Saturday, August 2
gathering begins at 7:00 PM
ritual begins promptly at 7:30 PM

Please join us for our celebration of the Herakleia, a ritual honoring the life and death of Herakles, otherwise known as Hercules. We will hear his story and honor him. We will also honor Hera and Athena, two goddesses who played vital roles in his ascension to godhood.

Please bring an item of food or drink to share after the ceremony. Donations of 2-3 dollars to help offset expenses will be appreciated but are not required.

Children 10 and older who can participate maturely and be respectful of the sacred nature of this circle are welcome. We will offer childcare for younger children if requested by Tuesday, July 29.

For more information, please contact Conor Warren at conorwarren@my.unt.edu or 940-300-2875

Herakles and Athena

Winter Finding moved up 1 week

Due to scheduling conflicts, our Winter Finding circle has been moved up 1 week, from September 20 to September 13.

This will be our second celebration of Winter Finding, an observance of the Fall Equinox which honors our Norse, Germanic, and Anglo-Saxon ancestors and the deities they worshipped.

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