Witch Craft: New Moon, New Year Craft and Tarot Party
Bring friends or make new ones at this fun New Moon//New Year gathering. We’ll celebrate the new year’s first new moon with some intentional crafting and magic making with essential oils, using ritual to set authentic, shame-free achievable intentions for 2018.
Personal tarot readings will be available all afternoon for an additional fee. Or you are welcome to just connect with others over food and drinks and provided decks at Siren’s Song!
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Please arrive at 4pm, as the workshop will start shortly there after and includes all supplies and instructions for creating a new moon/new year candle ritual and essential oil intention spray.
Sarah Matik will guide us through an intentional craft and ritual for setting intentions around the first New Moon of 2018 using natural and upcycled materials and Alicia Hashem will share hand selected oils for ritual and intention setting and share a recipe for an intention spray for the New Moon.
Optional Tarot readings will be available all afternoon by Emily Casselman & Willa Grant.
Sunday, January 14 | 4-6pm | Siren’s Song Tavern
All Ages//All Genders//Be Kind
This location ADA Accessible.
This event is brought to you by Every Body Humboldt, a DreamMaker project of The Ink People. Every Body aims to create accessible safer spaces for participants to learn skills and tools for regulating stress, healing trauma, making healthy social connections and creating new patterns. We believe that these tools for healing, creating and building resiliency should be accessible to all, regardless of physical ability, race, gender identity, sexual identity and economic status. 30% of your ticket fee goes into a fund to bring yoga and healing to underserved and marginalized communities.
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