Sunday, March 19, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to approx. 6:30 p.m.
We are celebrating the Pagan festival of Ostara, named after the goddess Ēostre, Goddess of Spring, fertility, the dawn, and new beginnings. She is often represented by eggs and rabbits for fertility, and new budding trees and flowers for new life.
Occurring at the time of the new moon thus year, the representation of power of both will be doubly meaningful! And celebrated!
Join us after the ritual for “cakes and ale.” (This is a traditional name for what happens before people leave.) Ours is going to be a kind of potluck; feel free to bring something if you wish, but it is totally unnecessary to bring anything as there will be plenty for sharing.
If you have questions, please speak with Bernadene Zennie.