Paneurhythmy in Tahlequah, OK!
  
2014 Paneurhythmy Season
We began our season on Friday, the 21th of March, with a sunrise meditation followed by breakfast, then we played Paneurhythmy.
We meet Tuesday and Friday by
 Beta Pond  at NSU.    This page is geo-coded
        March 21st - September 21st
 
Each meeting to play Paneurhythmy begins at 8:30 a.m.  For more information:
please call  RAndolph  at the number found at the bottom of this page.
For vertical rain, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park;
else, for horizontal rain, we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2013 Paneurhythmy Season
We begin our season on Wednesday, the 20th of March, with a sunrise meditation followed by breakfast, then we will play Paneurhythmy.  For more information please call  RAndolph  at the number found at the bottom of this page.
We meet Tuesday and Friday
by  Beta Pond  at NSU.
        March 26th - September 21st
 
Each meeting at 8:00 a.m.
 
If raining, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park,
else we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2012 Paneurhythmy Season
We begin our season on Monday, the 21st of March, with a sunrise meditation followed by breakfast, then we will play Paneurhythmy.  For more information please call  RAndolph  at the number found at the bottom of this page.
We meet Tuesday and Friday
by  Beta Pond  at NSU.
        March 22nd - September 22nd
 
Each meeting at 9:00 a.m.
 
If raining, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park,
else we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2011 Paneurhythmy Season
We begin our season on Monday, the 21st of March, with a sunrise meditation followed by breakfast, then we will play Paneurhythmy.  For more information please call  RAndolph  at the number found at the bottom of this page.
We meet in the pine grove
across from
Sparrowhawk Community Center
every Tuesday.
        March 22nd - September 22nd
 
On every Friday we meet by
 Beta Pond  at NSU.
Each meeting at 9:30 a.m.
 
If raining, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park,
else we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2010 Paneurhythmy Season
We begin our season on Monday, the 21st of March, with a sunrise meditation followed by breakfast, then we will play Paneurhythmy.  For more information please call  RAndolph  at the number found at the bottom of this page.
We meet in the pine grove
across from
Sparrowhawk Community Center
every Tuesday.
        March 22nd - September 22nd
 
On every Friday we meet by
 Beta Pond  at NSU.
Each meeting at 9:30 a.m.
 
If raining, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park,
else we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2009 Paneurhythmy Season
We meet in the pine grove
across from
Sparrowhawk Community Center
every Tuesday.
        March 22nd - September 22nd
 
On every Friday we meet by
 Beta Pond  at NSU.
Each meeting at 8:30 a.m.
 
If raining, we meet in the  Gazebo  in Norris Park,
else we may be found inside the  UUCT  sanctuary.
 

  
2008 Paneurhythmy Season
We meet in the pine grove
across from
Sparrowhawk Community Center
every Tuesday.
        March 22nd - September 22nd
 
On every Thursday we meet by
 Beta Pond  at NSU.
 
Each meeting at 8:30 a.m.
 

  
2007 Paneurhythmy Season
March 22nd - September 22nd.
We meet by Beta Pond at NSU,
every Thursday.
On every Tuesday we meet in the pine grove across from Sparrowhawk Community Center.
Each meeting at 8:30 a.m.
 

  
2007 Summer Gatherings
June 17th - 21st.
St. Louis, MO area.
Summer solstice.
August 17th - 23rd.
 Crestone, Colorado .
"Beginning of the Divine Year."
 

  
2007 Winter Gatherings
Sunday Study and Singing
4:00 PM with 5:30 PM Potluck
George's Home
Tuesday Review of Movements
2nd Tuesday of the month
8:30 AM - Unitarian Church
January 16thJanuary 21st
February 20thFebruary 25th
March 13thMarch 18th
                 Any questions?  Call George at:  918 - 458 - 3018.
 

 
In 2006:
 

During playing season we danced at 8:30 AM every second Tuesday by the Sparrowhawk Village Community Building.  We also danced at 8:30 AM every other Tuesday by Beta Pond on NSU's campus in Tahlequah.

We gathered at Brother George's each month for singing and studying the words of the master.   We also reviewed the movements of the Paneurhythmy once a month at the local Unitarian Congregation.

Special Demonstration of Paneurhythmyat the
Tulsa Spirit Fair February 11th, 2006 held at the Radisson Tulsa Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma

We were able to take six of our dancers to the National Gathering in St. Louis, MO this year for the summer solstice.   This was a wonderful trip!  We again renewed friendships, as well as maked new ones along the way.

Several more of us were able to travel to the National Gathering in Crestone, CO for August 17th - 23rd.

 

 
In 2005:
 
         We danced at 8:30 AM every Tuesday by the Sparrowhawk Village Community Building - March 22nd - September 22nd.
 
         We also danced at 8:30 AM every Friday (possibly Thursday) by the gazebo near Beta Pond on NSU's campus in Tahlequah.
 
 
         We were invited to dance at the Dogwood Festival earlier in 2005.  This festival took place on the Cherokee Square in downtown Tahlequah.  It showcased the local vocal, instrumental, and dancing talent available here.  We were happy to dance The First Day of Spring for them, before inviting the spectators to join with us.   We began with eight of our local dancers then gained seven visitor dancers, as well as several more interested onlookers.  It was a fun event for us.
         Our own Cathy Leigh Lamb set up a booth with materials about Paneurhythmy available.   It was a nice place to hang out during the day.  She also sold some of her art work, and some of the braclets we have been making, to help raise money to send her, and her son Benjamin, to Bulgaria this summer for the annual gathering there.  She has felt led to continue the ministry of Paneurhythmy to the United States, and believes that their trip will be of great value to her endevor.
         We were able to take six of our dancers to the National Gathering in St. Louis, MO this year.   This was a wonderful trip!  We renewed friendships, as well as making new ones along the way.
 

 
       Directions to the Sparrowhawk Village Community Building.
At Tahlequah:
       Begin at the intersection of East Downing and the Bertha Parker Bypass.
Travel 2 miles east on US Highway 62, turn north on Highway 10.
Travel 3 miles north to the Sparrowhawk Village turnoff, turn to the right.
Travel 4 miles east, and north, to the Sparrowhawk Village sign.
       (This is a blacktop road (asphalt),
                 including a short rocky road down a big hill, at the very center.)
Turn right, just past the sign, onto a dirt road.
Proceed one block.  On the right is the Community Building.
      Lat. 35.9819; Long. -94.8873
 
 
       Directions to the gazebo in Norris Park of Tahlequah.
       At the north end of Main St. (a.k.a. Muskogee Ave., or old Highway 82), just before Northeastern Oklahoma State University (NSU), one will find a local cafe called The Iguana.  The grassy area just south of here is Norris Park.  The gazebo is located on the north edge of the park.       Lat. 35.9172; Long. -94.9685
 
       At the north end of Main St. one will travel over the town branch bridge.  There they will find NSU on the left side of the road.  At the foot of the campus, will be a large grassy area.  This is Beta Field.  Beta Pond is between this field and the creek, the town branch.  Between Beta Field and Beta Pond was once found the NSU gazebo, just behind the NSU president's home.  This gazebo was torn down in early 2006.
      Lat. 35.9182; Long. -94.9701
 
 
       Directions to the Unitarian Congregation of Tahlequah.
       Located on the northeast corner of the intersection of College and Delaware Streets, this lovely building will be found one block west of the northwest corner of the Cherokee Courthouse Square in the center of Tahlequah.       Lat. 35.9139; Long. -94.9719
 

 
For more information, contact Randolph at:  918 - 453 - 3750.
 
 
 

 
"When you visit a friend who is working in the field,
start working along with your friend."

  --  Beinsa Douno
   # 503
 

 
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