NOTE: In response to the global pandemic, SFTS Lodge suspended public meetings in March 2020. We will be re-opening in November 2021, with appropriate Covid protocols & on a limited basis. See the Special Event announcement below. Meanwhile, our twice-monthly Facebook Live program will carry on in October & beyond. Launched during the Covid shutdown, these twice-monthly online presentations will continue, even after re-opening, as a vital, ongoing feature of Lodge activities.
SFTS Lodge Online Events for October 2021
On Sunday, 10/17/21 at 6 p.m. --
Elaine Santos - "The Magic of Imagery"
On Sunday, 10/24/21 at 6 p.m. --
John Paul Gauer - "Yoga Nidra"
To enjoy these offerings, just come to https://www.facebook.com/sfts.lodge at the appointed hour on the designated day. Free and available to the public.
Special Event Announcement: "Survivors Dreaming"
MPOWERDANCE Project and the San Francisco Theosophical Society Present
Nov. 4th, 5th and 6th, 2021, 6:00 pm to 9 pm. Mark your calendar!
Grand Re-Opening of SFTS Lodge: Over a year and a half ago, the Lodge suspended in-person meetings in response to the global pandemic. During this challenging time, the Lodge has continued its work on-line, utilizing Facebook Live and other social media platforms.This will be our first on-site event in March 2020.
Covid Protocols: Proof of full Covid vaccination required. Attendance limited to 25 people per evening. Covid masks required, except for when eating and drinking.
Drawing on the powerful convergent energies of Dia de los Muertos, Celtic New Year and the Festival of Lights, through Interactive Live Art, Installation Art, Dance Performance, Woven Representation, Spoken Word, Photography, Painting and Costumes, "Survivors Dreaming" offers abundant gratitude at the altar of life and death.
We are survivors dreaming. We acknowledge our own personal and intimate loss and its shadow of grief. It is of the gravest importance to live, to love, to enjoy our loved ones and to honor all living beings. Through dance, art, spoken word and music, we share our lights. For those who have gone before us, for the loss they endured and sang through, for the lessons they grew from (or didn’t), for the tasks they left behind, so that we might go beyond, in some small or giant way of our own. As the veil between worlds grows thinnest and half of the world grows dark, join us in remembrance and celebration.
Each of the three evenings will offer something different. Details will follow soon.