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Our Return to the Land!
A Members and Guests Weekend
Friday April 28th -Sunday, April 30th, 2017

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Real People, Real Traditions, Real Community.
Beltaine is about Spring, It's about Family.
It's for Babies and Children, Maid and Gallants.
Our Aunts, Uncles, Mothers and Fathers.
Elders and Ancestors.
Our joyous journey through the Wheel of the Year
...and the Web of Life.

 "Now the green blade riseth, from the buried grain;
Wheat that in dark earth, many days has lain..."

Join us for our annual homecoming and celebration of the Delights of Spring

It’s Beltaine at Four Quarters! A Weekend of Renewal !

Time for the season of hibernation to end, and the season of joyous activity and growth to begin! Come and see the Land in its springtime splendor, bedecked in a blanket of wildflowers and budding trees, with every morning borne on the music of songbirds. Greet the tribemates you haven’t seen all winter, and bring new friends to learn what Four Quarters is all about!

MayPoleDanceIn addition to all your gear and springtime finery, please bring flowers to share for the Beltaine workshops and ceremonies. We want to the see the beauty of flowers everywhere we turn, so, if you would, pick up a grocery store bouquet or two on your way, and drop them off at the buckets by the Coffee Dragons.

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Your questions are welcome!

Our In Camp Domitory is available!
Rooms have double beds,
blankets and pillows; Bunks have fitted sheets.
During events rooms and bunks are bundled with meal plans and are booked for
the duration of the event; you must call the office for reservations.

Registration Information:
Pre-Registration Deadline is April 23rd.
Member's Pre Registration: $50
Guest Pre-Registraion: $70
Guest Saturday Arrival: $60

Children Under 16 are Loved, Cherished, and Free!
Saturday's Beltaine Feast is free for all attending.

Beltaine Meal Plan by the Starvin' Artist Cafe!
3 meals and the feast, Friday Dinner-Sunday Brunch.
Omnivore and Herbivore options available.
Pre-Registration required, $33/person.

As Always you are welcome to arrive before Friday and stay after Sunday. Early-In, Late-Out Camping $5/night for Members, $10/night for guests!


Last year's 2016 Schedule -- 2017's Schedule coming soon!

10 am: Herb Day Intensive with Jillian Carnrick
1pm: Cleaning and Blessing of the Labyrinth with Stillwater
3pm: Crafternoon at the Coffee Dragons -- all are welcome even if you forgot your crafts at home. We’ll aslo be cutting ribbons for Saturday’s ceremony kids are welcome too! with Drew Bogda
3:30: Herb walk with Jillian Carnrick
4pm: Preparing the Fire Circle with the Bracers at the Fire Circle
4pm: Cleaning and blessing of the Faerie Cairn with Blinx
5pm: Cleaning and blessing of the Fox Altar with Skramma
6pm: Meal Plan Dinner at the Dinning Pavillion
7pm: Kids Track - Story Time at the Coffee Dragons with Kate
7:30: Mini Choir Rehersal at Bardic Circle
8pm: At the Ringing of the Church Bell - First Fire Ritual at The Fire Circle.  An act of service by the Order of the Bracers.
Followed by: Drumming and Dancing to the Stars
10 pm : Opening and blessing of the Bardic Circle.  An act of service By the Stone Singers.

8am: T’ai Chi - Stone Circle - led by Kurt Griffin
8am: Walk with Herbs meet at Dinning Pavilion - Jillian Carnrick
9 - 9:45am: Meal PlanBreakfast at the Dinning Pavillion
10 - 11am: Drum and Chant for Ritual and Ceremony with Kurt Griffith / Talking Stone

10am- 10:30am:  Morning Self-Care Routine with Gevevieve Wallis.
10am-11am: Meet and Greet Team Eco with  Join Jammie Kikel and JoAnn Bachteller
11am-12pm: Annual Members Meeting
12- 2 pm Drop In Workshops
        1. Ribbons and Wreath Making for the Maypole dance with Dozer and Robin Woodruff
        2. Ancestor Rocks - Honor your ancestors!  with Sophia Shultz
        3. Flower Bombs - Save the Honey Bees… come make flower bombs and spread cheer... with BRiTE (Honeybee, Jason, Dozer, Blinx and Tonina)
        4. Children Games provided by The Farm Faeries - in the Green
1pm: Ladies Tea Party with Ivy. Bring your best hat!
2-4pm “Elemental Awakening” a sacred tale of Gaia’s New Garb and Pan’s call to Festivity, Fecundity and Fabulosity! Led By The Farm Faeries and Refuge Camp
Followed by the Dancing & Raising of the May Pole in the Green - led by Hershal and Deborah
Children are asked to participate by blowing bubbles around the dancers bubbles will be provided.  
5pm: The Beltaine Feast
Followed by the Silly auction  
8pm: Beltaine Main Ceremony Act of Service by Tony and Ayla in the fire circle
Followed by: A Drum Circle to the Stars!!!

8am: T’ai Chi - Stone Circle - led by Kurt Griffin
8am: Walk with the Herbs -Dinning Pavillion - Jillian Carnrick
9am: Children Stone Crew meeting at the Seed stone in the Meadow -led by Corriander Woodruff
10am: Meal Plan Sunday Brunch at the Dinning Pavillion
11am: The Raising of the Seed Stone - Act of Service of the Kids Tribe - Led by Corriander Woodruff
Followed by Closing in service Ritual Jolly Rodger and SCW


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