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How to Prepare for World Peace and Prayer Day 2015

We've had a lot of inquiries lately about camping at Howard Prairie Lake Resort while attending World Peace and Prayer Day June 18-21, and here is the low-down about HOW to do this--to reserve your camp site at Howard Prairie, simply call the Jackson County Parks Department, 541-774-8183, during their open hours, to reserve your space. They will tell you what camp sites will be close to the gathering. The fee is $18 per night, and they will let you know how to go about reservations and payment. Click "read more" below for more important information.

Big Benefit for World Peace and Prayer Day!

Please support! If you can't attend, you can still donate via our current crowd-funding campaign on GoFundMe. Please find this campaign here: www.worldpeaceandprayerday.com

10% donated from sale to RED! - Rare Arthur Shilstone original Watercolor Bele'm Brazil Marina w/lettr - $15000

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I WILL DONATE 10% OF ALL SALES OF MY ADS! TO RED & WWPD! Thanks T erry

more pics below
http://newhaven.craigslist.org/clt/4955190095.html

Greetings art lovers...

Rare Arthur Shilstone original Watercolor Bele'm Brazil Marina w/handwritten letter

American Watercolorist, Illustrator, painter

Item offered:

Marina, Bele'm Brazil 1956 -- 18 inch x 25 inch
This painting is mounted in a simple black framed with protective glass.

$12,500 obo - please call: 5 4 1 3 2 4 3 1 5 1

Please note, We will only sell via verified art broker / gallery from Ashland or Medford Oregon of your choice. And use an accredited escrow company to protect all parties. Or, if you are close, I can deliver in person. Shipping and crating TBD depending on best offer. Thanks for your interest in this RARE painting.

He worked for NASA, Smithonian Magazine and National Geographic Society.
His newer gallery original water colors sell between $3000 and $7800+, as you read the letter below, please see second to last line of letter...

A letter written to a former owner about the Bele'm Original Watercolor

Dear Mr.

"Thank you for sending along the print of an (original) watercolor done by me 38 years ago. (Now 59 years ago). The location of it is, Bele'm, Brazil, near the mouth of the Rio Par'a, part of the Amazon basin. It is easy to find on the map. I was on assignment for Varig Airlins, painting some of the major stops.
Bele'm was one of them. I also managed to do a few things for myself. I have another painting very similar to it that I kept as a reminder of that trip. Since this is not a subject that I would normally paint today, and since it was also done (38 years ago), now (59 years ago) when I was just starting out and working in a style somewhat different from the way I work today, it would not be of interest to my galleries. HOW IT EVER FOUND ITS WAY TO THE OPEN MARKET IS A MYSTERY TO ME. Thank you for your interest in the paining.

Sincerely yours,

Arthur Shilstone"

More Info:

Born in 1922. Enroll in Brooklyn's
Pratt Institute in 1941. WW
II VET

Shilstone's work appeared in more than three dozen publications, from Life, Smithsonian
and National Geographic to Sports Illustrated,
Gourmet and Field & Stream
; from book jackets and album covers for artists such as Billie Holiday to on-location assignments
for clients like Brazil's Varig Airlines.

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12500.00
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Crowd-Funding Campaign for World Peace and Prayer Day 2015

PLEASE consider donating to this GoFundMe campaign!!! Red Earth Descendants will host World Peace and Prayer Day 2015, and in our usual grassroots spirit, we will need serious funding to bring our elders, wisdom keepers and international guests here to the gathering in June. We are hosting as a community, and we need your help.

http://www.gofundme.com/elderyouth

Please Consider Making a Donation to Help Fund World Peace and Prayer Day!

For ten memorable years, Red Earth Descendants have hosted and sponsored dozens of events, projects, camps and community service activities, free of charge for our community. We have considered it the highest honor to serve the People. It is an auspicious and amazing privilege to host the 20th Annual World Peace and Prayer Day gathering, with Arvol Looking Horse attending and officiating, representing a beautiful prayer in action for us. We thank you, our community, for considering making a donation to help fund the enormity of this gathering. Please click "read more" below!

20th Annual International World Peace and Prayer Day June 18-21, 2015

You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming 20th Annual International World Peace and Prayer Day/Honoring Sacred Sites Day, taking place once again this year, June 18-21, 2015. Ceremonies will be held under the guidance of Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Elders of the local Tribal Nations with prayers and offerings from attending Wisdom Keepers, Elders and honored guests.

Fund-Raiser for Winnemem Wintu Tribe, Film Showing, "Dancing Salmon Home!"

Red Earth Descendants presents
Dancing Salmon Home

The Award winning Documentary of The Winnemem Wintu Tribes struggle to return their Salmon relatives to Mt. Shasta

Saturday October 25th 6pm at the Ashland community Center

Serving roasted buffalo and other lite appetizers, beverages and dessert provided ~ Pendleton blanket raffle

$15-25 sliding All proceeds scale donated to Winnememem
Wintu people

Chief Caleen Sisk and filmmaker Will Doolittle to speak and take questions

World Peace and Prayer Day 2015 in the Rogue Valley

World Peace and Prayer Day/Honoring Sacred Sites Day is in its 20th year of international celebration. Ceremonies will be held under the guidance of Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Elders of the local Tribal Nations with prayers and offerings from attending Wisdom Keepers, Elders and honored guests. We encourage people of all Nations to step forward in recognizing the value of their own cultural roots and in so doing, reconnecting with the strengths and wisdom that all traditional cultures hold in common--our connection to each other and to the Earth.