Solstice, June 20th

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Shine the Light this Saturday, June 20th

So happy to be supporting friends at Hollyhock this solstice. We will meet the turning of the season with the radiance of many brilliant presenters and community. Celebrate with us at a day-long virtual Hollyhock-a-thon – showcasing music, movement, nature immersion, learning, and more!

This is a free event open to all. Please also register for details and updates.

 With the cancellation of many of their programs and deep uncertainty about when they will be able to open again, Hollyhock is facing hard financial times. How do we turn this shadow into light, and embrace the expansive pause of this time to envision the world we really want to create?


Solstice Ritual at 2:43pm PT, while the sun is at its peak.

Danielle LaPorte
Wade Davis
Akaya Windwood & Sarah Crowell
Kim Haxton
Ann Randolph
Thomas Atum O’Kane

Cosmo Sheldrake & Merlin Sheldrake
Tarun Nayar (Delhi 2 Dublin)
Khari Wendell McClelland
Chloe Goodchild
Ann Mortifee
Kimo Hussey
Vanessa Richards
Robert Gass & Judith Ansara
Nick Dermis & Melina Laboudan-Massimo
Michael Mayzel & Ayi Wong (Sound Journey)

Mara Branscombe
Margie Gillis
Gordy Ryan & Zoe Ryan
Judyth Weaver

…and more!


Join us for the full day, or drop in anytime. Let’s bring in the light, and celebrate Solstice together.

Ann Mortifee

Singer Ann Mortifee is a genre unto herself. Blessed with a remarkable four-octave range and a gift for impacting hearts with her music and lyrics, her albums, concerts, full-length musicals, scores (ballet, film, opera, TV), and In Love with the Mystery book have generated national/international distinctions and awards. She is an Order of Canada Member, the country’s highest civilian honour. A world traveller, compelling storyteller, and sought-after keynote speaker for major conferences, Ann creates and facilitates inspiring arts and consciousness workshops and co-founded two foundations - for social innovation and for forestry conservation. Based in BC, Ann is the wife of the late jazz flutist, Paul Horn.

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