Time & Location
Jul 29, 2022, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Dayton, 400 Linden Ave Suite 245, Dayton, OH 45403, USA
About the Event
Join us in the Temple for an evening celebrating Lammas (Lughnasadh) a celebration for the first of the three harvests! A day to reap what we’ve sown, Lammas is a time to rest before the heavy work days ensue for the remainder of our harvest!
-Dine by candlelight enjoying sun-soaked fruits, veggies, honey mead, and fresh-baked bread. You are welcome to bring a side dish, dessert and/or beverage. Coffee, water, and tea provided.
-Share stories in circle
-Light the fire of our manifestations with spell work
-Make and take a corn doll
-Rebuild our seasonal altar in our shared altar room
Lughnasadh (Lammas) is one of the four main celebrations according to the Celtic wheel of the year, along with Imbolc (Feb 1-2,) Beltane (May 1-2,) and Samhain (October 31-November 2.) This is anchored by the four cross-quarter seasonal celebrations of Ostara (February 1-2) Litha (June 19-22,) Mabon (September 19-22,) and Yule (December 19-22.)
Each festival is in honor of an important aspect of the season, and Lammas is in honor of our hard work of the season!
Whether you are in or out of the Broom Closet, this gathering is for you!
This offering is intended for all individuals - guys, gals, in-betweens, and all other pals.