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9:30am to 11:00am


With the prevelence of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements over the past year, and the multiple "scandals" in the news centered around sexual misconduct and a lack of consent, we will spend the time discussing what consent is, and how it relates to Neo-Paganism in general, and our personal practices.

12:45pm to 2:15pm


Chocolate is a gift from the gods. Come celebrate with us in a hands on Truffle Making class.

In this class learn basic truffle recipes, mixtures and fun add ins for easy gifts, fancy desserts and personal or devotional consumption.  Please come ready to roll with clean hands, no lotions or perfumes please.

If you have dairy or nut allergies we will have another round dessert for you to work with, just let us know!

2:30pm to 4:00pm


Sword, harp and singing bird: Learn about the Irish god Aonghus Og, trickster and lover, brother of Brighid. A discussion will be followed by a trance meditation for the season that honors him and his beloved, Caer Ibormeith

4:15pm to 5:45pm


We've heard about 'those who warred against the gods'. We understand the concept of 'those who would do us harm' both in an ancient and in a modern context.  What about everybody else who lived outside of the circles of civilization, however large or small, in the ancient world?  Who were they?  Were they all outlaws and raiders?  Was there a purpose for some folks to live on the outside?  Was it a place for those who did not fit into other social norms?  This workshop will explore these and other things and we shall see what answers we can come up with.

7:30pm to 8:30pm


Our main ritual this year will be to celebrate and commune with the nature spirits, be they animal, plant, or the unseen.  Bring offerings to the Nature Spirits and be prepared to spend time celebrating them.  This ritual will also be attempted to be simulcast via Facebook.  Tune in to Rev. Robert Lewis' feed to see the video.