Pentacle Herb Drying Rack

Two days and three nights of education and fun!

The best tools, incense, potions and food can only be found by making it all yourself!

Learn how to create a wide variety of ritual tools, herbal brews (lip balm, infusions, ointments, lotions, extracts), incense (real sticks, smudge bundles and loose powder), easy cooking with foraged food and herbs for magic and health, and so much more. Fill your Witchy cupboards or start your own business with the skills you learn during this INTENSIVE weekend.

Come early and learn informally on Friday evening around the circle. 
Saturday is over 10 hours of intensive learning and hands-on practice, Sunday is another 5 hours of crafting!

Learn how to:

  • Grow, Harvest & Store Herbs
  • Make Incense Sticks & Powders
  • Make Lip Balm, Lotions, Ointments, Infusions, Extracts and more.
  • Make Magical Papers for spells & BOS, or seed papers for gardening and stationary.
  • Forage & Wildcraft Herbs
  • Make Runes, a Wand or a Staff
  • Culinary Enchantments, cooking for health and magic
  • Dye your own silk scarf for your tarot deck or ritual tools.

... and SO MUCH MORE!

All materials are provided.

Early Registration is OPEN NOW!

Ticket Prices for Early Registration are $145 (May 6-31)
After June 1st, Tickets are $195 (June 1-9)

ONLY 11 REGISTRANTS ALLOWED, reserve early. Registration closes on June 9th. Use the PayPal option at the bottom of this page to make your reservation. You do not need a PayPal account to use their services.

The location of this private sanctuary adjoining the Ouachita National Forest is disclosed only upon inquiry by those serious about attending.

Classes begin at 8:00 am on Saturday, but you may come early on Friday night to set up a tent if you prefer to camp out. Join us at the Friday evening campfire to sing (or learn) traditional songs, roast marshmallows and enjoy the beauty of the dark sky away from the cities. Clear skies provide a great opportunity for star gazing and identification while the moon is so close to her New phase.

Lunch provided Saturday. Light snacks available throughout Friday evening and all day Saturday.

Brunch Sunday, and then back to crafting until 3pm.

Camping is offered free for out-of-town guests who may not find lodging in the nearby area. Camping is primitive, no showers, rented port-a-potties.

Must be 18 years of age or older.
Must be able to take short walks on uneven terrain.
Please notify us early if you have dietary restrictions.

Please read the Camper's Guidebook for our venue here: 2018 Camper’s Guidebook

Every participant must fill out and sign the venue's required paperwork here: 2018 Campsite User Agreement and this 2018 Liability Waiver

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