - San Francisco, CA
Wedding Reception for Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon
Hyatt Regency Grand Ballroom, Market St.
2pm - Free and open to the public
Margie serenades Del and Phyllis with "Goin' to the Chapel" along with friends, Linda Tillery, Vicki Randle and Melanie DeMore at the LGBT's community wedding celebration.

"Running an errand" in Scotland...

Click here for a slide show of stones and more... Small - Large

Margie
The Avalon Stones
I used to think songwriting and composing were only done at the piano. So, of course, I was often filled with guilt for not spending more time at the piano. It was my dear friend, the songwriter Meg Christian who taught me that time spent doing errands is part of the song-writing process.

According to Webster's Dictionary, an errand is "a short trip taken to attend to some business."

So it is that I am "running an errand" in Scotland and Wales this Spring, I will be travelling once again to the Callanish Stones in the Outer Hebrides as well as to the stones pictured on the cover of Avalon in south Wales.

Margie
Wales Landscape
At this point, I'm beginning to wonder when the trips back and forth to the UK are going to stop so I can sit down at the piano to write what is bubbling up through the crevises and crannies of my experience. I have already gone to Wales twice in less than a year's time. On the other hand, since I started writing music in 1964 - forty years ago now! - I have come to trust that the process and music will reveal itself to me in their own time.

The trajectory of new music has a kind of natural history. These are the phases: I complete a recording project (such as Avalon) and then I spend a couple of years touring with the new recording. At some point, the stir about the new recording quiets down and I move into much more quiet place. Time to garden. Time to go scuba diving. Time to walk the labyrinth. Time to listen to what I feel called to do - to see - to experience. Walking the labyrinth came from this place and ultimately resulted in my last CD, Avalon.

Margie
Callinish Circle
More recently - I have been called to visit ancient stone circles in Wales and Scotland. The purpose of these visits has yet to be revealed to me but that I should make these pilgrimages right now is absolutely clear to me.

Everything in my songwriting past suggests that the time will come when I begin to long for time away with the piano. This longing will gradually build to such a racket in my life that I will have no choice but to pack up and go somewhere to literally sit at the piano until the songs begin to come flying through. In the past I've settled into a cabin at the Russian River or a cottage in Bodega Bay - both in Northern California. I have no idea where I'll be sitting this time.

What I do know is that there is reason to believe that if I end up in a quiet space with a piano at the end of this travel to the UK, I will begin to write what I have, what I have experienced, what I have been given. These songs will be the material on the next recording, which I will then perform whenever I get a chance.

So there you have it: the natural history of a song and evolution of a performace.

--Margie


10.29.03 Update

Margie's work with the labyrinth continues to evolve.
Margie Her interest in introducing this grounding tool to the peace & justice communities led her to produce several Community Labyrinth Peace Walks in the first half of 2003. Out of those events, the East Bay Labyrinth Project was formed. This organization of volunteers is dedicated to installing a stone labyrinth in a public and accessible site in Berkeley, CA.

Her appearances will continue to reflect her work as an organizer as well as a musician.

Click here for Margie's comments on her work with the labyrinth as it relates to the peace and justice movement.

2003 Concerts & Appearances Schedule

October 29 - San Francisco, CA
Celebration of Community Voices - Music, Poetry and Dance.
UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health
with Melanie DeMore, Rene Hicks and Jan Mirikitani

October 6 - San Francisco, CA
The 10 Women Campaign Awards Ceremony 2003
ODC Theater
3153 17th St. (at Shotwell)
Tickets: $12-$25 sliding scale ODC Box Office (415) 863-9834 or www.ticketweb.com
Margie is being honored along with 9 other "leading women in civic life and the arts who have affected great social change." Other honorees include Medea Benjamin, Wilma Chan, Roma Guy, Aileen C. Hernandez, Heidi Kuhn, Lana Miller, Eva Jefferson Paterson, Pamela Y. Price and Stephanie Salter.

September 21 - Berkeley, CA
Dedication of the New Willard Community Peace Labyrinth
Willard Middle School at Telegraph Ave. between Derby and Stuart Sts.
2:00PM - Sunday Free and open to the public.
After a brief program sponsored by the East Bay Labyrinth Project, Margie will introduce the new 35-foot labyrinth, painted on the blacktop near the Willard Greening Project gardens. Refreshments and special activities for children of all ages.
For more information about the East Bay Labyrinth Project or this event, email: Nina@NinaHam.com or phone: 510 526-7377.

July 20 - Berkeley, CA
Community Labyrinth Peace Walk - The newly formed East Bay Labyrinth Project will sponsor Margie to present the labyrinth and talk about its applications for the feminist, peace & justice communities. Following the presentation, she will facilitate a walk accompanied by recorded piano music from "Avalon," "Soon and Again" and "Naked Keys"
North Berkeley Senior Center
1901 Hearst Avenue at MLK Jr. Way
Program begins at 2pm.
Admission is FREE
For more information contact:
  Phone 510.526.7377
  Email: Nina@NinaHam.com

June 15 - Berkeley, CA - (Please note new Berkeley location)
Community Labyrinth Peace Walk - The newly formed East Bay Labyrinth Project will sponsor Margie to present the labyrinth and talk about its applications for the feminist, peace & justice communities. Following the presentation, she will facilitate a walk accompanied by recorded piano music from "Avalon," "Soon and Again" and "Naked Keys"
North Berkeley Senior Center
1901 Hearst Avenue at MLK Jr. Way
Program begins at 2pm.
Admission is FREE
For more information contact:
  Phone 510.526.7377
  Email: Nina@NinaHam.com

April 20 - Oakland, CA
Community Labyrinth Peace Walk: Margie will present the labyrinth and talk about its applications for the feminist, peace & justice communities. Following this presentation, she will facilitate a walk accompanied by recorded piano music from "Naked Keys," "Soon and Again" and "Avalon."
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd.
2-5:30 pm   Doors open at 1:30pm
Admission is FREE
For more information contact:
  Phone: 510.528.8193
  Email: info@TheAvalonProject.org

March 16 - Oakland, CA
Community Labyrinth Peace Walk: Margie will present the labyrinth, talk about its applications for the feminist, peace & justice communities and facilitate a walk
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club
1650 Mountain Blvd.
2-5:30 pm   Doors open at 1:30pm
Admission is FREE
For more information contact:
  Phone: 510.528.8193
  Email: info@TheAvalonProject.org

March 14 - San Francisco, CA
Grace After Hours Presents "Making Music in Troubled Times"
Conversation & Music with Margie Adam
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St.
7:30pm
Admission is FREE
Phone: 415.749.6358
Email: veriditas@gracecathedral.org

March 1 - San Francisco, CA
At The Edge: A Conversation Between Seeker and Activist with music and the labyrinth w/ Lauren Artress
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St.
Tickets: $30   Space is limited to 55 people. Advance registration required.
For more information contact:
  Phone: 415.749.6358
  Email: veriditas@gracecathedral.org

February 21-23 - Silver Bay, NY
At The Edge: An Exploration of Seeker and Activist Impulses with music and the labyrinth w/ Lauren Artress
A two-day intensive including conversation, group discussion, labyrinth walk w/ Margie's piano improvisation and more
$235 plus housing fee
Space is limited to 50 people. Advance registration required.
For more information contact:
  Phone: 415.749.6358
  Email: veriditas@gracecathedral.org

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