CALENDAR

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES & GATHERINGS
January – October 2019

Download Schedule of Classes and Gatherings 2019

*Courses which are open to the public are marked with a star*.

Please note: These listings are the dates which were fixed by January 15, 2019. We take part in many other gatherings and events throughout the year which are hosted by a variety of other groups.

January The Tracking Project Institute, Corrales. Together with our staff and advisors, we are laying the groundwork for an expansion of our programs which will allow us to share more information, bring more people together and reach more people around the world.

February 17 – 25 Haiku ‘Aina Permaculture Institute (HAPI), Haiku, Maui. We will travel to HAPI for a series of meetings regarding a new gathering — A Call to Conscience — which we are planning to bring our friends from French Polynesia to meet with members of the Hawaiian community at this permaculture / organic food project on Maui.

March 5 Bosque School Winterim, Albuquerque, New Mexico. John Stokes will join Bosque staff member / NTR mentor Sean Etigson for a day of tracking in the Bosque and arnis with a group of 6th graders.

April 17 – 18 Mentoring, The Tracking Project, Corrales. A long-time friend and educator from Germany will join us for a day of personal training in Corrales.

* April 26 – 28 The Tracking Project presents: Cultural Perspectives on Dreams and Dreaming Part 4 with John Stokes. Through dream circles, storytelling, tracking exercises, journaling and discussions, John hopes to give participants new perspectives on how we can access our dreams — remembering dreams, recordings dreams, sending and receiving dreams, incubating dreams… Using techniques of “dream tracking” we will look at dreaming through the eyes of many varied cultures and traditions. This fourth class will focus on Colombia and Brasil. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $250 + $35 registration fee.

* May 31 – June 3. Tracking weekend with Rutas y Raíces, Ciudad de Mexico. We will be teaching a weekend tracking course outside Mexico City hosted by the group Rutas y Raíces. For more information on this gathering, visit their website: www.rutasyraíces.com.

June 15 – 22 Nurturing the Roots (NTR): Higher Teachings, Cuba, New Mexico. Since 1996 The Tracking Project has conducted NTR mentor trainings for community artist/educators in the United States and other countries. We now invite graduates of our NTR programs to a series of higher teachings within The Tracking Project’s curriculum. This series will continue in June 2020.

* July 6 – 13 Hawkeye Training, Cuba, New Mexico; ages 12–18, held near Cuba, New Mexico. Skills include tracking, survival, Nature awareness, music, story, dance, comedy and the martial arts. Limited to 30 boys. This will be the thirty third year of the Hawkeye camp. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost: $650 + $35 registration fee.

Hawkeye Training
Hawkeye Training

* July 6 – 13 Hawkeye Scout, Cuba, New Mexico. This will be the twentieth year for this advanced training camp for young men. Skills include advanced tracking, stalking, movement and living on the land. Limited to 13 young men. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $650 + $35 registration
fee.

* July 20 – 27 Dreamtracking, Cuba, New Mexico. Our week-long wilderness experience for young women, ages 12–18, now in its twenty fourth year. Offering basic tracking and survival skills, music, story, dance and natural movement training, this camp is a counterpart to our Hawkeye Training camp for boys. Limited to 30 girls. “For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967. Cost:$650 +
$35 registration fee.

September (dates to be determined) Nutrindo as Raízes (Nurturing the Roots), Mentor Outreach / University of Peace (UNIPAZ), Brasil. This visit will continue our work with our Brasilian mentor network and indigenous communities in the Xingu Indigenous Preserve, as well as programs with the staff and youth of the UNIPAZ community in Brasília.

October 11 – 13 The Tracking Project presents: Cultural Perspectives on Dreams and Dreaming, Part 5 with John Stokes. Through dream circles, storytelling, tracking exercises, journaling and discussions, John hopes to give participants new perspectives
on how we can access our dreams — remembering dreams, recordings dreams, sending and receiving dreams, incubating dreams… Using techniques of “dream tracking” we will look at dreaming through the eyes of many varied cultures and traditions. For information and registration, contact: The Tracking Project, (505) 898-6967, Cost: $250 + $35 registration fee.

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