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People who RSVP’d already (22 so far), will receive a confirmation email on Tuesday July 19th.
WHEN: Saturday, July 23, 2022 3:15pm to 8:00pm (Walk Begins at 3:30pm)
WHERE: Meet at st. James Cathedral in Seattle.
WHAT: We will walk to Volunteer Party and back to Saint James Cathedral (+/- 5 miles in total). If you plan to walk, be assembled and ready to walk from St. James by 3:30.For those interested, there will be a 5:30pm Mass (this is optional, of course), which will include a recognition of pilgrims. After mass, we’ll do a shell ceremony for the pilgrims that will be walking in the next months. The picnic will begin around 6:30pm.
At 7pm author SANDY BROWN will join us to talk about the Camino and other long-distance walks. Sanford ‘Sandy’ Brown is an author, long-distance walker, and ordained minister from Seattle. After reading ‘The Pilgrimage’, by Paolo Coelho in 1992, he planned his 2008 trek on the Camino de Santiago and since then has walked or biked over 14,000 kilometers on pilgrim trails in Europe and the US.
DONATION: $10 is suggested to help cover costs for renting the facility.
PICNIC: Please bring your own picnic, including drinks and utensils. Due to Covid we won’t share any food, drinks or utensils.
RSVP BY JULY 18 REQUIRED: We need a head count for insurance purposes and seat reservations at St. James Cathedral. Please let us know if:
1) you will attend the Picnic
2) if you will be walking
3) If you will be attending mass
RSVP to: PugetSound@americanpilgrims.org
SeattleSt James Cathedral, Seattle
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