Mutton and Meade Medieval Festival
Saturday, June 15, 2019 thru June 16
Millers Falls Rod & Gun
210 Turners Falls Rd,
Montague, MA 01351
I am performing both Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 with the
"Early Singers" Vocal Group, performing Medieval songs.
Litha Celebration, Oxford, CT
Saturday, June 22, 2019
648 Quaker Farms Road
Oxford, CT 06478
Weekend Camping event at Schreiber's Farm in Oxford. CT!!
Full weekend or Saturday Pass available. Presented By De-Fib Monthly Music & Drum Djam! Saturday Activities include:
Ritual by Novices of The Old Ways Coven of The Well and Forge! Concert by Kellianna!
Workshops, Hayrides, Vendors, Camping, Bonfires, Nightly Drum Circles by De-Fib and More!
Pre-Registration prices (Registration received by June 14th)
Weekend Admission CWPN Members $20 NonMembers $30
Saturday Pass CWPN Members $10 NonMembers $15
Moonstruck 25th Reunion
at Red Apple Farm
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Red Apple Farm
455 Highland Ave
Reuniting with my great friend Heidi-Jo Hanson for an acoustic rock session with our duo, Moonstruck, founded in 2004 in Central Mass. Celebrating 25 years of performing music together!
Women's Warrior Retreat 2019
Saturday, July 20, 2019
A One Day Women's Warrior Retreat with Kellianna and Aikido Master Ria Windcaller. We will be doing physical training with a 4 foot staff, called Jo, and wooden knives, called Tanto.
After training we will be decorating the staffs for our
Ritual of the Warriors.
Registration Price $55.00. Bring boxed lunch and beverages,
Taco feast will be provided for dinner. ( Potluck dinner offerings are welcomed! ) Bring 4 foot staff (details below).
Full list to bring with you:
Clothes and shoes for outdoors
An item to put on the Warrior Altar
Sun and Bug protection
Boxed lunch and water/beverages
4 foot smooth staff (ie:broom handle cut to 4 feet)
(Optional) Any extra paint or craft items to decorate staff
(Optional) A snack, beverage or food item to add to taco dinner
Paypal users can pay for registration with this link:
Just send an e-mail to Kellianna99@gmail.com to confirm and receive address for event.
Registration by check or money order:
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details on where to send your payment and receive address
Details about the day:
• Workshop 1 with Jo 10:30-11:30
Ria will be teaching the use of the 4-foot staff known, as a “Jo” in Japanese. This morning session will have everyone moving with a Jo and learning a breath Kata. The jo is an eloquent weapon, as it can be spun and twirled around in 3-dimensional space. O’Sensei, the Founder of Aikido, used the jo as part of a purification exercise, that Ria will introduce.
If possible, bring along your own 4-foot walking stick, broomstick or other smooth surfaced, round staff.
• Workshop 2 1:30-3
– Walking from the Center – Tanto and Jo
Aikido is based upon the principle to not meet violence with greater violence. Rarely does a full-on attack come in silently – more often than not it is loud and unnerving. Not accelerating to the same chaotic state of mind as a would-be attacker is critical.
This workshop will teach how to Step-off-the-line of attack(s) while maintaining a balanced center both emotionally and physically. Everyone will practice maintaining their center in safe, fun, and friendly exercises geared for the novice. We will practice stepping off the line of an attack with the Tanto (knife).
About Ria: Alexandria (Ria) Windcaller is an author, columnist, Aikido Sensei, and CEO of an internationally recognized conflict management firm. She has over 30 years of applied practice in the Japanese martial art Aikido. As a consultant and Senior Trainer at Response Training Programs she helps organizations and people learn “how-to” secure safety during potentially volatile scenes. Ria integrates the principles of Aikido into her safety-based curriculum and her everyday life.
Early in her career she worked as a wilderness instructor for over 10 years. At that time she also design outdoor clothing and equipment. Her teachings are experiential at its best with a touch of “lets have fun” while keeping the outdoors safe for novice and experts alike.
Her Aikido based workshop will integrate he teachings as a Sensei of Aikido, her experiential work in the outdoors, and her expertise as a conflict management consultant.
Find Ria on the air at Cider Chat, a weekly cider podcast with makers, cider enthusiasts and folks in the cider trade around the world. Available on all podcast apps and ciderchat.com
About Kellianna: Kellianna is an American pagan artist internationally renowned for her powerful performance of song and chant inspired by myth, magic, sacred places and ancient times. With guitar and vocals she brings to life the stories and sagas of the Gods and Goddesses. With frame drum and chant she honors the Earth and the Ancestors via primal drumming and stunning vocals. Kellianna has performed her music and facilitated workshops in 13 countries on 3 continents, with regular visits to Canada, the United Kingdom, and Western Europe.
She is a certified teacher of SpiritSong, a powerful tool for freeing your voice. Experienced in the art of ritual chant, she uses the song to move energy, to celebrate the ancient mysteries, and to strengthen intention.
Lammas Faire for All Ages
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Hopkinton State Park
164 Cedar St
Hopkinton, Massachusetts 01748
Games, Vendors, Ritual, Picnicking, fun for all ages!
Event Admission is FREE
Parking Fee: $8 MA Vehicle, $15 non-MA Vehicle
Pack your picnic, sunblock and running shoes! Get your test kitchens cooking! We are going to have more information on Lammas coming soon. Keep your eyes here for details on the bake-off and vendors!
Schedule for the day!
Doors at noon - vendors will be open. Bring your picnic lunch to enjoy in the sun or under the pavilion.
Bake off starts at 1 PM (details: see Bake-off post in discussion)
Games are a part of the ritual. We will cast circle, enjoy ritual drama, and choose our teams. There will be two rounds of games played at the same time - Obo and the captains will be leading the teens and adult games, while Kara and Heather run the kids games.(awards for games and bake off will be presented during ritual) approximately 4pm
BAKE-OFF WINNER will be announced at the end of ritual.
RAFFLE DRAWINGS will take place at the end of the ritual - you must be present to win!
NOTE: Parents, please stay with your kids during games and crafts. Adults are encouraged to make crafts too!
2019 MAPLE BAKE-OFF:
1. Your entry must be in the form of bite-sized pieces (best to use mini-muffin tins)
2. All entries must be made from scratch.
3. Entrants must bring at least 40 samples
4. All entries must be accompanied by a full list of ingredients.
5. The winner will be announced during the Closing Circle.
Judges for the contest will be those attending the Faire; it will cost $1 to sample and vote. If you are interested in baking, or have questions, please message us!
Appleseed Fair at Red Apple Farm
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Red Apple Farm
455 Highland Ave Phillipston, MA (800) 628-4851
Moonstruck Acoustic Rock Duo with Kellianna and Heidi-Jo Hanson 2-5pm
Western Massachusetts Pagan Pride Day
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Florence Civic and Business Center
90 Park St the Corner of N Main St & Park St
Join us for our 20th consecutive celebration of being pagan in Western MA!
Family-friendly, Workshops, Games, Live Music, Food drive, and More!
Southern NH Pagan Pride Day 2019
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Church of Manchester
669 Union St,
Manchester, NH 03104
Southern New Hampshire Pagan Pride Day 2019 - "Rooted in the Living Earth"
Celebrate a great day of pagan fun with workshops, rituals, vendors and much more! There will be local area pagan booths to give you information and answer any questions you might have on a number of paths and traditions. Workshops covering a variety of topics are scheduled throughout the day.
Looking forward to seeing you all at Southern New Hampshire Pagan Pride Day 2019!
Eastern Mass Pagan Pride Day
Sunday, September 22, 2019
347 Kenoza Ave,
Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830
Witches, Druids and other Pagans Reclaim the Magic in Nature
at Eastern Massachusetts Pagan Pride Day! Magical traditions from all over New England will gather together on the field at Winnekenni Castle 347 Kenoza Ave, Haverhill, MA 01830 to connect with the powers of Mother Nature. Participants of this family-friendly event will enjoy educational workshops, entertainment, children's activities and the bewitching wares of many vendors and craftspeople. Admission will be a donation of non-perishable food.
Rhode Island Pagan Pride Day
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Johnston Memorial Park
1583 Hartford Ave
Johnston, Rhode Island 02919
The RI pagan community is coming together to bring you an amazing event! Learn more about modern paganism, gain new perspectives, or find your folk. Enjoy our talented performers, knowledgeable presenters, insightful readers, and merchants.
Our theme this year is "Bridging the Divide." We are promoting unity in the community of our mixed religions. What are the concerns we all share? How do we celebrate our differences? How can we better support each other?
Johnston Memorial Park has plenty of space for you to enjoy the day. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the whole day!
As pagans, we pledge to make this event as eco-friendly as possible. We provide biodegradable dinnerware and utensils at the RI Conscious Cafe. (Both vegans and omnivores will find plenty of options.) Access our program on your computer or phone!
Western NY Pagan Pride Day
Sunday, September 29, 2019
927 Grant St,
Buffalo, NY 14207
UU Women's Connection Fall Retreat
Friday, October 11, 2019 thru October 13
Sunday, October 20, 2019
Doubletree By Hiton, Nashua NH
Celebrate Samhain is New England's premier Samhain festival, dedicated to the ancient Celtic celebration of the final harvest and "day of the dead".
18th Annual Phoenix Pagan Pride Day
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Steele Indian School Park
300 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
FREE READINGS AND HEALINGS
There will be vendors and local artists, musicians, dancing, raffles, kids craft area, food, morning noon and evening rituals, and much more. Stay tuned for updates!