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  • Writer's picturePatrick Archambeau

Alban Hefin

I am still feeling the pulse of Bealtinne even as snow is possible in the forecast. All of our trees have leaves coming out and the flowers are beautiful. Our sparrows and grackles have produced one clutch already. The kingbirds are back and chattering way up in the top of the mother maple. There have been some hot days. And we enjoyed a bonfire while observing the full blood moons eclipse. I set up a breaching charm to reach out to the good mothers and our fine otherworld neighbors. Alban Hefin is a big ceremony for us with folks staying overnight and trying to do a sleepfast. We hold 4 separate ceremonies throughout the evening, night and the next morning. Contests, great food and drink and a bonfire that flames into the night, all night. Sound fun? Call or message us to join us.

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