Thursday, June 17, 2010

Sacred Harvest Festival

What: Sacred Harvest Festival
Where: Harmony Park, just north of Albert Lea, Minnesota
When: August 7-15

The 2010 Sacred Harvest Festival will soon be here! If you have not
already registered, now is a good time to get in on the early registration
pricing before July 1st.

We have a wonderful line up of Presenters and workshops to build upon this
year’s theme of Seducing the Muse. This year we have internationally
known environmental sculptor, performance and video artist, Cherie
Sampson. Anne Marie Forrester, well-known local artist and longtime
member of the Pagan community, will be there to help you tap into your
inner creativity. Author Veronica Cummer is returning this year. White
Deer will be there with his drums as well as his dancer wife, Violette
Rose. Visit our website to see their bios. There will also be other
wonderful workshops during the week.

Murphy’s Midnight Rounders will be there to entertain you, along with
Hugin the Bard. We may have a few more surprises for you. Whether you want
to drum and dance around the fire, sing with others in the Bardic Circle,
or simply enjoy a relaxing night staring at the stars, there will be
plenty of engaging things for you to do, including the 2nd Annual Not So
Talented Talent Show!

In addition to the many rituals that will be offered, we have the Sacred
Hunt and the Rangoli for those would like to participate in a unique and
deeply moving spiritual experience.

We have new Kids Cauldron programming and, rest assured, as in years past,
the Teens will have a new and creative way to put their stamp on this
year’s Festival.

You can register here
For questions on registration
Other questions
New to the SHF or Festivals in general? Check out You might find some helpful information
there, or just ask us.

Sacred Harvest Festival is the largest Pagan festival in Minnesota, and
one of the largest family friendly Pagan festivals in the nation. This is
a festival so engaging that people have actually moved to Minnesota to be
closer to the tribe which creates it. It is a festival known for its
wonderful community, moving rituals every day, and it's commitment to its
yearly theme.

There are special rates for 3 days, 5 days, the full 9 days, and family

We look forward to seeing you there and know you will have an amazing time.

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