Lughnasadh Class

Date

07-27-2024

Time

7:00 pm

Location

Crone's Hollow
3834 S Main Street

As the golden hues of summer envelop the land, the time-honored festival of Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh, emerges to mark the first fruits of the earth. This sacred celebration intertwines ancient roots with modern practices, captivating the imagination of witches and nature enthusiasts alike. 

Lammas, deriving from the Old English word meaning “loaf-mass,” has its roots in Anglo-Saxon England. Historically observed August 1-3rd, this festival signifies the beginning of the harvest season, when first harvest as done and loaves of bread were baked as offerings to the gods of agriculture and fertility.

Come join Dark Martha and Rebel Spells for a history of this ancient holiday, as well as a simple craft. 

Payment via Venmo or Square Invoice, email hello@darkmartha.com to receive an invoice and register.

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Organizer

Dark Martha
Email
hello@darkmartha.com
Website
https://www.darkmartha.com/