The Beltane Fires have risen and flourished. The Wheel now moves on, into warmer, brighter days. Where will you be come the longest day of the year?
Midsummer at The Cove is a full weekend of Earth-Centered spirituality and fun held in beautiful Gore, Virginia (right near Winchester, just an 80 minute drive from Washington, D.C.). Participants enjoy rituals, workshops, live music, drumming, dancing and so much more, all in an open, accepting, family-friendly environment. Our retreat attracts people from all backgrounds, orientations and walks of life. The only thing we ask is that you have an open mind and be nonjudgmental. The Cove Campground offers swimming, hiking, fishing, hot showers and more. Leashed, well-behaved pets are welcome and a fishing license is not required since The Cove is privately owned. You are welcome to bring your own boat. Please note that The Cove does not allow gasoline motors and there is a personal boat launch fee of $10.00 per day.
The best part? Midsummer at the Cove has some of the lowest rates for festival admission in the region. We’ll even work with you on group rates if you’re bringing a lot of people—just drop us a line.
Featured events this year:
*TWO workshops and an open Q&A with Keynote Speaker Dorothy Morrison
*A mead competition
*Live music by Cassandra Syndrome, The Dreamscapes Project, Matthew Buchanan, The Mathers Creek Band and Imakhu
*Workshops, workshops, workshops!!! Sacred Bellydance, Mead Making, Qigong, Pagan Publishing, Hypnosis, Property Warding, Metal Casting, Hellenismos, Money Magick….new workshops are still being added to the roster!
*Rituals in three different Traditions of Witchcraft!
*Kicking drum circles and dancing
*Awesome vendors (still taking applications—just visit the website)
Never been to a festival? Not sure what to pack? We can even help you there—just visit the ‘About’ page on our website.
Visit http://www.shenandoahmidsummer.com for more information, contact info and preregistration.
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