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Comment by wade on October 15, 2015 at 2:09pm

Samhain Celebration
Location: Deeply Rooted
7021 Bungaloo Rd.
Athens, WI
Date: Friday, October 30, 2015 - Sunday, November 1, 2015

Join us for our Samhain Celebration! Listen as the Ancestors speak through the wind…

Due to the construction of our new lodge, there are no indoor sleeping spaces. There is still plenty of space for camping. Be sure to bring plenty of blankets!


6pm – Arrival and set up
Dusk- Bonfire, Drumming , Dancing, Chanting
7:00pm – Silent Supper (a silent meal with our ancestors)

9am – Breakfast
11am – Land Walkabout — Tour of Deeply Rooted
Noon – Pumpkin Carving and Apple Bobbing
1pm – Lunch
3pm – Workshop: History and Practices of Samhain
5:30pm – Potluck Feast
7:30pm – Main Ritual – Druidic Ritual (ADF) – Protogrove of the Whispering Spirits
8pm – Candle Labyrinth (open until midnight weather permitting)
11pm – Gate Ritual by the Hemlocks (by Wade)
Throughout the Evening: Bonfire with Drumming, dancing, chanting, etc

9am – Breakfast
11am – Board Of Directors meeting
1pm – Departures
Things to Bring: Dish to pass for the Saturday potluck, food & drinks for yourself and your family for the other meals (sometimes we share to mix it up, but it is not required. There are always snacks available.). Camping gear (bring lots of blankets because it can get very chilly at night, and we do not currently have an indoor location to retreat to. Hand warmers are recommended for putting inside sleeping bags for warmth), drums/rattles/other noisemakers for around the fire, photos or memorabilia of loved ones that have passed for the ancestor altar (optional).

Comment by wade on April 13, 2015 at 2:10pm

May 1st-3rd Beltain at Deeply Rooted, all the usual fun and excitement that come with the holiday. Friday evening is the set-up and socializing around the bonfire. Saturday morning breakfast and 11am walk around the land, showing off the place and the change of the seasons. Light lunch at midday and then the 2pm May Games! Rock tossing, spear and crown trowing, foot races, kubb, and the ever-epic tie-breaking for the contests just like our ancestors did, rock-paper-scissors. 4pm Maypole dance, bring drums or other musical instruments if you are so inclined. 5pm discussion on the history of the holiday and ritual prep. 6pm ritual in the Stone Circle followed by the potluck feast. Bonfire after the feast and 11pm discussion on sacred sexuality. There is limited indoor sleeping space but plenty of camping space available. We are asking for a donation of $25 for the weekend, $10 for just saturday, work/exchange available and no one turned away for lack of funds. Raffle, the end of the men vs. women penny wars and all the other fun stuff that goes with the holiday. See ya then!

Comment by Victoria Boggess on March 9, 2015 at 7:56pm

Hey how is everyone liking this warm weather?  Kinda nice not having negative weather though my allergies have been actin up. John I'm from the shawano area.


Comment by John E Robinson on February 10, 2015 at 3:34pm

i am form wausau WI and would  like to find people from  this area

Comment by wade on January 13, 2015 at 6:11pm

Imbolc at Deeply Rooted Jan 30th-Feb1st. This is one of my favorite sabbats, in large part because its all about getting people outside during the freezing cold time of the year and get all excited about the renewal of life and the quickening of life all around them while they are shivering in blizzard conditions:-). On friday the 30th we will get some rousing games going inside, bonfire if folks are so inclined. Saturday the 31st will find the hardy few going on a hike in the woods at 11am, lunch at noon. at 2pm I'll be leading a workshop on the history and practices surrounding Imbolc/Imbolg/Groundhog Day/Charming of the Plow. Ritual at 5pm, in stone circle if possible and if not then the main fire circle. Pot luck feast to follow around 6:30. At 8pm we will have the votes tallied for the annual Board election, hopefully Nick Wozniak can toss in some details on that. Revelry and merrymaking to follow. Sunday is polka, leftover breakfast, Board meeting and all that usual stuff.
The ritual is, as always, made by those that show up and participate. Imbolc/Charming of the Plow is all about declarations and oaths about what individuals are planning on doing for the upcoming year. On the great Wheel of the Year the time between Samhain and Yule is rest and recover, Yule to Imbolc is planning and organizing and at Imbolc you have the upcoming year set and ready to go so you declare and oath to the deities of your choice and the community about what those plans are. I always tell folks that if you don't have plans and goals, go get some! Pagans are not passive people for whom things happen to, we are the ones that do and that make things occur.
Bring a dish to pass for the feast, warm clothing, some cash for the raffle, and powerful positive energy to assist with the return of spring and life to the Northwoods. Indoor space is limited so let me know asap if you need a place to crash. We are asking $25 for weekend, $15 for Saturday, less $5 for members. No one turned away for lack of cash, I can put you to work chopping ice and chucking wood. See ya then!

Comment by Bjorn Taktisk on November 4, 2014 at 5:04pm

Thought i missed something on my calendar

Comment by Cloverleaf762 on October 10, 2014 at 3:53pm

I am positive that MAPP will be much nicer weather wise than FVPP.  Mother Nature last week just had to throw her weight around. But hey, it could have been worse. 

For as cold and wet as the weather was we still managed to do OK sales wise. Can't complain that much.

Comment by wade on October 10, 2014 at 3:09pm

Fox Valley PPD was a fun time, cold, but fun. Am sure that Madison PPD will be just as good. I am doing the closing ritual if anyone is around and interested in a Northern Tradition Suble for the Winterfinding season.

Comment by Cloverleaf762 on September 26, 2014 at 1:16pm

I should have mentioned that we will be at MPP also. I'm not the one who takes care of all the scheduling on the soap side of our business though. I'm all IT and engineering. 

Comment by Rowyn Celeste MoonWolf on September 26, 2014 at 12:45pm

Slow dull day, but a good one.

We'll be going to Fox Valley Pagan Pride Day as well. Plus Madison Area Pagan Pride Day Oct 11th in Monona


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