Rainbow Gathering Ends With Thanks

April 30, 2004

THE One World Rainbow Gathering,a peaceful congregation in the SouthernZone of more than 700 people fromaround the world between March andApril, has ended, and departing participantsthanked Costa Rica for its hospitalityand support of the event.The gathering drew attention frompolice and members of the community ofSan Vito de Coto Brus, a town near thegathering. But police and child welfareinspections turned up no major crimesand no one was arrested (TT, March 12).The next such gathering is planned forCanada this July, according to participants.

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