Where I’ll Be May 2nd

The 5th Annual Spiritual Arts Fair in Oneonta, NY! Why?

Yoga, Labyrinth Walk, Paranormal Investigation with the Shadow Chasers, Zen Meditation, Flower Essences, Tai Chi, and much more, including vendors! One of those vendors is going to be none other than Deborah Blake, author of the just reviewed book “The Goddess is in the Details”!

It’s only $3 at the door and all the activities are free! It should be noted that things like tarot readings, etc. may have their own additional fees.

Join me Saturday May 2, 2009 from 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. at the Unitarian Universalist Society (12 & 16 Ford Avenue Oneonta, NY).

For those of you who can’t make it, I’ll be writing up a little ditty about attending and about finally getting to meet Deborah Blake in person!

Also, someplace I won’t be able to be.

4th Annual Earth Day Celebration in Rye, New Hampshire.
Date: April 22, 2009
Time: 10 am to closing
Location: Rte 1A in Rye, NH

Friend of The Magical Buffet, Rev. Ericka Shimkonis C.H., HPs let me know about this event. Here’s some info:

Come join us for the day to experience healing Ocean Medicine with Rev. Ericka Shimkonis C.H., HPs. (Lilly Pond Wolf), & the Moon Sirens of the Ocean Star. Ericka, a certified Herbalist will guide a medicine walk & discuss all the plants, herbs, animals & stones, & their importance to our habitat.

We’ll do a little beach cleansing & drumming. A healing ritual for Mother Earth, & picnic to follow, with crafts for the kids. We’ll be in the waning phase of the April Seed/Egg/Grass/Wind/Hare/Flower &/or Planting Moon before Bealtaine/May Day – Sihnals a time for fertility, growth & wisdom. Sow seeds of Earth Magick.

Please dress warm & wear comfortable shoes; bring your drum or any magickal instrument, a picnic lunch, or a Pot-Luck to share; Poetry or Song. There’s a Sea Coast Science Center, Bathrooms; a Playground for children; & trails for biking along the ocean. We’ll meet in the Parking Lot. Ritual will be at the Sunken Old Forest (same place as last year.) Lunch at the picnic tables on the grass by the Apple & Fir tree.

Admission: Odiornes Point State Park is $3.99 – children under 12 years – FREE. There’s a $1.00 fee for admission into the Sea Coast Science Center – A Tidal Pool where kids can pick up & explore ocean life.

For more details, click here.