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12:45pm to 2:15pm

Conference

We all could use a little more magic in our daily lives, especially the kind that uplifts, supports and encourages. 

In this workshop, we will create "medicine bags" that can be tucked into a purse, a pocket, or a desk drawer to provide a touchstone for those times when we need it most.

2:30pm to 4:00pm

Conference

This will be- you guessed it- a discussion of how to better include individuals with special needs in rituals. We will discuss how to provide a nurturing, inclusive environment. Examples of little ways to include the persons with special needs (often, a little goes a long way!) will be given, along with discussion of what to say, and what NOT to say. We will talk about how to remain approachable as a ritual team so that the family and caregivers feel that they can come to you with concerns. 

4:15pm to 5:45pm

Conference

People come to me all the time to ask about this.  There are all kinds of reasons that the energy is really ‘off’ in your home, or that one might sense a ‘presence’, or that things seem to be going wrong in succession, or that one is hearing/seeing/smelling strange things.  We are going to discuss some of the causes for such things, some of the symptoms, how to diagnose what you’re dealing with, and some basic strategies to start with.  Then we will discuss what happens when none of that worked.  Bring your stories and especially the things that worked in your situation.  I have a lot of ex

7:30pm to 8:30pm

Conference

Oracular Seidhr is a Norse ritual where a seer goes into a deep trance and retrieves answers to your questions. Join us for one of these rituals and get advice from the otherworlds

9:00pm to 11:00pm

Hospitality

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.