wrapping ribbons round the pole (fun, huh?)

Calling all Pagans!
Calling all Heathens!
Calling all Dirt Worshiping Tree Huggers!
It’s time to frolic!
It’s time to make merry!
It’s time to leap into full-blown Spring!

Monday, May 1st – Beltane – 5:30 PM – Treehenge – see previous “A.B.C.D.” e-mail for details – RSVP, bring flowers, food, drums, dishes and donations, come in your spring finery or be thrown to the wolves (not that most of you would mind that)!

Tuesday, May 2nd – Momma Sing – 10 AM – Greyrock Commons (off of Liberty Dr.) – Chant for women and children – just singing away the morning

Tuesday, May 2nd – Dance of Universal Peace – 7:15 PM – River Rock Commons (520 N. Sherwood) – dancing, singing and praising The One in all its many forms – $7 suggested donation

Tuesday, May 9th – Dance of Universal Peace – 7 PM – Sunrise Ranch (5569 NCR 29, Loveland) – see above spiel – $5 suggested donation

Friday, May 12th – Full Moon ritual – 7 PM – 449 Clover Lane – must be taller than a hobbit to attend (adults only please and thank you) – by donation – RSVP (I really mean it. Don’t come without telling me you’re coming. I’m going to start barring the door and throwing lit matches at late comers through the window slats)

Friday, May 19th – Chant – 7 PM – 449 Clover Lane – singing, more singing, and even more singing – by donation

Tuesday, May 23rd – Women’s Dance of Universal Peace – 7 PM – St. Barnabas Church (southeast corner of 13th and Vine, in Denver) – $6 suggested donation

Friday, May 26th – Chant – 7 PM – 449 Clover Lane – and, if you can believe it, more singing, and more and more singing – by donation

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 2, 3, 4 – Local Pagan Family Friendly Campout – Jack’s Gulch Campground (22 miles up the Poudre Canyon) learn about the campsite click here – Let Marylea know if you can volunteer to go up Friday morning to get campsites – will definitely include fresh air, fire, music, drumming, dancing, food, hiking, games, etc – Questions, comments, suggestions, and to RSVP e-mail or call Marylea (not Sára)
If you think you have received this e-mail in error, please check your number and try your call again (or unsubscribe). To RSVP for rituals, for more information about semi-precious stones, for interesting facts about human babies and their strange tendency to drool a lot, for directions to any of these kooky get-together-and-pray shindigs (what in the blazes is a shin dig anyway?), or to send a Morse code message across the veil to your late great-uncle, please call or e-mail someone (preferably me) at rain@trigoddess.org or (970)224-4797.

May your hair and clothing smell like campfire starting now and going through the end of September.
Blessed Be!


One – Rituals, chants and Dances are always co-ed and always open to anyone who wants to attend (I think y’all know that by now but there’s your reminder). I do, however, require RSVPs for rituals strictly because I (or other facilitators) need to plan supplies. It comes down to basic courtesy and respect for the facilitators. Let me know in advance how many people to expect. That’s all.

Two – Rituals always involve creating a sacred space. If you aren’t there at the beginning, you can’t participate in that creation and entering the circle after it’s cast is disruptive and disrespectful. Please arrive to rituals on time or at least let me know that you’re going to be a little late so we can wait for you to arrive.

Three – I have told some of you that my family is CONSIDERING the POSSIBILITY of moving to Hawaii. Let me be very clear that it is a CONVERSATION, NOT a plan. IF at some point we do decide to move, I would not be leaving the state for (at the very least) one full year. I’m not going anywhere and IF I ever do, you’ll have plenty of notice. So y’all can quit freaking out and stop the rumor mill already!

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