RAINBOW FAMILY GATHERINGS: Unofficial Community for Rainbow Family
Hello brother Peter
We come from the Philippines to Alaska and heading south to Ushuaia Argentina. See our profile (Story about that.) And therefore crossing Oregon. So we hope the time match with our trip.
Do you know the exact Location and Date it will be held ? ? ?
<3 Love and Light <3
Harry & Gie
Hello Harry and Gie, this year's Rainbow Gathering will be held from July 1-7 but I do not believe that a location has been announced yet. Good luck and love to both of you!
Good afternoon Jess
Thanks for your message. I see it in the meantime and unfortunately the time it is held is not match us/ our travel as we start in July in Deadhorse, AL.
Hope some of the Family follow us on facebook and when we come close by who invite us to visiting them
Wish you and all brothers and sister who attend a wonderful time filled with Love
Have a nice weekend
Harry & Gie
This sounds like the dream, I will probably be unable to make it to the gathering this year but I am sending love to all of you there. Best of luck on your travels, love from New Jersey <3
hey my brother do u know where its gonna be held thi year. i mean i know its home oregon but where? thx
Consensus has been reached on a site.
GPS coordinates for getting to the gathering site are reportedly N 44.18770 W 119.23120.
Directions to the site are sketchy and unconfirmed, but here's what we've got:...
From John Day, OR:
-Take 395S past the Star Mtn Rest Area
-Turn R on Izee-Paulina Rd for 12 miles
-Turn R on Rd 24 (aka Murderers Creek) for 4 miles
-Turn L on Rd 805 (ends in a field)
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Spring council for the 46th annual rainbow family of living light gathering of the tribes reached consensus by passing the feather in silence as follows: "The 2017 Annual Rainbow Family Gathering of Living Light will take place at Flagtail meadows."
The gathering is taking place at Flagtail Meadows in the Malheur National Forest south of John Day, Oregon.
From the south: Take the interstate of your choice to Highway 395 anywhere in California, Nevada, or Oregon to Seneca, Oregon on Hwy 395. About 8 miles north of Seneca, turn left on Izee-Paulina Lane (Road 63). Continue a bit over 10 miles. You should pass the Diabartolo Ranches. Turn right on Forest Service Road 24. Take the second left. WELCOME HOME.
From the north: Take the interstate of your choice to Highway 395 anywhere in Washington or Oregon to John Day, Oregon on Hwy 395. Go south on Hwy 395 about 17 miles. Turn right on Izee-Paulina Lane (Road 63). Continue a bit over 10 miles. You should pass the Diabartolo Ranches. Turn right on Forest Service Road 24. Take the second left. WELCOME HOME.
TIP! In the early days, the USFS may change the parking rules multiple times and the parking that was legal when you put your car there may become illegal two days later. Stay plugged in to the parking rules on a daily basis for at least the next week or two if you want to avoid your car being ticketed to towed.