Spring Equinox Celebration
Wednesday, March 20
$50 Early Bird through March 10
$65 Last Minute March 11-20
March 20, 2019 will be the first Spring Equinox Celebration hosted by Historic Rosedale. This time honored ritual has transpired in many ways for thousands of years around the globe. During the equinox, the sun crosses the celestial equator and makes day and night almost equal length. This event has been marked by many different cultures in a variety of ways. The spring equinox is especially important as it symbolizes renewal and rebirth. This celebration will focus on rituals of the Native American Cherokee tribe.
Led by Reiki Master and Cherokee Shaman descendant Faye Wright, the ceremony will honor the four directions, heaven and earth. The evening will include an intimate session (no more than 12 participants) on how to cleanse yourself and your personal space with sage through the art of “smudging.” Participants will conduct an actual celebration ritual of cleansing and renewal for the approaching spring season. A connection between the heavens and earth, and grounding participants for their greater purpose in the cosmos is part of this unique celebration. Each participant will leave with some blessed sage for their future use.
Whether you think of it as a way to be grounded for a new season, the start of spring, an opportunity for cleansing, or just to participate in a unique ceremony on this special day of the year; it is certainly a celebration of the season. Come cleanse and balance spiritual, seasonal, emotional and physical energies with Faye!
We encourage you to purchase your reservation early, we expect a sell out. Advance reservations required, no payments can be accepted at the door.
Celebration starts at 7pm. Please arrive no later than 6:40.
PLEASE NOTE: Gate closes at 6:45.
*Event Rain or shine, no refunds.
(In case of rain this will take place in the blacksmith shop)