TAWN T-shirts are now available for sale at the Cauldronlucks. TAWN logo T-shirts are now only $10. TAWN yearly T-shirts are $5. See you at the next Cauldronluck, 2nd Sunday of the month at La Madera park, 2700 E. La Madera Drive.
Sizes Available: as of 1/12
TAWN LOGO: 3XL-4, 2XL-6, L-4, M-4, S-5, 3XL/V-2, L/V-4, M/V-1, S/V-2
2017 Always Something Brewing: 2XL-4, XL-5, M-4
2015 (The pagan symbols one): 2XL-3, XL-9, L-5, M-3, S-1, child S-1
2014 Between the Worlds: LS-3, M-1
2013 Walk Talk/Strut Stuff/ Be Seen: XL-3
2011 Bringing Elements Together: YM-1, YM-1
2006 Celebrating Our Diversity: YL-1 blue, YS-2 rust & 2 teal
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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