Against our War making policies? Take you message to the streets. Join a murder of crows in a message of change.
During the workshops there are many ways to help. The section also includes people in black carrying signs moving among those in crow costumes, and that making of a sign is a one workshop project. Dig up that pithy quote and attend a workshop. It is fun!
Saturdays, 1-3 pm
Tuesdays, 7-9 pm
Thursdays, 7-9 pm
We are Still at War!
Voice your message, on the wings of a Problem / Solution Crow, or a sign.
2 – Single Wing Formations:
Parade with; Wingback, stilt walkers; Wing -1 and Wing-2, running; Tight End, running;
2 – Rope Handlers:
Parade Rope Handler, cues
1 – Crow Rider:
Parade Crow Rider, bicycle
It is important to attend at least one section rehearsal; this is where we will choreograph our movement through the parade. Rehearsal dates are:
- 11 am on Saturday, April 16th
- 2 pm on Saturday, April 23rd (kids’ group rehearsal)
- 6 pm on Thursday, April 21st
- 7 pm on Wednesday the 27th
On the Day of the Parade
Parade line-up is at noon on 25th St and 17th Ave S
The parade moves from the line-up sites south on Bloomington Ave and enters Powderhorn Park at 34th St.
It takes about two hours to walk the route, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and to be dressed for the unpredictable spring weather.
Wear black clothes and shoes beneath your costume.
Bring water that can be carried under your costume.
Thanks! Emily, Tina, Janaki, and Dee
All sorts of talents can help. All sorts of voices encouraged.