Hello Happy Dancing Pagans!
Join us for the 12th annual Sacred Harvest Festival - August 8-16, 2009
This year's theme is Living the Wheel: Mirth and Reverence in Everyday Life
Sacred Harvest Fest is the largest Pagan festival in Minnesota and one of
the largest family friendly Pagan festivals in the nation. This festival
continually welcomes second and third generation Pagans. It's more than a
festival, it's a tribe.
Living the Wheel, ... all those life events, Sabbats, moons, feast days,
and seasons that mark the passage of the Year, until we gather again each
August! How do we live the cycle each day? How do we note and honor each
moment? What reverence is offered as we buy a cup of coffee, or make a bus
This year, immerse yourself in practical wisdom for Pagan Families from
Lydia Crabtree and learn from local author Veronica Cummer. Relive 30
years of our mirthful history with Pagan Tales round the SHF 2009 fire
from Prudence Priest.
If our many workshops, our rich family culture and village life do not
call to you, save yourself each evening for our most diverse rituals we
have ever offered! You are welcome for any level of participation you are
comfortable with, from spectator to planer. The ritual schedule is filling
up, but there are still unique opportunities for those who wish to be
involved with the ritual process. There are also opportunities for
planning and participating in rites of passage rituals. We're planning
right now so let us know if you'd like to be involved in the process.
At days end, relax to entertainment from Pagan-bard laureate, author,
poet, Blue Star High Priest Kenny Klein with his new three piece band,
Odd's Bodkins, and the ladies of Bella Wyck will hold you spellbound!
Come for 3, 5, or the full 9 days.
For more information or to register for Sacred Harvest Festival 2009,
please click here:
Register early while you can still take advantage of the lowest rates.
If you know someone who may be interested in attending our festival,
please forward this announcement to them.
We look forward to seeing you this year!
~ Harmony Tribe
Harmony Tribe (the close-knit group that organizes this wonderful
festival) is organized exclusively for charitable, religious and
educational purposes. Our mission is to provide spiritual experiences and
educational opportunities for practitioners of nature-based religions. We
welcome all who embrace nature spirituality in some form. Acceptance is
our desire; tolerance, respect and love is our rule. Contact us for