2011

Events

Ostara Fest, Tampa Florida Area

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 thru February 28

3:00pm

4715 Bruton Road, Plant City, Florida

OSTARAFEST
It’s not just a Pagan Holiday it’s a New Age Holiday
Wed. Feb. 23 - Sun Feb. 27
Gate opens at 3pm
Featuring Kellianna & Wendy Rule
in Concert
Featured Author Raven Grimassi &
Ann Moura
Workshops, Classes, Drumming, Fire Circles, Healing
Circles, Fire Spinning, Children’s Activities, Concerts,
Arts & Crafts, Ostara Egg Hunt.
SPONSORED BY
MysticWays (MWC)
www.Ostarafest.com

Moonstruck with Captain and Annie Silverman at McNally's

Friday, March 4, 2011

8-11p

McNally's Grille
88 Sargent Road
Westminster, MA 01473
978-874-1444

An acoustic show with Kellianna, Heidi-Jo Hanson, who I've been playing music with as the duo Moonstruck entering our 18th year, Captain Chris Coombs, with 17 years of making music together, and pianist Annie Silverman, who I met and began performing with 10 years ago. All of these lovely friends are on my first two CD's, helping me out with their own magical musical offerings. This is my hometown and the day before my birthday so come and join us!
Expect fabulous harmonies and classic rock songs from Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young and much more!

Spring Fling with Kellianna

Saturday, March 5, 2011

6-10pm

Knights of Columbus
110 South Main Street
Gardner, MA 01440

1st Annual Spring Fling
potluck 6-8pm
concert 8-10pm
CASH BAR

Pre-paid Tickets $20.00
or $25.00 at the door

Tickets now available at:
Terrapin Traders
302 Central St.
Gardner, MA 01440
978-632-4893

Cornerstone Creations
548 Main St. Fiskdale, MA
508-347-0888
Paypal available contact Tala at: talawolf7@webtv.net

Presented by Terrapin Traders and
the Central Mass Wiccan Meet-up Group

Brid's Closet Beltane Festival

Saturday, April 30, 2011

10-6pm

Palaia Vineyards
10 Sweet Clover Road
Highland Mills, NY 10930

Fertile Ground Gathering

Thursday, May 5, 2011 thru May 8

5:00pm

Price William Forest Park
Triangle, VA

Beltane Festival In Trianlge, VA near Washington DC

Greenbelt Green Man Festival

Sunday, May 8, 2011

4:00

Roosevelt Center in Historic Greenbelt, MD

Greenbelt's Seventh Annual Green Man Festival is a celebration of Greenbelt's commitment to preserve its acres of forests and to honor this green Earth by choosing wisely and acting locally.

Festival activities will reconnect us to the folklore of ancient civilizations through science, art, music and myth by featuring many local artists, musicians and performers from Maryland as well as other parts of the country.

The Green Man Festival became a project of CHEARS in 2008. CHEARS, the Chesapeake Education, Arts and Research Society, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health of all who share the Chesapeake watershed environment.

New Deal Cafe

Sunday, May 8, 2011

5-8pm

New Deal Cafe
113 Centerway
Roosevelt Center
Greenbelt, MD 20770
(301) 474-5642

The New York Faerie Festival

Friday, June 24, 2011 thru June 26

11-7pm

2195 State Route 79
Harpursville NY 13787.

Elfin & Sylvan Folk, Wood Sprites & Faerie Folk, and All you Humans who still Believe in Magic...
Join Us in the Rolling Hills and Hollows of Rural New York for Central New York's Faerie Festival!
A time of Escape from ordinary Reality... into Magical Play!

Triple Goddess Tour with Wendy Rule, Kellianna and Sharon Knight

Friday, July 1, 2011 thru July 3

Musical Mistresses of Myth and Magick

3 Concerts and a Dark Moon workshop in Massachusetts over 4th of July Weekend

Triple Goddess Tour with renowned vocalists Wendy Rule, Kellianna, and Sharon Knight. Step into the realms of enchantment as three witchy women spin tales of myth, magick, and love of the natural world. All three are internationally touring artists well loved for their distinctive voices and poetic songs. From the fierce and haunting Celtic-inspired to the darkly gothic and mysterious to the raw and ribald passion of folk-rock, these mythic tales will sweep you into the otherworldly mists of fairytale, reminding us that life can be epic every day.

First Performance: Musical Mistresses of Myth and Magick

Friday, July 1, 2011

8-11:15pm

The Lillypad
1353 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA

presented by WMFO's Celtic Dawn/Between The Worlds show and Coniunctio Productions
Tickets $20.00
Seating limited.

2nd Performance: Musical Mistresses of Myth and Magick

Saturday, July 2, 2011

7-10:00pm

The Montague Grange Hall
34 Main Street
Montague, MA 01351

2nd Performance at the beautiful 175 year old Grange Hall in Montague.
Tickets are $20.00

3rd Performance: Mistresses of Myth and Magick

Sunday, July 3, 2011

2-5:00pm

Earthlands
39 Glasheen Street
Petersham, MA 01366

Matinee Performance at the
Sacred World Interdependence Day Festival
Day Passes for Sunday at the festival, which include the concert and workshops, are $25.00 for Noon – Midnight.

Dark Moon Workshop with Wendy Rule and Kellianna

Sunday, July 3, 2011

7-10:00pm

Wendell, MA

She is the Dark of the Moon,
She is Keeper of Mysteries,
She is The Morrigan, Hecate,
Kali, Persephone...

Join Wendy Rule and Kellianna, under the new moon in July for a Workshop and Ritual journey. A journey to the underworld, into the shadow, where She, the mistress of the dark moon, will guide us as we seek and find those deep hidden things that bind us. When we return from the shadow, we will light the ritual fire and release those bonds into the fire.

Workshop fee is $50.00
You must pre-register to reserve a spot
Admission is limited to 25 participants.
Address and directions will be given with paid
registration.

Spirits of the Earth Festival, Ontario

Tuesday, July 5, 2011 thru July 10

noon

32242 Erin Line
Dutton, Ontario

Where people can learn and grow not only as people but as spirits!

We are a group of earth centered individuals who come together to study the elements and the endless cycle of life. Spirits of the Earth is a gathering focusing on conservation, preservation, and creating a deeper relationship to divinity.

Our goal is to bring like-minded individuals together to form a sense of community. We welcome all who are of earth-based spirituality and other open-minded individuals to join us in a sacred space where communication of life, love and spirituality is available without fear or prejudice. We form a network to share knowledge of our ways with others.

Spirits of the Earth is a festival creating unity between old friends and an opportunity to meet new ones. We offer access to a wider variety of specialized vendors and holistic practitioners that may not otherwise be readily available.

We teach individuals how to bring spirituality and positivity into their every day lives. We show people how to put aside “sacred time” and teach techniques of meditation to center one’s self with the energies of the earth.

The motto we live by is to "Harm None" resulting in our belief of the three-fold return; this being karma which is the concept that all energies put forth are returned. This is a reminder to act in a positive fashion at all times.

We offer opportunities to learn about astrology which is the study of the Earth, Planets, Stars, Moon, Sun, and their relationship to us. We also offer the studies of “magick” meaning we have control over our lives, showing that if we aren’t satisfied with certain aspects of our lives we can change them through positive actions. Thoughts are things, that is, thoughts generate and release energy and, if repeated with intent can be powerful sources of energy. We can improve our lives and harm none through positive thinking; even our thoughts can be expressions of our spirituality.

One of our most important concepts is (as Scott Cunningham calls it) “Earth Stewardship;” which is caring for our planet. We carry this out by rinsing and reusing bottles; composting; recycling paper, aluminum cans, plastic and glass. This is an act of spirituality, for we are caring for our planet. Similarly, planting a tree; tending gardens; giving gifts of plants to others; refusing to use artificial pesticides; donating to ecological causes; writing letters in support of preserving endangered animals and their environments (forest, wetlands, and other environmentally sensitive areas) are all further expressions of concern and love for our planet.

Sirius Rising 2011

Monday, July 11, 2011 thru July 17

Brushwood Folklore Center

Sirius Rising is an eclectic weeklong festival that nurtures creative and spiritual potential by bringing together, involving and teaching the community. The experience encourages participation in the universal creation process, opening participants to the unique relationship between the Land, the community and the festival at Brushwood. If you are interested in participating in workshops, drumming and dancing around the fire, or simply relaxing with friends or family in the great outdoors, Sirius Rising is the place for you.

Wunjo Weekend

Friday, August 5, 2011

6:00pm

191 Poplar Hill Road
Wassaic NY 12592 USA

A joyous festival & camping retreat bringing together people from Earth-based spiritual communities to celebrate & learn about our wonderfully diverse belief systems

Various aspects of Earth-based spiritual paths will be represented in presentations, workshops, performances, & rituals. This is an open, accepting, non-judgmental, family-friendly environment. We are planning a Pixie Path full of children’s activities. Additionally, the festival will include a variety of spiritually oriented vendors.

Come celebrate with us in the Ten Mile River Valley of Eastern Dutchess County NY, just south of the Berkshires. We are within a 90 minute drive of NYC, Albany, Waterbury, & Springfield. Camping is permitted & welcome so that attendees don’t miss any part of the festival & pre-registration is strongly encouraged

Southern Maine Pagan Pride Day

Saturday, August 13, 2011

10-5pm

The Unitarian Universalist Church
of Saco-Biddeford
60 School Street
Saco, Maine

Southern Maine's annual Pagan Pride Day in Saco Maine

Lorelei Vrouwen Festival, The Netherlands

Friday, August 26, 2011 thru August 28

A Woman's festival in Zeewolde, Netherlands

Southern New Hampshire Pagan Pride Day

Saturday, September 10, 2011

10-6pm

Veteran's Park
889 Elm Street
Manchester, NH

NH Pagan Pride Day is an annual event, held on the second Saturday of September. The purpose of this event is multi-fold. It is a day for the NH Pagan community to gather and celebrate our common bond. With many things to do such as public ritual, workshops, drumming circles, vendors, and activities for adults and children alike; this is sure to be an exciting day for all! Additionally, many of us see the huge need for community togetherness, and this is an excellent way for us to come gather and celebrate together

Eastern Mass Pagan Pride Day

Sunday, September 18, 2011

10-5pm

Bradley Palmer State Park
topsfield, MA

Earth Warriors Festival

Thursday, September 22, 2011 thru September 25

4-H Camp Graham
164 Springhill Road
Clarksville, Ohio 45113

Inanna's Womens Mysteries Autumn Retreat
At the Serpent Mound

Saturday, October 1, 2011 thru October 2

Woodland Altars
33200 SR 41
Peebles, OH

Join us in beautiful woodland
setting as we celebrate
the awesome power of the
Divine Feminine!
Explore the feminine archetypal
wisdoms as we nurture the strength
and compassion we are born with
and re-connect to the
sacred circle of the sisterhood.

Guest Speaker at
The Church of Eternal Light

Sunday, October 16, 2011

2:00pm

Church Of Eternal Light
1199 Hill Street
Bristol, CT

I've been asked to speak at the service about my path to the Goddess and music as a tool for worship.

The Official Salem Witch's Ball

Friday, October 28, 2011

8-12pm

Hawthorne Hotel
Salem, MA

The annual Salem Event! Costume Ball and Concert!

Yule Feast and Potluck at the Montague Grange
with Kellianna and Telling Point

Saturday, December 17, 2011

6-9pm

The Montague Grange
34 Main Street
Montague, MA 01351

A Yule potluck Feast and Concert with Kellianna and Cleveland based duo, Telling Point.
6-7pm Feast
8-10pm concert

A little info about Telling Point:
Hailed as "Magikal, mystical story-telling," the music of Telling Point captures a beautiful balance of light and dark in a unique tribal rock sound. Commanding drums will keep you moving as the sensual vocals embrace you. The Telling Point Acoustic show provides listeners an intimate connection with the band. Each song is a story: personal, inviting. Whether it's the djembe groove or the poetic lyrics, this music is sure to touch you.


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