Friday, December 21, 2007

2nd Annual Good Neighbor Interfaith Gathering - Part 2

2nd Annual Good Neighbor Interfaith Gathering
Middleton Public Library
December 12, 2007


Part 2

Fikrullah Kisa, UW-Madison chapter of Dialogue International, gave a presentation "International Diaolgue and Dialogue International." Then interaction, discussion and dialogue with those that attended.

Only audio was recorded - live, unedited.

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  • 2nd Annual Good Neighbor Interfaith Gathering - Part 1

    2nd Annual Good Neighbor Interfaith Gathering
    Middleton Public Library
    December 12, 2007

    Part 1

    Rev Fr John-Brian Paprock opened program with some thoughts on interfaith dialogue and gathering (while technical problem with computer presentation was resolved).

    Christopher River Paprock read the Middleton Mayoral Proclamation of Interfaith Awareness Week.

    Audio recorded live - presented unedited.


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  • Thursday, December 20, 2007

    Interfaith Awareness Week Capitol Celebration On-line

    (photo by Selena Fox)

    This is audio and pictures from the Capitol Celebration for the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week and 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    Recorded live in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda (Madison, Wisconsin). Un-edited and recorded in four parts with the sound quality of capitol dome acoustics from an audience position. (Recorded with Olympus digital voice recorder vn-960pc by JBP.)

    Four parts - listen on-line at the links below or Podcast/download here
    http://frjohnbrian.hipcast.com/rss/interfaithsociety.xml

    Part 1
    A. Opening
    Rev Fr John Brian Paprock, Syrian Orthodox
    B. Prayer (Arabic)
    Shohreh Moldenhauer, Baha'i
    C. Reading of Governor's proclamation of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness
    week by Fikrullah Kisa, Muslim

    Duration: 12 minutes, 39 seconds

    http://interfaithsociety.blogspot.com/2007/12/capitol-celebration-part-1.html


    Part 2
    Women With Wings (Sufi Order of the West)
    Solstice Singers (Pagan/Wiccan)
    Pukra Trio (El Trio Pukra; Kimsa Pukra Runachakuna)
    Natalia (Kathak Hindu Dance)

    Duration: 22 minutes, 55 seconds

    http://interfaithsociety.blogspot.com/2007/12/capitol-celebration-part-3.html

    Part 4

    Natty Nation (spirit-filled Rasta)

    Duration: 17 minutes, 1 second

    http://interfaithsociety.blogspot.com/2007/12/capitol-celebration-part-4.html

    Here are some of the displays that were up in the capitol rotunda for the week.

    Comments or questions can be made here. Choose "comments"
    Peace!
    Rev. John-Brian Paprock
    Inroads Ministry
    P.O.Box 5207, Madison, WI 53705
    608.242.4244

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  • Capitol Celebration Part 4


    This is Part 4 of the Capitol Celebration for the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week and 60th Anniversary of the Universal
    Declaration of Human Rights.

    Recorded live in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda (Madison, Wisconsin)

    Part 4
    Natty Nation (spirit filled rasta)

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  • Capitol Celebration Part 3

    This is Part 3 of the Capitol Celebration for the 10th Annual
    Interfaith Awareness Week and 60th Anniversary of the Universal
    Declaration of Human Rights.

    Recorded live in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda (Madison, Wisconsin)

    Part 3
    Pukra Trio (El Trio Pukra; Kimsa Pukra Runachakuna)
    Natalia (Kathak Hindu Dance)





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  • Capitol Celebration Part 2

    This is Part 2 of the Capitol Celebration for the 10th Annual
    Interfaith Awareness Week and 60th Anniversary of the Universal
    Declaration of Human Rights.

    Recorded live in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda (Madison, Wisconsin)

    Part 2
    Women With Wings (Sufi Order of the West)
    Solstice Singers (Pagan/Wiccan)


    solstice singers

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  • Capitol Celebration Part 1

    This is audio of the opening of the Capitol Celebration of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week and 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

    Recorded live in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda (Madison, Wisconsin)

    Listen here:

    Part 1


    a. Opening
    Rev Fr John Brian Paprock, Syrian Orthodox
    b. Prayer (Arabic)
    Shohreh Moldenhauer, Bahai


    c. Reading of Governor's proclamation of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness week
    Fikrullah Kisa, Muslim

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  • Monday, December 17, 2007

    Día en Honor a la Declaración Universal de DD. HH. en el Capitolio (Spanish with pictures)

    [en englis: "Day in Honor of the Universal Declaration of DD. HH. at the Capitol" written by La Comunidad News. La Comunidad is the Madison area Spanish weekly. The article is in Spanish, but there are pictures from the Capitol Celebration. Text in Spanish is below the link. - JBP+]

    Puede acceder mediante la siguiente dirección:
    http://www.lcnews.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2478&Itemid=26


    Día en Honor a la Declaración Universal de DD. HH. en el Capitolio
    escrito por La Comunidad News

    Este lunes 10 de diciembre, al medio día, en el Capitolio se celebró el día en honor a la Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos, proclamado por las Naciones Unidas, organizado por INTERFAITHSOCIETYBLOGSPOT.COM, que congrega a los representantes de todas las religiones sean estas Cristianas, Ortodoxas, musulmanes, Católicas, Hindúes, Arabic y otros.

    En este evento cada representante de las diferentes iglesias oró por el respeto a los principios universales de DD.HH. y por la paz que se ve deteriorado en el mundo. Algunas iglesias además de estar representados por sus guías espirituales, presentaron también sus coros, conjuntos musicales e inclusive danzas típicas de diferentes países, ante una numerosa concurrencia que se dio cita en el Capitolio. El conjunto musical de guitarra y canto “Pukra” del Perú, Sur América, dirigido por Numa Armacanqui, represento a los latinos y a Latinoamérica interpretando canciones del ande peruano.También estuvieron presentes los medios de comunicación como la TV local y extranjera y la prensa escrita, entre los cuales un reportero de La Comunidad News cubriendo este importante evento para informar a sus lectores de los acontecimientos más importantes que se producen aquí en Madison, Wisconsin.

    El Rev. Fr. John-Brian Paprock, Pastor consejero de la iglesia “God all things are posible”, fue el maestro de ceremonia en este evento, quien entre otras cosas dijo que tanto el Gobernador de Wsiconsin, Jim Doyle; cuanto Kathleen M. Falk, Ejecutiva del Condado de Dane County, proclamaron el 10 de diciembre, como INTERFAITH AWARNESESS WEEK y el Capitolio del Estado de Wisconsin como un lugar de paz y reconciliación. La Declaración Universal de DD.HH. en su Art. 18 dispone “Todos tienen el derecho a la libertad, a la libertad de religión, el derecho de cambiar o no de religión y creencia, el derecho de estar solo o en comunidad con otros, en público o privado, de enseñar una religión o creencia, el derecho de practicarla, realizar talleres y ayunar”. Por lo tanto, dijo que con este acto público piden el respeto a los derechos humanos en el mundo entero, no queremos guerra somos partidarios de la paz.

    ENTREVISTA“Soy peruana y católica, desde mis 4 años me dedico al baile, pero como a mí me gusta el arte de la India, en esta oportunidad estoy representando a la India en este evento de “Tolerancia entre las religiones” aquí en el Capitolio”, dijo Natalia Hildner.
    “Este evento trata de la coexistencia de todas las religiones, que hoy aquí en Capitolio están celebrado el día dedicado a DD.HH. y la paz. Nosotros hemos venido a hablar de la gente que ha muerto en las sierras del Perú (más de 70.000) durante la presidencia de Alan García y Alberto Fugimuri. Aquí están representantes de las regiones andinas, la India, el Caribe con Jamaica, la religión Ortodoxa, el Islam, el Cristianismo y las demás religiones que hay en el mundo”, sostuvo por su parte Richard Hilder.

    Numa Armacanqui: “Es un evento muy importante particularmente en estos momentos en el que se vive un ataque frontal cruel y despiadado fascista en contra de DD.HH. No solamente contra quienes tienen papeles o no; el ataque también es contra los residentes y ciudadanos. Por supuesto con mayor intensidad a las hermanas y hermanos cuyos papeles legales están por regularizarse”. “En este evento por encima de quien lo haya organizado yo, creo que hemos venido acá no porque seamos tal o cual religión, de tal o cual militancia política, étnica o cultural; por encima de todas las cosas hemos venido a este evento por RESPETO A LA PERSONA HUMANA EN DERECHO A CRECER Y FLORECER donde sea que la vida lo lleve a vivir”, explica Numa.

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  • Green Bay becomes part of Interfaith Awareness Week

    United Press International

    DONE AS PART OF INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK
    http://www.upi.com/NewsTrack/Quirks/2007/12/15/pagan_wreath_added_to_christmas_display/4733/
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    Pagan wreath added to Christmas display

    Published: Dec. 15, 2007 at 7:44 PM
    GREEN BAY, Wis., Dec. 15 (UPI) -- Officials in Green Bay, Wis., have added a Wiccan element to the Christmas display at City Hall -- a pagan wreath.

    A pagan Yule wreath encircling a gold Wiccan pentacle was installed Friday night next to a Christian nativity scene. The wreath, about 3 feet in diameter, is used by Wiccans to celebrate the winter solstice.

    Green Bay City Council President Chad Fradette installed the nativity scene above one of the building's entrances Wednesday night. Fradette and Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt then said the display would be open to other religious expressions, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported.

    The Rev. Selena Fox of the Wiccan Circle Sanctuary said in a release she decided to propose adding the Yule wreath after city officials offered to include expressions of religious faith other than Christian.

    "Our pentacle wreath represents our celebration of Yuletide and the new solar year," said Fox, "and also is part of our observance of Interfaith Awareness Week in Wisconsin which we have been celebrating all week."

    Fox said winter solstice and Christmas celebrations have intermingled for 1,700 years, and that many customs associated with Christmas -- including evergreens, wreaths, mistletoe, exchanging of gifts and kindling of lights -- had their origins in "pagan winter solstice traditions of antiquity."


    © 2007 United Press International. All Rights Reserved.
    This material may not be reproduced, redistributed, or manipulated in any form.

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  • Thursday, December 13, 2007

    Special Presentation Tonight at the Bahá'í Center

    PART OF INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK
    _______________________________

    From: Dennis Jenkyns, Bahá'í Center

    Great News!

    Lucia Nunez, Director of the City's Department of Civil Rights will be
    attending tonight's Unity Feast at the Bahá'í Center. In her email response
    she said, "I'm thrilled to be stepping in for the Mayor." Ms. Nunez will be
    accepting a special bronze on walnut plaque prepared for the event by the
    World Religion Day organization in Phoenix, AZ. Regrettably, Mayor
    Cieslewicz was not available, however I firmly believe that God's has was at
    work in providing us Lucia Nunez.

    Ms. Nunez is widely known throughout the region. When I spoke with the
    editor of the Madison Times Newspaper, I learned that he is a long time
    friend of Ms. Nunez. He is attending the event and will be writing a feature
    article. A similar response has been voiced by Jon Gramling, and the editor
    of the Spanish language newspaper/radio station. All other medial outlets
    notified accordingly, including the three affiliate television stations.

    We hope you can find time in your busy schedule to attend. It would be
    particularly nice to recognize John-Brian and Anne for their sterling
    efforts.

    With warm regards and appreciation for all of your hard work. God bless you
    all.

    Dennis

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    Unity Feast

    In support of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week, the Madison Area
    Bahá'í Community is hosting a Unity Feast and open house. All are welcome
    for a wonderful evening of music, uplifting readings from the world's major
    religions, and an opportunity to learn more about the Bahá'í Faith.

    There will be refreshments and socializing.

    7 P.M.
    324 W. Lakeside
    Madison, WI



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  • Tuesday, December 11, 2007

    Yuletide Talk & Open House rescheduled

    From: selena
    Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 2:48 PM


    Due to the winter storm, we have rescheduled our interfaith open house and
    Yuletide talk at Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve near Barneveld -- it will
    be held next Tuesday, December 18, from 7-9 pm instead.

    Selena

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  • HAVE A LITTLE FAITH - A Video Blog of the Capitol Celebration

    Katy Sai and StoryBridge.tv has produced a wonderful piece on the capitol celebration of the Tenth Annual Interfaith Awareness Week:

    www.StoryBridge.tv/episode/032

    or play video here



    Sure, the Christmas holiday dominates December... but it's not all about Christmas. What about the Winter Solstice, celebrated by Wiccans... or the Muslim holiday, Eid-Ul-Adha? This week, other holidays get to share the spotlight as part of Interfaith Awareness Week. The event is timed to coincide with the U.N.'s Human Rights Day and is a reminder that Christmas isn't the only game in town. This video blog takes you to the kickoff for the week's activities with songs and dance from various cultures.

    Note from Katy Sai - StoryBridge Exec. Producer and host

    Hello -- hope you're enjoying the snow!

    I'd love for you to leave a comment with your perspective on the event. It's a great way to add a personal touch and more information to the video story -- feel free to include a link to your organization. Here's a link to leave a comment: www.storybridge.tv/node/283?cmode=comment#comment-form

    Also, if you like what we're doing, please sign up! It's a quick and easy way to support positive storytelling. Here's a link to register for the site: http://storybridge.tv/user/register
    Thanks in advance!

    Take care,
    Katy

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  • Wednesday, December 05, 2007

    IAW-10 Library Display for December 2007


    Symbols of World Religions



    Visit the display


    Middleton Public Library, lower level


    7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton


    ~ thru December 28, 2007


    www.midlibrary.org



    As part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week, libraries have been contacted throughout the Madison-area and encouraged to have a display with books and event flyers, including copies of the Governor's Proclamation, Dane County Executive's Proclamation, Madison Mayoral Proclamation and Middleton City Proclamation for display. Check with your librarian at your favorite library.

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  • IAW-10 SUNDAY December 9, 2007

    Madison Sufi Order

    Open House

    &

    Universal Worship Service

    10am, Sunday 12/09/07

    Gates of Heaven Synagogue

    James Madison Park, Madison

    Madison Sufi Order

    Bonnie Karima Milgrim ~ 608-277-0340 ~ emilgrim@aol.com

    www.womenwithwings.net

    Sufi Order of the West

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 MONDAY December 10, 2007

    CAPITOL CELEBRATION
    IN HONOR OF HUMAN RIGHTS DAY AND
    THE 10th ANNUAL INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK
    “encouraging citizens to learn more about each others' beliefs in the spirit of community”
    On Human Rights Day
    December 10, 2007, 12 Noon
    The program as of 12/03/07
    OPENING
    Prayer to God for Protection (Arabic) - Shohreh Moldenhauer, Baha’i

    INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK
    Proclamation read aloud by TBD

    INTRODUCTION
    Reverend Father John-Brian Paprock
    Priest, Holy Transfiguration Malankara Orthodox Mission, Madison
    Director, Inroads Interfaith Ministry; Co-Coordinator, Interfaith Awareness Week


    WOMEN WITH WINGS
    Sufi women sing spiritual songs

    THE PUKRA TRIO ± EL TRÍO PUKRA
    ± KIMSA PUKRA RUNACHAKUNA
    Peruvian music through the centuries by Madison-based trio

    SOLSTICE SINGERS
    Members of Circle Sanctuary, Temple of Diana, Tiger’s Eye Temple and others

    NATALIA
    KATHAK HINDU DANCE FROM NORTH INDIA
    Sponsored by American Hindu Association

    NATTY NATION
    Spirit-filled Rasta Sounds of Madison-based Reggae Band

    ALL EVENTS OF INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
    FOR MORE INFORMATION
    (608) 236-9622 ~ voice mail
    mailto:inroads@minister.com

    The Proclamation of Interfaith Awareness Week has been made by Wisconsin’s Governor, the Dane County Executive and the Mayor of Madison every year SINCE 1998

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  • IAW-10 MONDAY-FRIDAY December 10-14, 2007

    RELIGIONS IN WISCONSIN

    Displays in the Wisconsin Capitol Rotunda

    Continuing through Friday, December 14, 2007

    Wisconsin's Capitol building is open to the public weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and weekends and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. http://www.wisconsin.gov/state/core/wisconsin_state_capitol_tour.html

    Here is the list of displays as of 12/03/07 (there may be some changes in this list):


    10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week Proclamations
    American Hindu Association – Wisconsin
    Baha'i
    Deer Park Tibetan Buddhist Center
    Dialogue International
    Episcopal Church in Wisconsin
    Greater Madison Interreligious Association
    Islam
    Judaism
    Moravian Church
    Multifaith Calendar by Inroads Interfaith Ministry
    Orthodox Christianity in Wisconsin

    Presbyterian Church in Wisconsin
    Roman Catholic Church in Wisconsin
    Sikh
    Sufi Order of the West
    United Methodist Church in Wisconsin
    Unity of Wisconsin

    Wisconsin Satsang Society - Eckankar
    Yuletide by Circle Sanctuary and other area Pagan churches;

    In addition, we acknowledge the “Holiday Tree;” the Freedom from Religion
    Foundation Solstice declaration; the Dane County Evangelicals Jesus
    declaration and the Hanukkah Menorah (which will be in the capitol at the
    beginning of the week) that inspire and complement the intent and purpose of
    Interfaith Awareness Week.

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 TUESDAY December 11, 2007

    Yuletide Home Blessings by Rev. Selena Fox

    7pm, Circle Sanctuary, near Barneveld, Wisconsin, 13 miles west of Mt. Horeb

    Program: Interreligious and multicultural exploration of ways of blessing household and home with the spirit of Yuletide renewal. Learn about ways of creating and developing December holidays traditions and rituals at home. (bring canned goods for charity food drive, and snacks to share for the Yuletide social that follows)

    MORE INFORMATION

    http://www.circlesanctuary.org/ministries/interfaith/IAW07/

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 WEDNESDAY December 12, 2007

    Second Annual Good Neighbor Interfaith Celebration/Gathering

    International Dialogue

    and

    Dialogue International

    Multimedia presentation

    by Fikrullah Kisa of Dialogue International

    Fikrullah will also speak of his experience of interfaith dialogue in Turkey. There will be discussion panel with diverse faith traditions, including Orthodox Christian, Baha’i, Islam, Sikh, and others.

    Wednesday ~ December 12, 2007 ~ 6:30pm

    Middleton Public Library ~ Archer Rooms

    7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton

    The event is free and everyone is welcome. If able, please bring non-perishable donation for Middleton Outreach Ministry food pantry.

    Visit the display of symbols of the world religions at the Middleton Public Library, lower level, 7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton ~ thru December28, 2007

    For more information: inroads@minister.com or 236-9622 (Voice Mail)

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 THURSDAY December 13, 2007

    Unity Feast

    In support of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week, the Madison Area Bahá'í Community is hosting a Unity Feast and open house. All are welcome for a wonderful evening of music, uplifting readings from the world's major religions, and an opportunity to learn more about the Bahá'í Faith.

    ü Refreshments and socializing

    Thursday,

    December 13

    at 7 P.M.

    324 W. Lakeside

    Madison, WI

    For More Information:

    608-221-8416 or jenkyns@sbcglobal.net

    http://www.bahaicentermadison.org/

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 FRIDAY December 14, 2007

    Madison Muslim Dawa Circle Open House

    Event topic: Prophecy - One Message to All

    As a part of the Interfaith Awareness Week The Madison Muslim Dawa Circle 2617 E. Washington Ave. invites you to share in understanding the value of Prophetic Tradition. December 14th 2007 @ 6:30pm. This is a chance to see a masjid (Islamic prayer hall) for yourself. Come join us for an evening of refreshments and conversation. The night prayer will be @ 7:00. A short discourse on the topic of prophethood will be presented around 7:15. Q&A and general interaction into the night.......

    6:30pm, 2617 East Washington Avenue, Madison 242-9937

    Madison Mulsim Dawa Circle

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • IAW-10 SATURDAY December 15, 2007

    The American Hindu Association

    & Eckankar (Religion of the Light and Sound of God)

    Invite you to an Open House

    Saturday, December 15th at 6pm

    At Body In Balance Yoga Studio

    6333 Odana Road (Basement)

    Madison, Wisconsin

    Join us as we share readings, prayers, and contemplative practices from two ancient religions. There will be time for questions and sharing after the program

    Refreshments will be served

    American Hindu Association - Wisconsin

    Wisconsin Satsang Society - Eckankar

    (Part of the 10th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week)

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  • Tuesday, December 04, 2007

    Capitol Celebration correction and Pukra Trio CONCERT info

    Capitol Celebration correction:
    PUKRA not POCRA
    They are playing on Saturday in Madison


    From: NUMA ARMACANQUI [mailto:narmakanki@sbcglobal.net]


    Dear friends,

    The Pukra Trio invites you to its first concert.
    Come,please, to listen to Andean Kichwa (Inkan) music, Afro-Peruvian rhythms, and creole Latin-American songs.

    Date:  Saturday, December 8th.  From 2 pm to 5 pm
    Place:  Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center on 953 Jenifer St--One block away from WIlliamson St towards the Lake Monona.
    Special Guests:  Natalia Hildner, Gian Carlo Paredes, Ana Lucila Bautista, and Silvia Ruiz

    ===== Versión castellana ("español") =====

    Amigos y amigas,

    El Trío Pukra The Pukra Trio les invita a su primer concierto.
    Ven, por favor, a escuchar música andina Kichwa de origen Inka, ritmos  afro-peruanos, y canciones criollas Latinoamericanas.

    Fecha:  Sábado, Deciembre 8.  De 2 pm á 5 pm
    Lugar::  Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, sito en Jenifer St # 953, a una cuadra de Williamson St en dirección al Lago Monona.
    Invitados(as) Especiales:  Natalia Hildner, Gian Carlo Paredes, Ana Lucila Bautista, y Silvia Ruiz.

    ===== Runasimi ("Quechua") rimasqan =====

    Laqtamasikuna--wauqiykuna, panikuna,

    Kimsa Pukra Runachakuna takisaq ñaupaq _concierto_.
    Qamuy, ama hina qaychu.  Antipa (Kichwa, ñaupaq Inka taytakuna) takikunata  uyariy; Afru-Pirwanu tusuqkunata; inaspam criullu Latinu-Amirikanu takikunata.

    Haikap?  Sabado punchau, Decimbre Killa, Pusaq punchau.  Chay 2 pm hakaykama 5 pm.
    Maypim?  Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, Jenifer St # 953 tiyana, WIlliamson St huk cuadrata qipampi, Monona Mama Quchapa rinin.
    Hukpa wasinpi kawsakuq:  Natalia Hildner, Gian Carlo Paredes, Ana Lucila Bautista, inaptim Silvia Ruiz.

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