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We just realized that this week we've got so much news to share, and so 
many events happening around the country, that it only made sense to 
break out the events into this special NATIONWIDE EVENTS JRS. You'll 
find all this and more at the Burning Man yearround calendar:

http://www.burningman.com/calendar/yearround/month.php

News follows tomorrow...stay tuned!

Table of Contents:

	“BEYOND BLACK ROCK” SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW PARTY - SF 10/8
	BURNING MAN FILM FESTIVAL IN SANTA CRUZ - 10/9
	MIDWEST BURNERS HULLABALU - 10/9
	MICHIGAN BURNERS REUNITE POST-PLAYA - 10/9
	CHICAGO: SYNCHRONICITY PROM FORMAL 10/9-10/10
	AEOLIAN RIDE – SHOW UP and BLOW UP - SF 10/9
	LOS ANGELES DECOMPRESSION - 10/15
	MORE FILM ON FIRE: “NOTHING WITHOUT YOU” - ORINDA, CA  10/15
	PORTLAND DECOMPRESSION - 10/22
	HAWAII DECOMPRESSION 11/6

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“BEYOND BLACK ROCK” SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW PARTY
Friday, October 8 – San Francisco

NEW INFO! At this event and throughout the month of October you’ll have 
your chance to pick up a special “THANK YOU” version of the DVD, 
available this monthy only Burning Man participants and friends at a 
special price of $10. Get yours at the event or check it out at 
http://www.beyondblackrock.com/store.html.

ALSO NEW: We will have many chairs, but seating will be limited and is 
first-come, first-served. Please consider bringing a pillow or cushion 
for sitting!!

This film premieres at the Santa Cruz Film Fest on October 9, but if 
you just can't wait one more day, come catch this special one-time 
sneak preview of the new film that covers the making of Burning Man 
from one burn to the next. The most behind-the-scenes documentary to 
date about the Burning Man Project, this film explores the artists, 
theme camps, organization, staffers, volunteers (and you!) that come 
together to build Black Rock City and make it disappear each year. 
After the film, stick around for dancing, libations, art, and other 
surprises!

Held at: Mighty
119 Utah at 16th - San Francisco
(plenty of street parking)
Doors 8pm - 4am
Screening 9 PM sharp
8pm: hors d'oeuvres and cocktail reception
screening at 9pm sharp
Afterparty till 4am

DJs -Laird, Smoove, Chris McGarry, Adnan
+ many other special performers
Plus more!
Admission: $10 -  21 and over
More info? Want to participate? Still seeking non-musical performers 
and art to share: oct8@goneoffdeep.com

film: http://www.beyondblackrock.com

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BURNING MAN FILM FESTIVAL IN SANTA CRUZ

THE BURNING MAN FILM FESTIVAL presented by BURNING BEACH
Saturday, October 9 -- The Rio Theater, Santa Cruz, CA

What better way to prep for the Decompression than a marathon of 
Burning Man films? Burning Beach, the Santa Cruz regional group, is 
hosting its third annual Burning Man Film Festival on Saturday, Oct. 9 
at the Rio Theatre.

New this week: You can check out the schedule at 
http://www.burningbeach.com/filmfestival2004.html .

This year's lineup includes Chuck Cirino's "Burning Man '97", the first 
U.S. showing of Dadara and Jesse Limmen's "Fall and Rise of the Fools 
Ark" the story of an art piece built in 2003 and burned in the Black 
Rock Desert, "AstroBlaze", a piece on BM04 by perennial favorite Bill 
Breithaupt, the premiere of "Firefall: The Road to Burning Man", and 
the highly anticipated  "Beyond Black Rock." The event, which drew 400 
attendees last year, will also include installations by local Burning 
Man artists.

The festival is a benefit for Burning Beach, the Santa Cruz Burning Man 
regional group.

Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and the first film airs at 2 p.m. If you'd like 
to join us for a post-event outdoor gathering across the street at The 
Crepe Place, please RSVP so we can give the restaurant a head count and 
they can staff accordingly.

Tickets: $15 at the door, $12 if you bring three cans of food, which 
will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. $3 of any full price 
ticket will be donated to the Family Shelter Project in the name of 
local burners. Children under 12 are free. For more info, visit 
http://www.burningbeach.com, email santacruz@burningman.com or call 
(831) 335-9643.

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MIDWEST BURNERS HULLABALU
HullabalU II: Celestial Disembarkment
October 9, 2004 – Lawrence, KS

Coming back from a fantastic voyage through the Vault of Heaven, 
intrepid Midwest psychonauts return to base for decompression, with 
many stories and artifacts from our cosmic journey.

This is a free all-night afterburn event outside of Lawrence, Kansas on 
October 9, 2004. Tent camping is allowed but bring everything you need 
to keep yourself comfortable and to participate with. There's plenty of 
space for tents, art, and alternative structures. If you plan to bring 
an art structure please let us know before the event so we can include 
your project in the party space. You can e-mail Zay this information by 
going to the HullabalU section on http://www.midwestburners.com

Although the event officially starts at 9:00 PM, you can certainly show 
up early to set up your stuff or help others set up. Keep in mind that 
the peak of the party is at Midnight when we burn a straw sculpture Man 
with fire dancing performances beforehand.

For more information visit http://www.midwestburners.com or 
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MidwestBurners/


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MICHIGAN BURNERS REUNITE POST-PLAYA
Saturday, October 9 – Warren, MI

A full night event 8:00 PM October 9 until 8:00 AM Octomber 10, 
 featuring all of the energy, art, food, fun, music, random costumes, 
 odd installations etc. that you wish to bring and share with your 
 fellow Michigan Burners.  Please come prepared for the elements. 

This is a leave no trace event -- clean up after yourself even those 
 pesky cigarette butts! Sorry, 18 and older this time; an all ages 
 gathering will be coming this winter. If you drink don't drive home 
 until you're sober! If you are underage, please don't drink. Fire 
 play is welcome outdoors, please bring safety supplies. We'll have a 
 bonfire so bringing wood or other (non-toxic...) items to burn would 
 be great!  Tents, campers, 10x10 shade structures etc. are all 
 welcome.  You are absolutely welcome to spend the whole night with  us 
and wakeup to Cooky's Pancake Palace in full swing.


LOCATION:

TimTV's dojo (Warren Main Ukiyo Dojo)
11380 Kaltz
Warren, Mi 48089
The building is about 3 blocks south of 10 Mile about 2 blocks west
of Hoover. You'll be in a "light industrial" area.  Look for a line
of lights outlining the path to the entrance at the dojo. 


We'll be using a little bit of the inside of the dojo but not much, 
since we need to keep those gorgeously polished practice floors nice 
and clean for the regular students.  But, we will have access to real 
indoor toilets.  Most of the setup including the fire pit will be in 
the large, nicely private fenced in area out back.  This is where 
you'll find the mini camp setups, the music, the fire, and the  joyous 
people playing and sharing and laughing.

Bringing Stuff / Doing Stuff:

If you want to bring something big like an RV, a mechanical  elephant, 
or a theme camp please email me directly.  If you want to  do something 
cool and interactive please do, but if it involves  permits or power or 
something like that please email me to work out the logistics.

See you all on the 9th!
Cooky & Roger the Plumber
Michigan Burning Man Region

info: michigan@burningman.com
RSVP: Please send an email with your name and how many folks you think 
you're bringing so we can be prepared.  michiganburn@yahoo.com

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CHICAGO: SYNCHRONICITY PROM FORMAL
Saturday, October 9-10 – 1 hr N of Chicago

SynchroniCity Cordially Invites You To:

The 2004 Fall Prom Formal
Saturday October 9th – 10th
@ The Wildlife Refuge (~ 1hr north of Chicago)
3518 S. Beaumont Ave (Highway 75) Kansasville, WI (directions below)

Wear your gaudiest prom attire, and join us as we uncompress from 
another amazing summer. Bring what you need, and extra to share. Plan 
to spend the night. A $10* donation gets you camping and beer until the 
keg runs dry.

  *(FREE camping and beer with SynchroniCity ID). So bring it!
  Fun starts when you get there, fire starts at a tentative 11:00. Bring 
drums, music, corsages, ass pockets of booze, pictures and gifts.

Chaperones can be bought off!

The wildlife refuge has always been gracious to us. Please tip your 
bartender, Leave No Trace, and keep your cooler closed until the bar 
closes @ 2.

  Prizes awarded for: ~Best dressed, courtesy of Wildlife INC. ~Best 
danced, courtesy of  the toecutter memorial fund.
~You choose the King, and Queen who will rule him.

  Directions:
  From Chicago, take 94 West to Highway 11 exit #335   Turn left (W) 
onto 11 and continue 4.5 miles to Highway 75 / Beaumont Ave.   Turn 
right on Highway 75, Wildlife Refuge on your Left ? mile. Look for 
Pabst sign and lots of freaks.   From Milwaukee, take 94 East to 
Highway 11 exit #335   Turn right (W) onto 11 and continue 4.5 miles to 
Highway 75 / Beaumont Ave.   Turn right on Highway 75, Wildlife Refuge 
on your Left ? mile. Look for Pabst sign and lots of freaks. 

info: chicago@burningman.com

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AEOLIAN RIDE – SHOW UP and BLOW UP
Saturday, October 9, 4 PM – San Francisco

The Velorution Continues!
Call for Participants!

A 2004 Black Rock Arts Grant Recipient, the Aeolian Ride, designed and 
propagated by Jessica Findley, is coming to San Francisco on Saturday, 
October 9th at 4pm.

This is a 50 participant bike ride making an hour and a half/two hour 
leisurely circuit around the city. Riders will wear helmet compatible 
rip stop nylon suits, which inflate with the wind to create contours 
nestled somewhere between the ethereal and the fanciful.

We need:
50 RIDERS! – with their own bicycles - suits will be provided.

20 VOLUNTEERS:
10 safety riders (again with their own bicycles) to make sure 
intersections are safely navigated by cars, participants and peds.

10 documentarians: 5 photographers/5 videographers
These folks will need to provide their own cameras, and the Aeolian 
Ride will provide the film.

*Route information will be available the beginning of October.

All interested parties, please visit www.aeolian-ride.info to SIGN UP!

More information on the Aeolian Ride and the Black Rock Arts Foundation 
can be culled at: http://www.blackrockarts.org

Pertinent questions seeking answers can be sent to: 
hale@blackrockarts.org.

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LOS ANGELES DECOMPRESSION
Saturday, October 15 – Downtown LA

The 2nd Annual Los Angeles Burning Man Decompression
noon till 11pm (till 3am inside Little Pedros)
First street and Santa Fe (under the 1st street bridge) in downtown LA 
@ Little Pedros Blue Bongo Cafe
cost: $10 in costume/ $15 no costume

For more info: http://www.la-burningman.com or la@burningman.com

You are welcome to bring your own food and drinks. Please bring items 
for gifting and sharing. No Dogs (sorry).

This is a "Leave No Trace!" event. Please participate! If you find 
garbage on the ground, please deposit it in one of the nearby trash 
cans. Please, if you pack it in, pack it out.

Music: Mama Sutra, Mutaytor, Suspender, Funky Glow Worm, Cubiky, Tack, 
plus many of your favorite DJ's.
Camps: Golden Cafe, Hookahdome, Black Top Boutique (bring costumes to 
trade), Tabula Rasa (bring beads), Bouncy Bounce Cat (bbc), and many 
more, plus several art cars and lots of FIRE.

For more info: http://www.la-burningman.com or la@burningman.com

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MORE FILM ON FIRE: “NOTHING WITHOUT YOU”
Friday, October 15 - Orinda Film Festival

Ted Mattison’s “Nothing Without You” screens at Orinda Film Festival
http://www.orindafilmfestival.org/
Screening on Friday October 15th at 9 pm.

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PORTLAND DECOMPRESSION

Fall From the Playa.. a deCompression
Friday October 22nd 12:00pm - Sunday October 24th 6:00pm
30 minutes from downtown Portland

Tickets are now on sale at:
http://www.burningmanportland.com

There are only 300 tickets available at the $10 level, so get them soon.

They'll be 4 musical stages (the live-barn, the electro forest, the 
downtempo gallery, and the acoustic ampitheater, a 25 foot man will be 
burned Saturday night, rituals Friday and Saturday night, art, fire 
dancing, art cars, and a special sunrise surprise Sunday.  Hope to see 
you all there.

Info: portland@burningman.com

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HAWAII DECOMPRESSION
Saturday, November 6th – Oahu

Ka Pilina, the Burning Man Hawaii Regional Group Presents:
The 2004 Ka Pilina Decompression

Ka Pilina is proud to announce our 2004 Decompression on Oahu at Anna 
Bannana's on Saturday November 6th, starting at 8pm. Meet up with 
burners you saw on the playa, and ones you didn't, here in Honolulu. 
Admission will be $10, or $5 if you perform, volunteer, or come in 
"playa attire". This event is 21 and up, sorry folks but the venue is a 
bar.
There will be 3-4 Djs, hopefully a headlining band, fire spinners, 
drummers, video projections of homemade Burning Man images and video, 
playa newspapers and memorabilia, possibly a suspension (the piercing 
thing), some "propane art", and you. We have the upstairs and the back 
courtyard and we need volunteers, performers, and Participants to flesh 
out the evening. We are look for any of you to Participate and perform 
be it spoken word, instrumental music, any type of performance art, or 
perhaps an installation or some interactive element. Just email me at 
andi@kapilina.org if you would like to volunteer, Participate, or 
perform, thanks.

Saturday November 6th, 8:00 pm -1:30 am
at Anna Bannana's, 2440 South Beretania, Honolulu
Admission is $10, $5 if you volunteer, perform, or Participate (as easy 
as wearing a playa costume)

For more information contact hawaii@burningman.com
or visit www.kapilina.org

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