We are also accepting donations of artwork for the 2019 Fall Fest t-shirt until August 7th. Submissions may be kept for future t-shirts. Let the elements guide your artistic endeavors. Email them to email@example.com.
We are accepting nominations for treasurer and 2 member at large positions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer. Names must be received by August 4th.
CALLING ALL PAGANS!
Fall Festival is coming up quickly and TAWN is looking to liven things up with some educational classes and demonstrations. We have had volunteers for some slots but we need to fill the day. If you are knowledgeable in areas like herbs, stones, altars, or anything along those lines, please reach out to TAWN and express interest. We also have slots that are open to talents. If you have an affinity for drums or other instruments of the craft, feel free to reach out. TAWN is on a mission to make this the best fall fest yet and we can’t do that without your help. Reach out to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or if you are interested in participating.
Carol Garr is TAWN’s ritual coordinator. She requests the help of the community to volunteer to lead one of our public rites, whether for traditional Sabbats or any other celebrations you wish to share. Dates, times, and locations can be arranged around your schedule. All respectful Pagan/Heathen traditions welcome. Whether you’re solitary, or in a coven, grove, or other group only competence and reliability are required. Please contact Carol directly at email@example.com, (520) 883-4444, or FB messenger.
Carol has been busy as a subject matter expert at several federal prison events around the country. She was invited to present an all-day program on Wicca for the Life Connections Program (LCP) Religious Diversity Appreciation component. The inmates were from numerous faiths, and she did so on 3 different occasions in 2014, 2016, & 2018. Then in 2019 she presented a 1-day segment on Wicca for the Bureau of Prisons Professional Chaplaincy Training course in Colorado. It was an honor to help guide chaplains in their work so that they will be better able to understand and serve the Wiccan inmates in their institutions.
Since 1988, TAWN has been southeastern Arizona’s hub of Neo-Pagan, Heathen, and Polytheist communication and education. Understanding and good will among local Pagans/Heathens and between the Pagan/Heathen community and the general public is our goal. We’ve worked for over two decades to build and maintain a spiritual, educational, and social network based on our respect for each other and a deep reverence for Nature.
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