Hiking along the coastal trail
Date and Time
June 20, 2015 at sunset
Mori Point (Pacific Ocean)
History of Site and Related Water Issues
Mori Point: thanks to community volunteers the 32-acre wetland park now has trails, red-legged frog ponds, and a revived habitat for the San Francisco garter snake, once North America’s most endangered reptile. This place is my home and I walk the trail along Mori Point several times a week. My dance is a celebration and appreciation of the volunteer work that is done here, and a general celebration of the grandeur of the Pacific Ocean, specifically the California coastline.
Song: The Mollusk
Melusina (Amber Slemmer and Jericha Senyak) is a fusion dance troupe that will perform on the edge of Mori Point. We will be in costumes and we dance with beautiful blue veils to match our beloved ocean.
Directions to the Site of Performance
Mori Point is a 110-acre park located in Pacifica, California that is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Mori Point itself is a bluff next to the Pacific Ocean that provides scenic views of the peninsula coastline.
How can I get involved?
N/A. This is strictly a performance in celebration and appreciation of the beautiful California coast. No need for volunteers.
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