Thursday, July 9, 2015

O.P.A.L. Northeast Region Interface

The OPAL Northeast Region Interface
July 11 - 12, 2015
40 Chick Rd
Wolfeboro, NH

The OPAL Northeast Region Interface continues in the spirit which began the original OPAL tour (OPAL = One People Absent Limits).  This will be a small gathering of people from the northeast USA coming together to enjoy each others company, share songs and stories, and, to whatever extent people may wish, discuss and plan our individual and collective transitions into the new paradigm.

Though OPAL Northeast Interface originally took it's name from the OPAL tour of 2013, it is not an affiliated organization, nor does it align itself per se with any other organization - it is purely a gathering of people under the concept that humanity can collectively rid itself of the limits imposed upon it by living in the true sense of community.

For details and questions contact Tess @

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