Equinox invite for druid celebration
Auckland has its ‘Druid of Devonport’ but did you know that Porirua, well Pukerua Bay, has its very own Druids?
Named the ‘‘Grove of The Summer Stars’’ it has over 30 members who celebrate the eight seasonal festivals in the beautiful bushcovered hills of Pukerua Bay.
The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids is an international order with it’s home base in the UK but with members all over the world.
The Pukerua Bay Druids are aware they have many good neighbours who probably know very little about either Druidry or ‘The Woolshed’ so are throwing open their doors.
Curious members of the community are invited to celebrate the Spring Equinox with them this year on Sunday 25th September at 11am.
The druids want the public to head along, bring the family, and find out more about Druid tradition and their modern day practices.
They invite newcomers to bring their songs, stories, poems, music, dances and insights, appropriate to the season, to contribute to creating the special ceremony.
They ask people to also bring a ‘pot luck’ contribution for the lunchtime feast.
‘The Woolshed’, 144 Muri Road, is along Muri Road, turn right at the old station towards Melody Farm, keep going until you come to a large wooden ‘The Woolshed’ sign at the gate and drive on to the car park.
For more information or to RSVP contact Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out the website www.thewoolshedretreats.co.nz.