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2015 Samhain at Annwfn

Samhain Moon

November 6th-8th, 2015
Samhain at Annwfn

Suggested donation: $20 for one day - $60 for the whole weekend

This is fundraiser to protect & upkeep this sanctuary.

No one will be turned away due to lack of funds

This year the Samhain ritual will be done by our May Royalty, Queen Elizabeth and King Fox.

The schedule of events includes:

Friday night:

Registration in front of Goat Lodge (on arrival)

Bardic Circle


11:00 a.m. - Pumpkin carving contest (bring your own pumpkin and

we will provide tools and patterns for pumpkin art)

6:00 p.m. - Samhain Potluck Feast and Dumb Supper (please bring a dish - Annwfn will provide a roast)

Samhain ritual by May Royalty (TBD)


Cleanup and end of festival


  • Saturday night potluck will be provided by Annwyn and Samhain guests. Annwyn will provide a roast. All other meals are to be provided by guests. Please bring vegetables for Stone Soup which will be available all weekend and is free to all attendees.
  • We have very little water so please bring water for drinking and washing your dishes. Please do not use shower as we have very limited water.
  • We have a strict policy of not allowing any methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and the like. Anyone found under the influence or in possession of these drugs will be invited to leave and will not be invited back. This is Sacred Space, please respect the land, all attendees and our Samhain celebration by not bringing any of these drugs to Annwyn. We are very serious about this.
  • Presently, we are not allowing any fires at Annwyn and Greenfield Ranch Association also does not allow fires right now due to the severe dryness of the land. It only takes one spark to ignite a fire and the Lake County fire was too close for comfort and is fresh in everyone's minds here so this policy is simply common sense.

All of the above policies are for everyone's protection and safety. We want everyone to have a good time without having any tragedies happen.

Samhain is a festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the "darker half" of the year. Samhain was seen as a liminal time, when spirits or fairies could more easily come into our world.

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