Off the Rails and headed for Abegweit

Off the Rails and headed for Abegweit

Mon June 22, 4PM: Train of Thought PEI/Abegweit Welcome
Mawiomi Building, Scotchfort
With honorary guests including Abegweit First Nation Chief Brian Francis, MLA Peter Bevan-Baker, drum performances, and more.

Tues June 23, 1PM: Water Ceremony
Rock Barra Retreat
The Train of Thought Travellers have been collecting water from every stop along the west-to-east journey. At Rock Barra Retreat, we will perform a water blessing and pay tribute to all the areas that it has been collected from before releasing it back into the open sea.

Dr. Irene Novaczek is a Benthic ecologist with the Deptartment of Fisheries and Oceans in Basin Head Marine Protected Area PEI.

Teresa Doyle is a vocal explorer whose exploration has taken her around the world. Her
repertoire reflects her journey but is always firmly rooted in the Celtic music and stories of her native Prince Edward Island. Her work has garnered two East Coast Music Awards, two JUNO nominations, and more. Arts education is also a strong focus for Teresa, who performs and teaches at folk festivals and in schools.

Todd E. MacLean has been an environmental columnist on CBC Radio, a commentator on CBC TV, and a weekly columnist in PEI’s The Guardian newspaper also as a freelance journalist and writer. As a busy award-winning musician as well, he lives and works in Prince Edward Island, Canada.Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet has been assembled primarily through the work of Creator/Editor-in-Chief, Todd.

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