Cory Orr – Wednesday (July 29, 2015) (Might be another day) Cory Orr is a local musician performing all over Ontario. Last summer he quit his job as a cabinet maker so he could travel and play music. He spent two and a half months performing everywhere from the streets, beaches, festivals, cafes and bars! Currently
This is a guest post by Gypsy Birch about a project he is working on for Raven’s Knoll. How It Started A couple of months ago, sometime around mid-February, I was visiting Auz (Austin Lawrence) and the topic of archery came up. He mentioned to me that he and a few others had recently tried
Raven’s Knoll is a collective labour of love and a gift we give each other. The Knoll is a physical place that provides a special place that is a home for a number of Pagan and Heathen. It only exists because of volunteer effort. There are six work weekends schedule this year. The Stewards (Auz
My art has been commended as being strongly vaginal. Which bothers some men. The word itself makes some men uncomfortable. – Maude We have heard the Word, and it is “Abide.” The Raven’s Knoll congregation of the Church of the Latter-Day Dude and the Lost Dominion Screening Collective are holding our second annual tent revival
Van & Kettle is a weekend event at Raven’s Knoll for the present-day exploration of Victorian traveler caravans, cooking, and culture. Date: June 12 to 14, 2015 Cost: $45 per adult (tax incl.), regular camping fees for children. (Price includes samples provided by the cooking workshop. Pre-registration will open in May.) Dress: Comfortable camping clothes,
(In 2015 LebowskiCampFest will take place on the weekend of August 8th and 9th. In honour of Maude and her entourage the theme for the event will be Art is Strongly Vaginal. To learn about the program, please check out this other blog post.) Brothers and sisters! We have heard the Word, and it is “Abide.”
The theme for the Kaleidoscope Gathering in 2015 is “Bone Dance.” It is a theme that touches parts of the spiritual traditions and philosophies of a number of paths that cross at Raven’s Knoll, in the Pagan community. It is not a simple theme, and it may be challenging to explore in all its aspects.
There are many gatherings and events that take place at Raven’s Knoll. The Knoll is a home for the Pagans and Heathens, and allied spiritual folk. It is volunteers that put on these events. Remember, you can organize your own event at the Knoll. Beltaine Work Weekend – May 2 and 3, 2015 The first
Together we have built a place of magick and spirituality: Raven’s Knoll campground. Originally purchased due to the need to have a permanent place for Kaleidoscope Gathering, these 100+ acres have become much more. A place to dance, to drum, to sing. A place to be free. A place to venerate gods, spirits and ancestors.
The KornuKopia Gathering is a festival for Pagans, Heathens and their friends to celebrate the last bounty of the Summer and the Turning of the Wheel of the Year into Fall, honouring the Gods in mirth and reverence. This is the fifth time this Harvest celebration will be taking place. The festival features the ceremonial