Kalis Song by Jeanette WinterRenowned picture book author and illustrator Jeanette Winter brings us the enchanting story of a boy named Kali who lived thousands and thousands of years ago. Kali must learn to hunt, like the rest of the men in his tribe. But when Kali plucks the string on his bow, he forgets about shooting arrows, and makes music long into the night. Even the stars come close to listen.
This lovely story celebrates the uniqueness in all of us, the beauty of the natural world, and the power of music and art over violence. According to the New York Times, it will resonate with all young children who seek to find their path in the world—and may perhaps be a bit wary of other people’s expectations.
Give Me My Arrows and Give Me My Bow
Saturday, July 20, pm — pm — The opportunity to Bring Your Own Bows and arrows to shoot with and show off. Professional archery instruction from qualified instructors to get you started. Comfort and convenience of: a fully air-conditioned facility, change rooms, lockers, and Wi-Fi! In the Game of Bows, you win or you die…. Various targets such as balloons and actual archery targets will be presented for shooting. Prepare for a great time.
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October 28, Allison Jasper Lifestyle. Bust out your air guitar and dashboard drums. Music can be as effective as medicine , which makes it a great companion on those long practice days. It affects the way you think, both about yourself and others. Especially when it includes subtle references to bows and arrows. This music video is archery-packed.
Lover prefaced the poem with an introductory story: . In the Great North American lakes there are islands bearing the name of " Manitou ," which signifies "THE GREAT SPIRIT," and Indian tradition declares that in these islands the Great Spirit concealed the precious metals, thereby showing that he did not desire they should be possessed by man; and that whenever some rash mortal has attempted to obtain treasure from "The Manitou Isle," his canoe was always overwhelmed by a tempest. The " Palefaces," however, fearless of " Manitou's" thunder, are now working the extensive mineral region of the lakes. Tempt me not, stranger, with gold from the mine, I have got treasure more precious than thine; Freedom in forest, and health in the chase, Where the hunter sees beauty in Nature's bright face, Then give me my arrows and give me my bow, In the wild woods to rove where the blue rapids flow. In the wild woods to rove where the blue rapids flow. Why seek you death in the dark cave to find While there's life on the hill in the health-breathing wind? And death parts you soon from your treasure so bright— As the gold of the sunset is lost in the night:— Then give me my arrows and give me my how, In the wild woods to rove where the blue rapids flow.