Ithaca Red Tent

September 20th, 2015 by Jhenah

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How might your life have been different if there had been a place for you, a place for you to go to be with your mother, with your sisters and the aunts, with your grandmothers, and the great- and great-great-grandmothers, a place of women to go, to be, to return to, as woman?

How might your life be different?  

– Judith Duerk, Circle of Stones

The Ithaca Red Tent seeks to help you find the answer to that question, and strives to BE that place for you: a place for ALL women, a place of safety and empowerment which is co-created by the women who enter the sacred space beyond the folds of the Red Tent.

Come join us as we manifest this transformative place where women can speak and be heard, weep and be held, laugh and be celebrated, give of themselves and have their sharings be received.

What is the Red Tent?

It is a place for women, created by women, where we can explore all that it means to be a woman.

JOIN US

First Saturday of Every Month
12:30 – 3:30 PM
Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar
139 W State Street, Ithaca, NY **Geneva Street Entrance**

First Meeting: OCTOBER 3, 2015

10:00am – 12:00pm Screening of the Red Tent Movie – “Things We Don’t Talk About”, directed by Isadora Leidenfrost, PhD
12:00pm – 1:00pm Pot Luck Lunch – please bring a dish to share
1:00pm – 3:00pm Red Tent Visioning and Organizational Meeting – Let’s work together to manifest the Ithaca Red Tent
Women of all ages and creeds are welcome!

Daughters of participants, aged 9 -18, are welcome to participate in the Maiden Tent — A Place for Girls.

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