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9:00am to 10:00am


We will start the day off with doing a short daily devotional to welcome the sun of the spring into our day and into our lives.

10:15am to 11:45am


Offering incense in rituals to honor the gods has a long and ancient history. In this workshop you will learn some of the lore of herbs used in making incense, and everyone will get to participate in blending with intent, and blessing an offertory incense to take home.

12:00pm to 12:30pm


The menu will be sandwich, soup, and snacks.

12:45pm to 2:15pm


One of the most basic skills anyone that uses trance needs is knowledge of themselves.  We all forget this or overlook it from time to time.  With this workshop we will be discussing why we should forge a relationship with ourselves, discuss ways to do make and maintain this relationship, and do a couple exercises to get us started

2:30pm to 4:00pm


Feasting and drinking were very important to the IE people. This workshop explores some of the customs associated with IE feasts and holidays. It includes customs for both small and large gatherings.

4:15pm to 5:45pm



Some can be simple and some can be complex. Some can be light, some dark and some intense.

They can also be whimiscal, fun and different while still achieving desired results and may be more serious than their appearance. Join in and learn about putting the whimiscal in ritual!

6:00pm to 7:00pm


The menu will be:

  • Tossed House Greens
  • Sliced Pork Loin
  • Chicken Parmigiana
  • Garlic Mashed Potatoes
  • Chef's Choice Dessert

7:30pm to 8:15pm


“The dragon is wise beyond it's years
It sets no limits and faces all fears
The dragon is powerful in body and mind
Is true to it's heart and true to it's kind
The dragon is just and fights for what's right
To all who encounter it, their lives are made bright
The traits of the dragon we should all embrace
And together we'll make the world a better place.”

8:30pm to 9:30pm


As Druids, we hold the nature spirits in great reverence.  And many of us also hold high regard for a different kind of "spirits".  But how often do we contemplate the relationship between the two?

In her book, "The Drunken Botanist", Amy Stewart explores the world of wine, beer and cocktails from a horticultural perspective.  Inspired by her book, we will present an overview of some of the most flavorful contributions of the plant world, from the humble potato to the more exotic star anise.