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Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

  Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

We would love for you to join our celebration of sound and the arrival of the Peace Pole to the Serpent Mound Valley, The Peace Pole was created by spirit through our beloved Chief, Chief Blue Star Eagle, Sherwyn Zephier. It takes a village to create and produce such a large scale event and we […]

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Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

  Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

We would love for you to join our celebration of sound and the arrival of the Peace Pole to the Serpent Mound Valley, The Peace Pole was created by spirit through our beloved Chief, Chief Blue Star Eagle, Sherwyn Zephier. It takes a village to create and produce such a large scale event and we […]

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Serpent Sound Fall Equinox Peace Music Fest

  Serpent Sound Fall Equinox Peace Music Fest

Join us as we pray for peace as Chief Blue Star Eagle’s Peace Pole gift to the Serpent Mound valley offers light, spirit and good intentions for all the world. This community of co-creation event will include sound of all kinds from singing bowls, light language transmissions, chanting, drumming to folk to rock. dancing, as […]

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Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

  Volunteers Needed- Serpent Sound Peace Equinox Music Fest

We would love for you to join our celebration of sound and the arrival of the Peace Pole to the Serpent Mound Valley, The Peace Pole was created by spirit through our beloved Chief, Chief Blue Star Eagle, Sherwyn Zephier. It takes a village to create and produce such a large scale event and we […]

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The Ancient American Indian Mounds of Central Ohio

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill The Ancient American Indian Mounds of Central Ohio

Brad Lepper, curator of archeology at the Ohio History Connection, will speak on the topic of central Ohio earthworks at the Shrum mound in Campbell Memorial Park, 3200 McKinley Avenue. Lepper, who writes a monthly archeology column in the Columbus Dispatch, will talk about the Shrum mound, which is named for the family who occupied […]

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Never Built Columbus: Serpent Mound Canopy

Brent Warren Brent Warren Never Built Columbus: Serpent Mound Canopy

For the first installment of our Never Built Columbus series, we looked back at some of the grand (and not-so-grand) ideas for the Scioto Peninsula. For our next installment, we are zooming in for a close-up look at the bridge that connects the peninsula to downtown. In 1995, Columbus artist Todd Slaughter’s proposal to place […]

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