Nine Worlds Fall Festival
October 17-20, 2013 Darlington, MD
Join us in celebrating the Norse, Germanic, and Anglo-Saxon Gods and Goddesses! We’ll be gathering at Ramblewood, a large Pagan-friendly campground and retreat center, for four days (Thursday-Sunday) of workshops, discussion groups, rituals, and intensives.
We are offering a wide variety of workshops, panels, and rituals, covering theology, history, healing, crafts, and our personal experiences of our gods. Our presenters include Jane Sibley, Scott Mohnkern, Galina Krasskova, Linda Demissy, Tchipakkan, and Raven Kaldera. We are also offering four-hour intensives, where participants will explore a specific topic in depth through classes and participation. These include ancestor worship, poetry, Frigga’s Handmaidens, ands hamanism. There will be vendors of handmade spiritual crafts, diviners, and many altars set up for the weekend.
Register online at: nineworldsfestival.org
Registration: $155- $170
Discount for early registration.
(Scholarships available – contact us.)
Ramblewood is a private campground in northeast Maryland, about an hour from Baltimore, 1.5 hours from Philadelphia, and about 2 hours from DC. Cabins are included with your registration (beds, hot showers, electricity) but camping is welcome, in tents or RVs. Ramblewood offers a very nice optional meal plan – $80 for all meals, or buy meals individually on site.
While this event is open to everyone, the focus will be on modern Neo-Pagan ways of honoring the Northern Gods. It is a place for diverse worshipers to come together and share. We expect folks to be respectful of all differing religious practices, the Gods of everyone present, and all other attendees regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or lifestyle.
The Nine Worlds Fall Festival is co-sponsored by Turtle Hill Events. (turtlehillevents.org)