FallFling 2017 Schedule

(UPDATED 10-9-17)

Do you want to volunteer to teach a class or lead a ritual? (Leading a class or ritual counts as part of your community service to the festival, and does not grant you free admission - sorry!). Please see Class or Ritual Volunteer Form to volunteer.



(Thurs, 6:00 pm)
Madeline's Trading Blanket - MCd by Trillium
Bring items you no longer need or use and join us on the Trading Blanket! Anything legal may be traded - books, ritual items, jewelry, clothing...you name it, someone might want to trade for it! Do you do tarot readings or massages? Are you willing to help someone pack up their campsite? Your services can be traded! 2 hours.


(Fri, 1:00 pm) - OPEN

(Fri, 3:00 pm)
LIVE MUSIC - by A Nebulous Singularity (Master Bates with Cat Hair)
Enjoy our musical renderings from all genres... our Hallowed treat themed as the spooky, haunting, and creepy, just like every other show.

(Fri, 4:00 pm)
Show and Tell - by Kayli
Come "show" yourself and "tell" us about your path, experiences, and any other bits of personal information you might want to share with the community. This will be an informal discussion, with attendees surrounding the moderator in a circle. So, come, meet, and learn about your fellow pagans. Who knows, you might even make a friend or two if you're not careful! 2 hours.

(Fri, 6:00 pm)
Dance Meditation - by Krys
Wake up your body and spirit. An opening sequence of breath-based movements help you find your center and open up a dialogue with your body. Great for relaxation and/or pain relief. No experience necessary. No judgment. Move within your limits or push your boundaries. NO SPECTATORS! Bring a blanket or mat or chair that you can wiggle around in. Bring some water and journal too. 1 hour.

(Fri, 7:00 pm)
Handfasting of & Tevra An Ghra (Carie) & Daividh A Lighiche (David)
Please join us in celebrating the joining of these two souls by Aiden Jade. The ceremony will take place on Monument Rock.

(Fri, 8:00 pm) OPENING RITUAL: Once Upon A Time: The Beginning of Your Story - by Saleena
Come and begin your journey with a story. We will be telling the greatest story in the world- YOURS! Ritual will have a play, story time and be the first step into welcoming you into the land and starting you on the journey of writing your story! Ritual will meet between the parking area and vendors row. Feel free to wear costumes, bring chairs and your favorite notebook to document your journey! Be prepared to have a good time. Suggested meditation is about your beginning. If today was the start of your story, how would you like it to go? What things could you do to help your story progress? What help do you need, what can you focus on? How can you manifest your needs? What is going to be your story?.

(Fri, 9:00 pm)
Adult/Kid Trick-or-Treat
Join us as we walk (stagger) from camp to camp with our cups, receiving libations and yummy treats! All are welcome to participate, including kids (must be 21+ to receive adult beverages - bring your ID!). Costumes are encouraged! Camps: Decorate your camp, have some sort of light or something to denote that you are "open for business," and have things to offer both adults and children, such as chocolates, candy, snacks, lemonade for minors, wine, margaritas, etc. Trick-or-Treaters: Bring your own cup (and ID) and a bag for goodies, and bring a flashlight and/or wear something lighted so you can find your way and others can see you (it's dark out there!). What if you want to do BOTH - offer treats and walk around? Simple! Take turns with camp-mates, or just walk around with the group until you get to your camp, then offer your own goodies to the trick-or-treaters. 1 hour. Meet at the main fire at the top of the hill.

(Fri, 10:00 pm) DRUM CIRCLE


(Sat, 9:00 am)
Handfasting of Kennah & Christopher
Kennah Pursley and Christopher Foster will be united together by LeePhether and Nion. Please join us for the ceremony and wedding cake, in the pavilion.

(Sat, 10:00 am)
Beginner's Yoga for Old Fat Folks - by Capt'n Craig
Are you old? Are you fat? Think you can't do yoga? Hah! Don't be afraid - learn from an expert. :) 1 hour, on one of the rocks.

(Sat, 11:00 am)
Spiritual Permaculture - by Brian Tant
Permaculture is a landscape design methodology that applies principles from nature and takes into account such things as how indigenous people used the land; how water, fire and wind flow through the land; and how soil, water, vegetation, buildings habitats can be managed in a stable and enduring way. How does this mesh with Pagan spiritual practices? Bring an open mind and find out! 2 hours.

(Sat, 12:00 pm)
Church of the Spiral Tree Board of Directors' Meeting
All paid CST members are welcome to attend in a non-voting capacity.

(Sat, 1:00 pm)
Hit It On the 1/Drum Circles - by Krys
Fire provides the center for our community to gather around. Heartbeats provide the rhythm and our breath and body move energy. Music, storytelling, laughter and crying can all happen in one night. How do we create a space for this to happen? Why do we gather? What do we want from it and what do we bring to it? Let's talk about it. Let's breathe and move together. Let's all learn to "hit it on the 1" and set ourselves up for a successful drum circle later in the evening. Bring yourself, a friend, a chair, an instrument (hint: feet and hands count), an open heart and open mind. Water and snacks would be good too. We're going to be together for a minute and you might get thirsty or hungry and it would be great if everyone stuck together for the whole class. And remember, sharing is caring. 2 hours

(Sat, 2:00 pm)
Time to Paint & Drink - by Seraphyne nicGaia
Time to get those creative juices flowing once again at Fall Fling! Come enjoy relaxation and painting! Cardboard as Canvas, Paints, and Paintbrushes will be provided, just bring your own drinks! Kid friendly! Come show Roxanna how she makes YOU feel through painting! Limited to 30 participants. 1.5 hours.

(Sat, 3:30 pm)
Ye Ol' Pagan Sing-Along - by Trillium
Come join us for a Pagan sing-along. Singing is a great way to raise energy, change your mood, or just connect with your deities and community. We had so much fun at Moondance, we decided to do it again! No special skills are required, just a willingness to join in. I will have song sheets with some pagan favourites that we can learn and sing, but please feel free to bring your favourite pagan song to share as well. Depending on how confident we're feeling, we may even attempt some rounds and/or two-part harmonies. 1.5 hours.

(Sat, 5:00 pm) Start cooking (at your campsite) for potluck!

(Sat, 6:00 pm) POTLUCK
If your last name starts with: A-D, bring appetizers, salads, cheeses, or breads; E-M, bring meat dishes; N-T, bring desserts; or U-Z, bring veggie dishes. BRING SERVING UTENSILS!

(Sat, 7:30 pm) MAIN RITUAL - by Trillium

(Sat, 9:00 pm)
Hookah Lounge/Open Mic - Hosted by Beth W.
A chill night full of sharing talents, shisha, and laughter! This is a participatory event; please help by bringing something! Items needed: Hookahs, shisha, coals, tips; blankets, pillows, and sheets (they can be old, but please wash them prior); tarps or plastic for under blankets; small tables/stands; dangly decorations and tapestries. Volunteers to help with setup and cleanup needed also! Guidelines: If you bring a hookah, please be willing to share. If you don't have one, make sure you are respectful of others' property, and ASK before assuming someone does want to share. If you have children or pets, please keep a close eye on them, as there will be hot coals around, and we would hate to see someone get hurt. Performers: you can perform anything! 2 hours, in the pavilion.

(Sat, 10:00 pm) DRUM CIRCLE


(Sun, 9:00 am) GIVE-AWAY
The Give Away will act as our closing ceremony. Please bring something that is special to you, or has brought something good to you, that you are now ready to pass on to someone else. This gift doesn't have to be something physical; it can be an offer of help or service. Once something is given away, all strings to that gift are broken; the gift is given with no expectations. Each person will take a turn to talk about their item and its meaning, then place it on the blanket. Once all items are laid down, if you see something that speaks to you, and no one else wants it, you may take it. 30 minutes.