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Ritual Update

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We still have problems getting volunteers for our open rituals, though thankfully some of the ones in 2020 have been promised. No one stepped forward to lead Imbolc for TAWN, and the sabbat is rapidly approaching. Several covens are doing private rites on 2/1 and SAZCUUPS public one is the same date. As I strongly feel that TAWN should offer SOMETHING I have decided to do Imbolc for TAWN on Sunday, Feb 2nd at noon, at Kennedy Park (Mission/Ajo). I will update the location, likely just north of the library on the corner, within a couple of days.

We still need someone for Ostara/Spring Equinox, though I have had some tentative inquiries. Hearths Gate Coven will do Beltane again, complete with Maypole. Desert Henge Coven has agreed to lead Litha. Lammas/Lughnassadh still needs a volunteer. Patrick and I have agreed to lead the ritual at Fall Fest on Sept 19th.


Ritual leaders needed for 2020!

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We are still needing volunteers to lead public rituals in 2020. Thanks to Desert Henge coven for a meaningful and musical Yule celebration, but Imbolc/Bride is less than 2 months away. Please consider stepping forward to lead that, or a subsequent rite, in the new year. Any Pagan or Heathen tradition is welcome, coven or individual. You could also lead another type of ritual important to you: Full Moon or another holiday significant to your tradition. Time and place is your choice. Contact ritual coordinator Carol at home at 520-883-4444, my cell 520-883-4411 or at .

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Yule Ritual December Friday the 13th

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Come and kick off the Yuletide season and jump the bonfire with Desert Henge Coven as we celebrate the birth of the Sun God at our Winter Solstice public ritual. Our Celtic ancestors celebrated the rebirth of the Oak King, the Sun King, the Giver of Life with the passing of the dark half of the year and look towards the light as the sun climbs just a little higher and stays a little longer each day. Dress festive and warm! Please gather at Himmel Park, the grove of pine near the library at 6:30pm for our 7pm start time. We will be collecting donations of non-perishable food items for the food bank OR an unwrapped toy for the refugee center so the joy of the season can be shared with those in need. We thank you in advance for your presence. A small feast of fruits, treats and spiced cider will be provided. Blessed Be!

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Samhain Ritual 10/26/19

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The TAWN Samhain rite is being held on Saturday October 26th, starting at 5:30 PM, at Lakeside Park (on Stella just east of Pantano) Ramada 1. Plan to arrive by 5:00! The ritual will be led by Patrick and his wife Deborah. Come join us to honor our dead and usher in our new year. Bring a memento for the Remembrance Altar if desired. There will be a potluck feast after the ritual, so please bring something to share.

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Raya to do Lammas

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Raya, aka April, has offered to lead Lammas for TAWN on Sunday, August 4th, gathering at 5:30PM. Ritual will start promptly at 6 at the base of Hippie Hill, near the tennis court. Please join us to celebrate the first harvest.

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Desert Henge to Lead Yule Rite

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Desert Henge, our British Traditional coven led by priestess Shea Hermes, has volunteered to lead a Yule ritual this year. Details to follow. With Patrick doing Samhain that leaves Lammas (or Lughnasadh), and Mabon to be covered for 2019. Please let me know if you are interested! And, of course, there is all of 2020 if you have a favorite holiday. Any Nature-based traditions are welcome to lead these, or other, public rites. Contact Carol Garr, ritual coordinator: or 520-883-4444.

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2019 Fall Festival Vendor Information

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Saturday, September 21st, 2019, 9am – 5pm

Unitarian Universalist Church, 4831 E 22nd Street, Tucson AZ 85711

We invite you and your organization to participate as a vendor at the TAWN Fall Festival 2019. Set-up begins Saturday at 7:00am and must be complete by 9:00am; Fall Festival 2019 officially starts at 9:00am and ends at 5:00pm. Tear-down starts at 5:00pm and must be complete by 5:50pm. A TAWN volunteer will remind you of this around 4:15 and/or 4:30. Please be prompt in packing up so that our volunteers can clean the area and attend the Fall Equinox ritual which starts at 6:00pm. The site closes at approximately at 7:30pm.

Booth Information:

The following are the booth fees for TAWN Fall Festival 2019.

-For a nonprofit Information space: $5

-For a regular (10’ by 10’) Vendor space: $10

-For a larger (up to 10’ by 20’) Vendor space: $15

The vendor will specify the size of space requested with the default being the 10 x 10 space. If you would like more than the 10 x 20 space, contact the Festival Coordinator. The usage of the electric power which is available in many areas in and near the church buildings is under the direction of TAWN. TAWN will try to honor vendor requests but cannot guarantee to do so. Vendor space will be assigned by the order in which TAWN receives vendor applications. All decisions by the Vendor Coordinator are final and will be supported by the Board.

Item Donation:

Silent auctions are a major fund-raiser for TAWN. Most of our vendors contribute an item valued at $50.00 or more to these fund-raising activities. TAWN displays the name of the vendor and, if provided, their business card next to the item when it is offered for raffle or auction. The vendor application form includes a space to fill in what item(s) you will be donating. The item may also be donated in person at the event. TAWN is a 501(c)3 organization and tax receipts are available for all donations.



For information about licenses:

Additional Information:

Vendors must follow Federal, State, and Tucson City laws and ordinances. TAWN bylaws and Tucson city ordinances prohibit nudity, illegal drugs, and alcohol at the event. Violators will be requested to leave and/or be turned over to the Tucson Police Department. TAWN believes that one of the keys to a successful event is for everyone involved – members, vendors, participants, guests, and visitors- to treat each other with courtesy and respect. Any inconsiderate behavior, including racial or religious slurs, will not be tolerated. Any disruptive and/or offensive behavior can result in the suspension of your vendor privileges without refund or recourse, and may also result in removal from the event. All vendor vehicles must be in the parking spaces during the official festival time. Vehicles parked inappropriately or in reserved spaces may be towed at owner expense. Certain vehicles are permitted to be used as selling venues if arranged in advance with TAWN. TAWN is not responsible for lost, delayed, or misdirected mail.

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TAWN 2019 Fall Festival Registration Form

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Complete and return this form with a copy of current City of Tucson business license to:




Name of company/organization:  ___________________________________________

Name of contact person:  ___________________________________________________

Mailing address:  ___________________________________________________________

City, State, and Zip Code:  ___________________________________________________

Phone number(s):  __________________________________________________________

Email address (optional but preferred):  ____________________________________

Type of items sold or information given:  ___________________________________


Enclose your check or money order made out to TAWN, or pay online w/PayPal.

Booth type (chose one):

Information: $5 fee ☐

Vendor Regular (10’ x 10’): $10 fee ☐

Vendor Large (up to 10’ x 20’): $15 fee ☐

Vendor Other size or Food Truck: $ to be determined ☐


            Other Size of Booth Space: ___________________________________________

            Food Truck Space Size: _______________________________________________

            Preference of Inside or Outside: ______________________________________

            Other Special Requests (electricity, etc.): _____________________________


A donation to our auction of an item valued at $50 or more will greatly assist in funding future TAWN Festivals. 501(C)3 tax receipts provided. An optional monetary donation at the end of the event of whatever amount merchants feel is appropriate will also be appreciated.

Description of item(s) being donated: _______________________________________


I/We agree to the requirements referred to in the Fall Festival Vendor Information package.

Printed Name: ______________________________________________________________

Signature: ___________________________________________________________________

Incorrect applications may be returned to the applicant for correction. All vendors are liable for any actions they undertake and any damages they might cause at the Fall Festival 2019 event.


Ritual Leaders Needed!!!

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We are still in need of volunteers to lead rituals for most of the Sabbats in 2019. Patrick Campion has graciously agreed to do Samhain, but no others are spoken for. Litha/Summer Solstice is barely a month away. Come on, people. You like to attend these, so please step up. Any traditions welcome. Coven, Grove, Kindred, or Solitary doesn’t matter. You pick the date, time, and place.

Sincere thanks to Hearths Gate Coven for the enjoyable Beltane, complete with Maypole dance.