Saturday, April 11, 2009
Sage Advise for First Time Gatherers
People who participate in Rainbow Gatherings have a written a number of raps over the years that help distill collective wisdom on how to have a fun, safe and memorable gathering. If you're a first time gatherer, or still in the fog about gathering logistics, here's some great links, all posted at RainbowGuide.info.
The Mini Manual is a great how to plan a gathering, how to be safe at the gathering and how to keep yourself and the rest of the gathering healthy.
Rap 107 is the short version on gathering safety - learn it, know it, live it.
Not sure what to bring, check out the awesome Turtle guide. If you've never camped before, remember the golden rule: “Bring every good thing. If it ain’t on this list, consider leaving it home. If in doubt, leave it out. ‘Cuz if you bring it in, you gotta bring it out. And well, dang! You just might be surprised how little you really need.” Bring love and hugs and good vibes, and most importantly, bring you.
Have children, then you want to read the Kidz Rap.
If you're not using to being on the opposite side of the law, you better read Rap 420.
Wondering about how alcohol fits into the gathering, read Raps 150/115.
Posted by Karin at 7:36 PM