Wheel of the Year: Samhain Wednesday, October 7, 2020 7 pm

The fields are bare, the leaves have fallen from the trees, and the skies are going gray and cold. It is the time of year when the earth has died and gone dormant. Annually on October 31, the sabbat called Samhain presents pagans with the opportunity to once more celebrate the cycle of death and rebirth.

In many pagan and Wiccan traditions, Samhain marks a chance to reconnect with our ancestors and honor those who've died. This is the period when the veil between the earthly world and the spirit realm is thin, allowing pagans to make contact with the dead. In this class I’ll be sharing folklore, spells, recipes, and more to celebrate the season. Join me to explore the myth and magick of Samhain.

This class is taught by Leslie Cape. Zoom link and handout materials will be emailed prior to the date of class. 

 

Wheel of the Year: Yule, the Winter Solstice Wed, December 2, 2020 

7 pm

 

For people of nearly any religious background, the winter solstice is a time to gather with loved ones. Pagans and Wiccans celebrate the solstice as the Yule season, which focuses on rebirth and renewal as the sun makes its way back to the earth.

Focus on this time of new beginnings with your magical workings. Welcome light and warmth into your home and embrace the fallow season of the earth. In this class I’ll be sharing folklore, spells, recipes, and more to celebrate the season. Join me to explore the myth and magick of Yule.

This class is taught by Leslie Cape. Zoom link and handout materials will be emailed prior to the date of class. 

 

Wheel of the Year: Imbolc Wed, January 6, 2021 7 pm

 

Observed during the frigid month of February, Imbolc reminds pagans that spring will come soon. During Imbolc, some people focus on the Celtic goddess Brigid, especially as a deity of fire and fertility. Others concentrate on the cycles of the season and agricultural markers.

Imbolc is a time to harness the magical energy related to the feminine aspects of the goddess, of new beginnings, and of fire. It's also a good season to focus on divination and increasing your own magical gifts and abilities. In this class I’ll be sharing folklore, spells, recipes, and more to celebrate the season. Join me to explore the myth and magick of Imbolc.

This class is taught by Leslie Cape. Zoom link and handout materials will be emailed prior to the date of class. 

 

Wheel of the Year: Ostara, the Spring Equinox Wed, March 3, 2020 

7 pm

 

Ostara is the time of the vernal equinox. Rituals usually observe the coming of spring and the fertility of the land. Pay attention to agricultural changes, such as the ground becoming warmer, and look for the plants to slowly surface from the ground. In this class I’ll be sharing folklore, spells, recipes, and more to celebrate the season. Join me to explore the myth and magick of Ostara, the Spring Equinox. 

This class is taught by Leslie Cape. Zoom link and handout materials will be emailed prior to the date of class. 

 

Astrology 101 3rd Thursday of the month, starting Thursday, November 19, 2020 7 pm (11/19, 12/17, 1/21, 2/18, 3/18, 4/15…)

 

Astrology is a vast subject, an ancient art that extends far beyond your personal horoscope, it is the science of finding connection between those of us on the Earth and the cosmos. The movement and positions of celestial bodies can have a profound impact in your life. There is knowledge and insight to be gained from understanding the patterns of the universe.

 

This class is designed for beginners in astrology. Each month we will be covering a different subject including the zodiac signs, the planets, the houses, reading natal charts, and much, much more. 

This class is taught by Leslie Cape. Zoom link and handout materials will be emailed prior to the date of class.