with Chaw Moon-Starwell Make your own Mead! This workshop will not only teach you the low tech way to brew your own mead at home but give you an opportunity to start to cold-brew your first gallon of Mead while you are camping! Use your own mead for offering to spirits or have it be the… Continue reading Make Your Own Mead!
A short, energizing ritual to honor the Sun for Solstice. Jenn has studied & practiced the craft since 1972. Solitary most of her life, she enjoys meeting with others, celebrating community, and being out of the broom closet!
Join us at Pacific Circle Revival 2018 for A Midsummer Rite: Irish Bonfire Night. Called Bonfire Night in Ireland, it was most likely imported as part of St. Eoin (John’s) Eve with the advent of Christianity. Because it is between two major celebrations (Beltaine and Lughnassadh) it partakes a little bit of both. It is… Continue reading A Midsummer Rite: Irish Bonfire Night
While much pagan practice concerns our relations with the Gods, we should not ignore the spirits and beings that share the very land we live on. Different cultures call them by many names: the Fair Folk; the Good Neighbors; the Tomte; Genius Loci; the Landvættír: Join us in a short walk and a meditation and… Continue reading Utisettur (sitting out) for Beginners – Getting to know your local land spirits
Plants are talking to us all the time, but do you listen? Do you know HOW to listen? Because it's not enough to open yourself up to plants, you must, as with any friend you meet who speaks a different language, take some time to learn their language. It's the kind and respectful thing to… Continue reading Plant Communication with Julie James
These gorgeous high mountains are home to a wonderfully diverse plant community, with Incense Cedar, Douglas Fir, Ponderosa Pines, Artemisia, and so much more! Join Julie James of the Green Wisdom Herbal Studies and learn who our neighbors are, and what their gifts and talents are. Pacific Circle Revival brings the pagan community together in nature for… Continue reading Plant Walk with Julie James