Sweet Sister Samhain Gathering
From the organizer Tawny Stowe:
The last of the three harvest festivals is upon us. We gather now to celebrate the end of life as the crops are done producing. As we honour this aspect of nature we embrace that it is the dying out of what was that creates space for what will be. With death and rebirth being one in the same, this holiday is often celebrated as a New Year, At this time when we think so much of death we also celebrate the hope and change that will come in the year to follow.
We will spend time talking of the traditions of this holiday from a spiritual standpoint and discuss what the words ancestors mean to each of us and explore the idea of a new year from a rebirth perspective.There will be facilitated conversation and group sharing.
To help us embrace the bounty of hope and to stir our dreams we will be celebrating by building our very own cauldron. Join me at Zenfire Pottery where Angela will give us a demonstration of how a wheel works and explain how clay becomes pottery.
After her demonstration Angela will teach us how we can make something of our own just using our own two hands. Together we will create a pinch pot and turn it into a cauldron.
For anyone who wishes to try the wheel they are welcome to stay longer and pay an extra fee to Angela for wheel time to try your hands Demi Moore Style!
After our event finishes you are welcome to stay and get some early Christmas shopping done as well as try your hand on the clay wheel. There are a few local restaurants that you can get a meal at before heading back to town.
You may want to come if you are:
* a woman wanting to connect deeper with other women
* enjoy talking and learning about spirituality
* have in interest in words like solstice, and equinox
* love to learn about traditions, songs, or crafts of days gone by
* want to celebrate the cycles of the moon and the seasons
* feel a calling to be around or become a lightworker
* have an inner love of nurturing and healing
* are an Empath that desires strong relationships to support you
Cost to attend including craft is $55 and can be paid via EMT to firstname.lastname@example.org or using the ticket link below.
Each of you will be building and decorating your own cauldron and will be able to pick up the finished product after firing from me in London (or you can arrange for St. Mary’s if more convenient) at a later date.
Sorry this event is non refundable.
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