Thursday Night Movie
Mountain Mysteries is proud to announce that we have secured the rights to show The Princess Bride.
The film is rated PG and will start once the sun sets and it is dark enough to clearly see the film. Make sure to bring blankets, chairs and perhaps teddy bears. The film runs 1 hr and 38 minutes. Sure to be a delight this classic film from 1987 remains a timeless advendture for young and old alike!
Evening Drum and Dance Circle
Location: Sacred Fire Circle
Time: After performers on Friday and Saturday evenings
Feel the rhythm of the drums. Dance with your toes in the sand. The heat of the fire cleanses your soul as you connect with your power and the community.
Nuit Moore of Ishtar Noir
Friday right after Fire Lighting Ceremony
Nuit, as a performance artist, creates an expressive fusion from her background in theater, tribal modern and transcendent dance, love of ancient ritual & sacred ecstatic expression mixed with an avant garde aesthetic and occult flair.
She is also neo-vaudeville/burlesque/cabaret performer, spoken word artist/performance poet, and a shamanka shakti priestess. Nuit is also an experimental film maker and may be screening several of her short films between performance pieces. Nuit has a deep affinity for the sensual and transformative which is often channeled into her creative work. Ishtar Noir Ritual Theater and Tribal/Fire Dance is on Facebook. Please like!
We are sorry to announce that Red This Ever was unable to attend due to unforeseen technical difficulties.
You heard his tunes all weekend long. He can't stop the music from flowing freely. Harvey empowered the youth and gave them the opportunity to sing along to some fun tunes. Then kept us singing along with classic hits from yesteryear to today. With a clean voice and a cool hat Harvey sure does make a lasting impression on everyone he meets!
Saturday right after Harvey
Back with a new addition to the team!
We simply can not get enough of Flame Tamers! Calamity Jane was set ablaze seven years ago and since has shared a love of fire wherever she goes. She specializes in fire performances namely: fire hoop, poi, fire fans, staff and fire cane. CJ is also able to perform with rope dart. She know how to perform fire contact and how to eat and breathe fire. She is head of a local firespinning troupe known as the Flame Tamers. The Flame Tamers have a number of performances to their credit including: Mardi Gras in Harrisburg, PA, the Lollipop Drop in Hummelstown, PA, and First Fridays in Lancaster, PA. She has fostered the growth of the local firespinning community through monthly and even weekly spin jams. Calamity Jane has single-handedly taught countless people the art of fire.