December 2nd, 2012
4th Annual Bali Reforestration Festival 2012
“Plants for the future” is the theme for 4th Annual Bali
Reforestration Festival 2012 in Pura Jati – Toya Bungkah, Kintamani – Bali. This festival will features planting 2.500 trees, mountain clean up, communities gathering and other fun programs.
RSVP by 25 November. by calling or sms-ing: Arum at 0812 391 4842, or Driya at 0857 373 01071
December 7th to 9th, 2012
Indonesia Spirit Festival
Indonesia Spirit Festival will be held from December 7th to 9th, 2012 at The Yoga Barn, Ubud, Bali . The idea behind “Indonesia Spirit” is to attract social and environmentally conscious travelers to Bali and promote sustainable tourism, charity initiatives and cross-cultural enrichment. This two-day festival features some of the Yoga Barn’s most popular classes and special seminars by world renowned visiting presenters Anya Phelan (Nia Dance), Theva Indrasenan (Estatic Dance), Diane Butler Ph.D (21 Moments of Stillness), alongside Indonesian presenters, Pak Suprapto Suryodharmo from Solo, central Java (Joged Amerta), Yayasan Krysata Guna (Gamelan) and Bali’s own Ratu Bagus (Laughter & Shaking).
Other interesting programs includes live music, gamelan, yoga, sound healing, Kirtan daytime workshops, estatic dance, hoop jams, breath work, awakening arts, Bali Usada meditation, movement meditations, yoga nidra, laughter and performance from artists and dancers who join the festival.
December 12th, 2012
Pecatu Open Golf Tournament
This golf tournament will be held in New Kuta Golf, Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort, Jl Raya Uluwatu, Pecatu Bali on Wednesday, December 12th 2012. Shotgun start 12:30.
Member : Rp 200.000
Member Guest : Rp. 750.000
Visitor : Rp. 1.000.000
Info: +62361 8481 333 | +62361 8481 400/331
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December 22nd, 2012
Tumpek Wayang is a sacred day, a set of special offering is presented to to Sanghyang Iswara, Lord of Puppeteers. This holiday is the most important day for owners of leather puppets and puppeteers when they give special homage to their leather puppets (wayang).
The puppets are taken from their box (keropak), placed in position just as if an actual performance were being given and blessed by the owner. A dalang(puppeteer) will remove all his puppets from storage – as many as 100 of them – and set them all up to receive the offerings.