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Dancing to the Music of the Forest
Dancing to the Music of the Forest

Dancing to the Music of the Forest

Can Trees Really Sing? How do they sound when they sing? Do they change their tune when it’s sunny or wet? What is it like to dance barefoot in a forest? How can we connect to nature indoors? Find those answers and many others at Dancing to the Music of the Forest.

Time & Location

Mar 08, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Capital High School , 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia, WA 98502, USA

About the event

Join us for an evening of learning through dance, music, and film where you'll actually hear the trees sing! In this multimedia dance performance and educational event, you'll hear biofeedback from trees translated into musical notes, explore the mycelial networks that make up our forests, and learn about local efforts to protect Legacy Forests--all through arts and entertainment!

Donations allow Friends of Trees to expand our workshops, community walks, and campaigns, like:

  • Educating the public about trees and forest therapy
  • Fighting for better ordinances to protect trees
  • Launching our campaign "Saving the Giants”to protect trees with designations like “Exceptional” for trees over 24" Diameter at Breast Height (DBH)
  • Working in coalition with other groups to protect Old Growth forests

Tickets $25 adults $10 students, seniors, low income

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