Spring Magick is an annual fundraiser event for The New Alexandrian Library project of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel. It is a day-long intensive of Workshops and culminates with the ASW’s most beloved ritual Honoring the Stag God, Cernunnos.
Teachers are Elders and Initiates of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel Tradition:
Ivo Dominguez, Jr., Elder
Kitty Bronson, HPs
Carm DiLullo, HPs
Robin Fennelly, HPs
James Welch, HP
Maggie Beaumont, ASW Initiate
Workshop Info coming soon….
The Ritual for the Stag God Cernunnos concludes the day’s events as we join in celebration and listen to the words of the God, dance in honor of our connection to the animal kingdom and experience the life and potency of the Natural world.
Register at: http://www.sacredwheel.org/upcoming-events.html
At the door registration will begin at 9:30 a.m.
What to Bring:
Note taking supplies
Water and Snack, if needed
Ritual Garb (if you own)
Lunch is on your own. You may bring a bagged lunch to eat outside or enjoy at one of the many restaurants in the area.
The NAL store will be open during this event with unique gifts, books and magickal supplies for sale. All proceeds go to The New Alexandrian Library project.
Pre-registration is required. Stay Tuned for registration information and opening….
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HUNT VALLEY, Md. – The 2019 Sacred Space Conference opened at the Hunt Valley Inn on March 21, 2019. “Sacred Space is an annual Pagan and magical conference on the East Coast that is specifically for intermediate and advanced practitioners,” said Gwendolyn Reece, board member, and president of the Sacred Space Foundation. “We consider ourselves to be a part of the emerging infrastructure for Pagans and magical practitioners of all traditions.”
Read more: Sacred Space 2019 | The Wild Hunt
In 2020, the Sacred Space Foundation will be partnering with the Delaware-based Assembly of the Sacred Wheel to offer a combined conference. “Between the Worlds is an event, hosted by the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel, that functions as a fundraiser for the New Alexandrian Library, and is held at certain astrological times to magically address certain needs,” said Reece. “The intended audience is intermediate to advanced practitioners and it is in the same region [as Sacred Space].”
This year’s event will be held in Clark Park B (4301 Chester Ave Philadelphia, PA). As always, this is a rain or shine event, so pay attention to the weather and prepare accordingly!Source: Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day: PPPD 2019
Vendor and Workshop Applications are all live and ready to go. Submit your vendor and workshop applications by no later than July 15th if you want them listed in the event program. Any applications submitted after that may get cleared for the event but not necessarily make the cut for the printing of the program book.