Upcoming Events

Chat -- Money

Sunday, 14 September 2014

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Daz Bog Cafe, 2450 South Downing, Denver

In pagan circles, we often hear discussions of whether or not it's right for teachers or priests to charge for their services. Less common is the topic of the place of money in devotional practice.

We know that the ancients routinely made offerings of coin; is it still a good form of offering today? How would you feel about giving a $20 as an offering to the Dagda?

Lá Fhéile Fand

Sunday, September 21, 2014

5:30

Grant Frontier Park, Evans and South Platte River Trail, Denver

Join us to give offerings to Fand, Hostess of the Feast of Youth on the Island of Apples.

Arrive at 5:30, Start at 6. Potluck feast afterwards.

Feasting: Bring dishes and utensils for eating and a dish to share that will feed eight. Please post what you will be bringing in the comments, so we can have a well-rounded meal.

Traditional Foods:
Apples. Apples are the food of the occasion. Bring an apple dish, or use as part of another type of fare.
Game meats
Lamb
Goose
Rooster
Carrots (Especially wild; if you know how to recognize them, they can be found in this area.)
Grapes and other fall fruit
Blackberries
Other foods in season:
Seasonal Veggies
Bread
Dessert

Taking it Deeper, Opportunities for Participation in our Celebration and the Season:
-- Bring your toasts, stories, and music to share at the feast!
-- Personal offerings to Fand or our local Goddess of Sovereignty are welcome. We will be making offerings into the river, so please be mindful of the environment when selecting your offerings.
-- Giving gifts of food is very much a part of the harvest season, especially to those who are less fortunate than you.