Hecate movie credit: Lithia Brigan. Song by Ruth Barrett, on The Year Is A Dancing Woman, vol. 2.
Concert Dates and Information Will Be Added As They Are Confirmed
BIG MOUTH GIRL - CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
July 21 - 26
Big Mouth Girl is a gathering for womyn and girls. It is participant driven, and is being organized by Nedra Johnson and friends.
Full Moon Weekend in August near Portland, OR
July 30th - August 2nd - Cancelled for 2020
Join us for Full Moon weekend, August 19-21, 2021
We will be facilitating the opening and closing ceremonies, giving workshops, vending, and Ruth will be giving a concert. For detail and to register go to: www.oregaia.com
BACK TO THE BONES
A CONCERT FOR THE SEASON OF HALLOWEEN
Ruth Barrett (mountain dulcimer and voice) with Rachel Alexander (cello and recorders) and Pele Yemaya (percussion)
date and location in Lansing, MI TBA.
Join us for an entertaining and informative concert program of traditional Celtic and original folk music and lore, poetry and song, celebrating the holiday and season of Samhain (All Hallows Eve). Halloween, is the closing of the agricultural year of northern Europe. In earlier times and continuing today are customs of veneration of departed ancestors and beloved dead, remembering the victims of the witchcraft persecutions, divination for the New Year, and preparations for the arrival of Winter.
October 29th- November 1st,
Angeles Oaks, CA
DAUGHTERS OF DIANA GATHERING
Rituals, Workshops, Music, and Vending!
SPIRIT OF SOLSTICE CONCERT
In Celebration of the Winter Goddesses
This special seasonal concert will held at The Robin Theatre in Lansing, MI on either Dec. 19th or 20th. The exact date will be confirmed asap.
7pm - 8:30pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
Tickets are $15 in advance. A link will be posted as it gets closer. Accessible.
The Robin Theater is located at
1105 S. Washington Ave., Lansing, MI
Ruth Barrett in concert (mountain dulcimer and voice) with Rachel Alexander (cello) and Pele Yemaya (percussion)
Join us for a magical evening program of seasonal Celtic and original folk music and lore, poetry and song celebrating the Goddesses of Winter. Winter Solstice marks the conception of the solar cycle inviting us to come into resonance with the rebirth of Spirit within the land and her people while the Earth rests and waits for renewal in its time. For our ancestors and still today, Solstice is a time of faith and hope, of drawing together in the darkness for comfort and support, to strengthen our inner light, and to vision together for a year of peace, healing, prosperity, and joy for all.