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Home2Headwaters: Where Does Your Water Come From? (CC)

October 29 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

MULTI-ACCESS EVENT

In July 2022, Nina Gordon-Kirsch walked more than 240 miles, tracing the Mokelumne River  – the river that provides tap water to the East Bay. She left her home on Lisjan Ohlone land (so called Oakland) and 33 days later she arrived on Washoe land, at the headwaters of the Mokelumne River in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. 
To hear about her journey and discoveries:
Join us for a conversation with Nina Gordon-Kirsch as she shares her journey discovering the source of our water here in the Bay. We heard about the river that waters Eden at the HHD and how that connects us all. Now learn about the journey of the water that arrives when you turn on your tap at home and appreciate the source of this precious resource.

We’ll also have a Q & A session.

Suggested Donations
In-Person: $18-$54
Via Zoom: $18-$36
*No one turned away for lack of funds/pay what you can.

REGISTRATION HERE
Zoom Link Provided once registered

LOCATION: In the Fireside Room @ Kehilla
***For wheelchair access enter the building through the entrance on Grand Avenue (by the bus stop).***

HOSTED BY: Sacred Land Committee
Email the Sacred Land Committee if you have questions.

IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ: The full Kehilla COVID Public Health Protocols here (updated December 1).

Effective December 1 – This new protocol is designed to decrease the possibility that the COVID, Flu or RSV virus spread at Kehilla.

  1. Anyone experiencingANY symptoms of potentially contagious illness should remain at home and access Kehilla events virtually, regardless of vaccination status or even if you have received a negative COVID test result.
  2. Everyone attending a program, event, service or meeting held at Kehilla must stay current on all COVID vaccines and boosters, though we will no longer ask for proof upon entry. We encourageeveryone to take a rapid antigen test before coming to Kehilla.
  3. All in-person attendees are expected to be masked indoors when not eating: N95, KN95, KF94 or comparable mask required.

In keeping with our health and safety protocols, Kehilla will provide maximum air filtration and ventilation. Doors and windows will be opened whenever possible and we recommend that you bring layers (it may be cold in the building).

All events at Kehilla are scent-free. Click here for information about what it means to be scent-free.

*Closed Captioning (CC) provided.

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