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Sacred Water Ceremony with Aunty Ivy, Autumn & Stephanie Peltier, and Special Guests

  • Golden Drum 97 Green Street, G1 Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Please join us for a ver special gathering and collaboration of ages and generations of global teachings, which will connect us together to reuse past knowledge to restore and heal today, to rise together to rebuild our future for our children’s, children’s, children.

The Golden Drum is honored to welcome Aunty Ivy, Global Grandmother & Guardian of Mother Earth & Our Younger generations and Autumn Peltier, ChiefWater Commissioner for Anishinabek Nation.

We will all take part in a water ceremony and put our intent into the water and give gratitude to give life back to our Mother and wake up our own medicine within for the teachings to resonate through our bodies and heal through words, stories, songs & music.

This event begins at the Golden Drum and will end at Transmitter Park and is by donation, open to all!


Aunty Ivy

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She is a mother, grandmother, spiritual teacher and healer, proudly born in Aotearoa, NZ. A descendent of Polynesian, Asian and European bloodlines, Ivy’s ancestral medicine of universal healing, integrity and unity as one indigenous people, is touching lives across the world.

Called by the spirit to serve others, Ivy was chosen as a child, and trained in the spiritual lineage of her grandparents, and has been guided by numerous elders, teachers and healers from all lineages throughout her life. She has since dedicated her life to her family, the earth and it’s people, as a healer, social worker, counselor, youth and family specialist, indigenous advisor and liaison, governmental ambassador, mother and now grandmother.

Autumn Peltier

Autumn Peltier is thirteen years old and has gained national and international recognition for her advocacy for clean water for Indigenous communities in Canada. She recently addressed the UN General Assembly on World Water Day March 22, 2018 to tell world leaders to better manage and preserve world water resources.

Autumn Peltier has demonstrated strong leadership as an Indigenous youth who advocates for universal access to clean drinking water. She is the only Canadian nominated for the 2017 Children’s International Peace Prize and she previously met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2016 and as a result he made a public commitment to take steps to protect water in Canada.