Sunday April 17 at 2PM


Jay good





Jay Haggerty

Sounds of Silence

Jay was born in the small village, Kanakanak, on the shores of the Being Sea in Alaska. His mother was Eskimo and his father an angry Irish man seeking his fortune in the gold fields. Though the family moved to Washington when Jay was five then to Montana, Jay’s love for fishing and ‘The Silence’ brought him back to Alaska many times in his adult life.

When storms come up and you are fishing of the open seas, finding a safe refuse is essential. Skills in survival are more than hunting, fishing and shelter. For Jay it was being alone for days on end.

This backdrop of Nature in the raw, plus human nature exposing his native heritage to their liking (often not good), Jay flourished in deep mediation practices.

Jay channels Energy.

I have known Jay Haggerty as my friend since the early ‘90’s.  Unlike anyone I have personally met, Jay’s integrity for aligning himself with Source and channeling that Energy is exceptional.

Bring Finger Foods to Share

When:  Sunday April 17 at 2PM

Where:  Islandia Cabana 

Location: Islandia Cabana, 20108 56th Ave West, Lynnwood, WA 98036

Donation  $5, $10, $20 your choice.