The Forge and the Well: A Brigid Ritual for Strength and Healing
Join us as we channel the energies of Fire, Water, and Ancestral Spirit to remove pain from our lives, energize our spirits, and call upon the power of the Ancestors to fortify ourselves and our communities. Ritual songs will be rehearsed at Courtney Weber’s Friday afternoon class, “Evoking the Goddess Brigid into Ritual.” Can’t make the class? Don’t worry! We’ll run through the songs at the meadow before processing! We are looking for ritual drummers! All drummers who would like to drum during the ritual–please meet at the Dionysus Circle at 2:45 p.m. on Saturday.
Workshops will be held in Dragon Circle this year. Children’s/ Scion’s workshops will still be near Faery Grove. We have some amazing workshops planned.
SunFest 2018 Workshop Schedule:
Festival 101 with Aine Sullivan
Have you come once before and felt overwhelmed, “off”, or weird before, during, or after? This is a workshop that will explain to you what the energy of festival can do to you. We will be covering how to properly take care of yourself energetically, physically, and spiritually.
The Morrigan: Celtic Goddess of Magick and Might with Courtney Weber
Discussion and meditation with the Goddess Morrigan
Serpent, Owl, Spider with Devin Hunter
Working with shape-shifting spirits
Evoking the Goddess Brigid in Ritual with Courtney Weber
Bringing the Goddess Brigid into ritual plus discussion of the main ritual
The Journey into the Faery Realm with Storm Faerywolf
Ecstatic Witchcraft: The Star Goddess and the Gates of Heka with Devin Hunter
Working with the Star Goddess
4:00 p.m. Beginning ASL with Christophen DeCoteau
5:00 p.m. Connections between Herbs and Lore with D. Sullivan
Herbs and Lore
10:00 a.m. Introduction to Elementals with Laura Rankin
Working with the Elemental Spirits
11:00 a.m. Paths to Power: Using Magick to Change your Life with Devin Hunter
Magick and self-work
1:00 p.m. Irish Dance with Kathleen Juregens
Intro to Irish dance
2:00 p.m. Betwixt and Between: The Watchers of the Faery Tradition with Storm Faerywolf
Embracing spirit work
3:30- 4:30 “Forge and the Well” Main Ritual
5:00 p.m. Intermediate to Advanced Celestial Star Magick with Devin Hunter
Medium-advanced Magickal Practice
Our Guest Speakers:
Devin Hunter, author of The Witch’s Book of Power and The Witch’s Book of Spirits, is a professional psychic medium and witch currently living in San Francisco, CA. You can visit www.devinhunter.net for more information.
He will be joined by his partner who will also be teaching workshops and taking part in ritual.
Storm Faerywolf is an author, teacher, warlock, priest, and initiate of the Faery tradition of witchcraft. You can visit his website at faerywolf.com.
Definition: Scion /ˈsaɪən/ Noun
- A descendant, heir, or young member of a family
- A shoot or twig of a plant used to form a graft
Scion Coordinator Dawnell Sullivan:
*Please remember that each scion must bring a chair and a parent to the workshop*
*All Adults are welcome to join in each scion workshop but remember that the scions are given priority*
Celtic Coloring Books – Friday 11 am
We have coloring books to celebrate all things Celtic
Maker Workshop – Keychains – Friday 1 pm
Come make key chains using Bridget’s cross and other symbols
Celtic Lap book – Saturday 11 am
Make a lap book to study the Celtic Pantheon
Pagan Bingo – Saturday 1 pm
Come and Pagan Bingo and win some Prizes
Due to the limited space in the North Meadow and Ffynnon’s desire to have specified RV/ camper parking we cannot have motorized vehicle camping in North Meadow. North Meadow will remain an 18+ adult only area. All camping spaces in North Meadow and throughout the camp areas are on a first come basis. We cannot reserve spaces for people as this area is very popular and fills up fast.
For ADA service requests, please contact Kanani at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in helping with Ffynnon work weekends you can contact Michael with Ffynnon @ email@example.com
You are Invited to Join Us For:
• A Sacred Fire in the Dionysus Grove.
• Children’s Activities. We ask when your children attend the activities that they have an adult in attendance with them.
• Raffle: Look for the Raffle Fairies fluttering around with the tickets.
• Potluck dinner on Saturday evening. Please bring a prepared dish to share with community, labeled to indicate any allergies or dietary standards, such as Vegetarian or Gluten Free. If you are able to contribute a table for use during the Potluck, we would be most grateful.
• Potlatch Gift Exchange: We will do the Potlatch gift exchange during the potluck dinner on Saturday. Please bring appropriate gifts for children to exchange for the little’s in your group and adult gifts if you wish to participate as well. There are a limited number of vendors on site.
• Dancing and Drumming around the Main fire in the evening.
• Hiking on the numerous and beautiful trails around the site.
• OWOW is pleased to announce that Sunday brunch is so popular it will be included in the festival price.Brunch will include: biscuits and sausage gravy/meatless gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon and a selection of fresh fruit and sweet breads.