Druids of Caledon’s Public Festival of Midsummer
Join the Druids of Caledon at Rouken Glen Park for their public festival celebrating Midsummer on Sunday 24th June!
About Druids of Caledon’s Public Festival of Midsummer
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Everyone welcome to come join in with the DOC for their Public Festival in the Wheel of the Seasons.
Bringing Druidry to the Public of the Festival of Midsummer. Alban Hefin The Power of the Oak King will be with us and Blessing all.
Meeting around 11/12 noon at the 13 Maidens Tree Circle up by the Waterfall.
Ceremony beginning at 1pm. But come earlier to help set up and meet old and new friends and some chat. Drumming in the Ancestors at 12 followed by the Ceremony at 1pm. So bring your drum and join in and awaken the Spirits of Place. Come earlier if you can.
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