Ricky Farm hosts Permajam music and knowledge


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  • Jamaican born Evan Worldwind of Artist Dream Family used a variety of musical instruments including an Australian didgeridoo to help visitors meditate in the grass. More information about Worldwind can be found at www.artistdreamfamily.com.




  • Drum circles and dancing occurred throughout the afternoon.




  • A large selection of different types and foods and handcrafted items lined the grassy field around the main stage at Rickey Farm.




  • Overnight camping spaces were an option for many of the visitors.




  • Reiki Energy Work was available.




  • A Mexican ensemble performed later in the afternoon on the stage at Rickey Farm.




On Saturday, the sound of drum circles and an Australian didgeridoo could be heard echoing off the Wawayanda Mountain escarpment as Rickey Farm hosted Perma Jam.Their theme is “Harmonizing the Family With Music and Earth Skills.”

Reiki was available for those wishing to relax as well as prayer circles for the meditative and freeform dancing for those wishing to enjoy the farm’s country air.

There are numerous events planned at the farm throughout the summer and into the fall. To learn more contact Event Coordinator Jenny Carrington at jennymeatballs@gmail.com.

— Photos by Chris Wyman








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