Calling all Pagans!
Calling all Heathens!
Calling all Dirt Worshiping Tree Huggers!
Itâ€™s time to frolic!
Itâ€™s time to make merry!
Itâ€™s time to leap into full-blown Spring!
Monday, May 1st â€“ Beltane â€“ 5:30 PM â€“ Treehenge – see previous â€œA.B.C.D.â€ e-mail for details â€“ 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 â€“ Momma Sing â€“ 10 AM – Greyrock Commons (off of Liberty Dr.) â€“ Chant for women and children â€“ just singing away the morning
Tuesday, May 2nd â€“ Dance of Universal Peace â€“ 7:15 PM – River Rock Commons (520 N. Sherwood) â€“ dancing, singing and praising The One in all its many forms – $7 suggested donation
Tuesday, May 9th â€“ Dance of Universal Peace â€“ 7 PM – Sunrise Ranch (5569 NCR 29, Loveland) â€“ see above spiel – $5 suggested donation
Friday, May 12th – Full Moon ritual â€“ 7 PM â€“ 449 Clover Lane â€“ must be taller than a hobbit to attend (adults only please and thank you) â€“ by donation â€“ RSVP (I really mean it. Donâ€™t come without telling me youâ€™re coming. Iâ€™m going to start barring the door and throwing lit matches at late comers through the window slats)
Friday, May 19th â€“ Chant – 7 PM â€“ 449 Clover Lane â€“ singing, more singing, and even more singing – by donation
Tuesday, May 23rd â€“ Womenâ€™s Dance of Universal Peace â€“ 7 PM – St. Barnabas Church (southeast corner of 13th and Vine, in Denver) – $6 suggested donation
Friday, May 26th â€“ Chant â€“ 7 PM â€“ 449 Clover Lane â€“ 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 â€“ Jackâ€™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 â€“ will definitely include fresh air, fire, music, drumming, dancing, food, hiking, games, etc â€“ Questions, comments, suggestions, and to RSVP e-mail or call Marylea (not SÃ¡ra)
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 email@example.com or (970)224-4797.
May your hair and clothing smell like campfire starting now and going through the end of September.
THREE PERSONAL NOTES
One â€“ Rituals, chants and Dances are always co-ed and always open to anyone who wants to attend (I think yâ€™all know that by now but thereâ€™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. Thatâ€™s all.
Two â€“ Rituals always involve creating a sacred space. If you arenâ€™t there at the beginning, you canâ€™t participate in that creation and entering the circle after itâ€™s cast is disruptive and disrespectful. Please arrive to rituals on time or at least let me know that youâ€™re going to be a little late so we can wait for you to arrive.
Three â€“ 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. Iâ€™m not going anywhere and IF I ever do, youâ€™ll have plenty of notice. So yâ€™all can quit freaking out and stop the rumor mill already!