Maybe it is the climate, or seasonal competitiveness but Yule is BIG in Minnesota. A few early events have already happened last weekend. If you are looking for a Pagan Yule event this weekend, check out these events beginning Friday evening and continuing through Sunday. If you know of other public events, please add them as a comment!
2013 Winter Solstice Drum Jam
Friday, December 20, 2013
8:00pm until 1:00am
Doors open at 8pm. There will be spin toys for everyone to play with from 8-8:30 > Opening Ceremony begins at 8:30pm > fire dancing performances at 9, 10, 11 and 12 > and drumming throughout the night!This is a family friendly event. Suggested donation $5. Children 10 and younger are FREE.There will be a potluck so please bring food and/or drinks to share (something fitting for the holidays). If you bring something you are not required to pay the $5 entry, though it would still be appreciated :)Opening ceremony at 8:30pm which includes a meditation to help you connect with your inner light to assist you in manifesting your hearts desires (and better!) throughout the coming year.
Accepting donations that will be given to East Side Neighborhood Services.
Reclaiming Winter Solstice ritual
Saturday December 21, 2013
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Living Table United Church of Christ, 4001 38th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
Please join us as we celebrate this intention for the Winter:
Declaring we are not alone, we kindle our hearths’ Flame.
There will be a light potluck following the ritual and you are welcome to bring something to share with community. There is a small kitchen at the church. You do not have to bring a potluck item to attend the ritual and share in the feasting.
All are welcome, including children and folks from other traditions. Donations are also welcome, but please note that no one will be turned away for lack of funds. This is a sober event. We also invite you to refrain from the use of perfumes, lotions, and other scented products to ensure increased accessibility.
Harmony Tribe Yule
Celebrate the changes with Harmony Tribe
on December 21, 2013
Gather at 2 pm, ritual at 3 pm
Michael Servetus Unitarian Society, 6565 Oakley Drive Northeast, Fridley, MN 55432.
Feasting and camraderie to follow! All are welcome to attend; this is a FREE and very family friendly environment. Bring your family and a dish to pass. Ritual early in the day, early enough for those with other Yule obligations to attend.
2013 Wiccan Church of Minnesota (WiCOM) Public Yule (Winter Solstice)
“Hearth and Home as We Await the Sun“
|DATE||Saturday, December 21, 2013|
|TIME||6:30 p.m. Gather, 7:00 p.m. Ritual|
|Living Table UCC
4001 38th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Join us in a family-friendly ritual to commemorate the Holly King’s contributions and to celebrate the return of his counterpart, the Oak King.Bring a beverage and a dish to share for the feast, and we’ll lift a cup to the Sun.
Saturnalia Sabbat Open Ritual
|Saturday December 21, 2013|
|6:30 pm – 9:00 pm (GMT-06.00) Central Time (US & Canada)|
|Eye of Horus, 3012 Lyndale Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55408|
|Ritual 7-9:00pm Gather at 6:30 for setup Join Our Lady of Celestial Fire for this open circle celebration of the rebirth of the divine child. Any ritual garb may be worn. A potluck feast and fellowship to follow.This event is Free, but donations are appreciated to cover the costs.|
Winter Solstice Sound Healing Concert
Join Steve Sklar and Johnna Morrow for an evening of sonic exploration celebrating the Winter Solstice. An “inner adventure” intended to evoke and stimulate an enhanced sense of well-being, spiritual connectedness, healing, and meditative journeying. Tibetan singing bowls, didgeridoos, guitar, igil (Tuvan horsehead fiddle), voice, exotic flutes, drumming, throat-singing, sruti box, ehecatls and an amazing set of huge gongs. Special guest Brett Fehr will lead an opening invocation.
Admission is $15 in advance and suggested $20 donation at the door.
Saturday, Dec 21st 9:00pm to Sunday Dec 22nd 8:00am
Sacred fire circles are purposeful nights spent working through a personal alchemical process of burning off one’s dross to reveal the gold. It is a deliberate, intense and intent-full night of dancing, drumming, rattling, chanting, meditating, healing, and holding space in ritual mindset.
This event costs $21.00 per person, and pre-registration is required.
Winter Solstice gathering
Sunday, Dec. 22nd from 4-6 pm .
At the NEW Walker Church building–3104 16th Ave. S., Mpls.
Candles lit to celebrate the light in our lives and bless the growing power of the Sun.
Join with members of the Walker Community Church.
You are welcome to arrive between 3:30 and 4pm at the entrance circle with the fireplace. Candles and Cider will be provided.