Over the globe, few celebrations are more representative of Earth’s abundant fertility as Beltane. Observed May 1 in the Northern Hemisphere, Beltane is an ancient Pagan holiday from the Gaelic/Celtic tradition. Falling halfway between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice, Beltane is considered a “cross-quarter” holiday that marks the subtle shift between seasons. It was known as a raucous celebration of the union of males and females — humans, gods, plants, and animals — and the importance of that union to life as we know it. Modern celebrants typically focus more on topics like creativity and personal growth than on human sexuality, but that certainly deserves a party too!
On Saturday, May 6, Tammie Burnsed will be hosting a women’s Beltane celebration at Information Press from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The focus of the event will be “A Celebration of Feminine Creativity.” No previous experience with women’s spirituality gatherings is necessary to attend. Bring an open mind and an open heart.
There is no charge for this event; however, donations are welcome and will be used to further the mission of Information Press.
Space is limited. Email Tammie at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to reserve your seat.