Midwest Burners, a whimsical heartland Burning Man group,
is proud to present InterFuse 2004: a Spring Compression party and Midwest Regional Burn.
Interfuse is defined as: to spread through or among, and to combine as by fusing. Fusing together means to become fluid with heat and join by melting together. A fuse is also a small fiery event that prepares the way for a large fiery event. The goal of InterFuse is for the scattered Midwest burners and pre-burners to become One in the flames of this celebration of Art, Fire, and Life, further spreading the unique Burning experience through this region.
Where: Ozark Avalon, Columbia, Missouri www.ozarkavalon.com
When: April 24-25, 2004
We will be burning a wooden Man at the height of the festivities on Saturday night. However, some people may wish to arrive at Ozark Avalon on Friday, April 23, to set up their tents, theme camps, stages, sound equipment, art installations, etc., in order to be ready for the event starting on Saturday. Please see http://www.midwestpagan.com/InterFuse/ for more information on this option. Theme camps are not required to register for InterFuse 2004.
Many InterFuse participants will be burners from the Kansas City and St. Louis communities. However, we encourage any other Burners, especially those in the Midwest, to come co-create the InterFuse experience. Of course, you don't need to be a previous Burner to attend this event. For more info please visit www.midwestpagan.com or join http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MidwestBurners/
Questions and comments can be sent to the InterFuse 2004 Event Planners by clicking here: