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The Wilderness Between Winter/Spring 2024 Newsletter

Happy New Year!  May your hearth keep you warm through the cold winter months.


Event Announcements


Wilderness Between 

The finalized details on all WB events are on Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/wilderness-between/events/

Note that events may not be posted as of this newsletter as locations and times are being finalized by event organizers.

The next Planning Council Meeting for Apr-Jun events will be held on March 15, 2024.


In keeping with the spirit of growth and our purpose as a collective organization, we would like to hear from members who have skills they would like to share or events they would like to lead. If you feel called to do so, please visit the new page on our website and fill out the form here:


New Year’s Hike

Mon, Jan 1 · 2:00 PM

Seneca Creek State Park


Book Group: Starhawk’s The Earth Path

Sun, Jan 14 · 6:30 PM

Virtual


Imbolc Hike

Sat, Feb 10 · Time TBD

Riverbend Park (tentative)


Meeting the Trees - Yew

Sun, Feb 4 · 11:00 AM

National Arboretum


Bone Walk

Sat, Feb 17 or Sun, Feb 18 · Time TBD

Location TBD


Ostara with Firefly House

Time/Date TBD

Lake Accotink Park (tentative)


Druid Practices Discussion Groups

4th Sunday of the month · 7:30 PM

Virtual


Twilight Walks

Time/Dates TBD

Local DC metro area parks


Friends of WB 

AODA Apprentice Grade Monthly Chat

Sun Jan 7 · 8:00 PM

See AODA Discord or Forum for link


Stone Circle Council LGBTQ+ Pride Circle

Wed Jan 24 7:30 PM


Frederick CUUPS Imbolc Ritual

Sat Feb 3 · 7:00 PM


Frederick CUUPS Ostara Ritual

Sat Mar 16 · 7:00 PM



Virtual Bardic Circle


Sunset over the PA Grand Canyon














Meet a Steward


Marybeth

Marybeth is a devotional polytheist whose spiritual practices emphasize honoring her deities, mysticism, contemplation, and nature reverence. She has been a practicing Pagan of some kind or another since about 2005.  She has a near-obsessive love of books, and a strong passion for earth-based skills that immerse her in nature and allow her to live a little more lightly on the earth, including foraging, gardening, and various crafts like spinning, weaving, knitting, and natural dyeing.


Links:


Contact Juno and Caitlin via Meetup or Discord if you have something you would like to share with the community and we will include it in the next newsletter.


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