The Wicca – Lady Morrigu of Ravenwood

An introductory class for beginners or those wanting information on the Craft focusing on the spiritual aspects of who we are, what we do and believe.

Lady Morrigu has been a Craft Practitioner for over two decades in the Atlanta area. She is a member and teacher of the Ravenwood Tradition.

Crystal Basics – Finding Balance in a Chaotic World – Lady Eanna Sofya, 2nd degree Priestess of Myst of the Wildwood

We will explore crystals that help to keep the Mind, Body, and Spirit balanced on a day to day basis.

The Art of Sigil Witchery – Laura Tempest Zakroff

Sigils are magical symbols that are designed to influence ourselves and the world around us. Explore a fresh, innovative and intuitive approach to crafting your own designs. Tracing through history, art, and culture, we’ll look at the basic elements that make up all symbols, consider meanings, and see how to safely and respectfully incorporate them into your own personal practice. Bring a writing implement and notebook.

Laura Tempest Zakroff is a professional artist, author, dancer, and designer. She holds a BFA from RISD (The Rhode Island School of Design) and her artwork has received awards and honors worldwide. Her work embodies myth and the esoteric through her drawings and paintings, jewelry, talismans, and other designs. Laura has been a practicing Modern Traditional Witch for over two decades and revels in the intersection of her various paths with witchcraft. She blogs for Patheos as A Modern Traditional Witch, Witches & Pagans as Fine Art Witchery, and contributes to The Witches’ Almanac, Ltd.

She has two books published by Llewellyn Worldwide: The Witch’s Cauldron: The Craft, Lore & Magick of Ritual Vessels (May 2017) and Sigil Witchery: A Witch’s Guide to Crafting Magick Symbols (January 2018) with two more on the way – The Witch’s Altar (co-authored with Jason Mankey – November 2018) and Weave The Liminal: Living Modern Traditional Witchcraft (January 2019). Laura resides in Seattle, Washington, with her partner Nathaniel Johnstone and at least three cats.

Traditional World Dance – Kira Lang of Spiral Rhythm

Traditional World Dance moves used by common people (not trained dance performers) you can use in your everyday spiritual practice, group energy raising, and for performance.
Kira Lang has been dancing traditional dances from a young age, performing Hip Hop since 1985 and Belly Dance since 2000. She has also been dancing with Spiral Rhythm since 2006

The Mabinogion – Arthur Hinds

Join Arthur for a bardic exploration of the Mabinogion

InterPlay – Jennifer Dodson

InterPlay is based in a series of incremental forms using movement, spoken word, and music that allow participants to express themselves and have fun. It’s a practice that affirms the good in people and encourages all ages to enjoy relaxing play and connections with people. Above all, InterPlay is fun! There’s no right or wrong way to do InterPlay, so you can’t do it wrong.
I’m a certified InterPlay leader from Byron, GA, who has been teaching InterPlay for about 5 years. I’m a member of Berkano Hearth Union, which is an inclusive, diverse Heathen group in the Atlanta area.
I do computer stuff to pay the bills. I’m a mom to three grown kids and two naughty cats.

Magickal Cooking: Recipes for Healing – Silver Fire Panther

Recipes for Healing based on Hearth Craft.  This class talks about the different herb properties both magicakal and mundane.  We will be discussing the best herbs for digestion for upset stomachs, anxiety calming teas, and many other things.  Come with a note book to write down recipes and come have some fun learning about Hearth Craft and Kitchen Witchery.

Gardening for Beginners -Amy Payson

Gardening for beginners with a focus on edible and medicinal herbs and a Q&A session for all skill levels.

Amy Payson has an AAS in Horticulture, she is Georgia Certified Plant Professional, and she has 6 years of experience in personal gardening, landscaping, and the green industry.

Tarot Reversals – Karen Roman

If you have never used Reversed cards in reading Tarot, you’ll get a few ideas about when you should (we’ll even cover a few ideas about when you shouldn’t). If you are already using Reversed cards in readings, we’ll give you a few new ways to interpret them. Open the doors on a whole new dimension of interacting with the cards we know and love.

Karen is a Tarot reader and teacher with 35 years of experience. Familiar to the ATL Craft community, she offers private readings and presents lectures on a wide range of Tarot topics.

Meet the Druids – Grove of the Red Earth

Come meet ADF Druids and find out about their practice

Harvest Ritual – Led by Grove of the Red Earth

Whether you have been to a ritual before, or not, all are welcome to this open Harvest Ritual!

Rune Chant: Ancient Magic for Contemporary Ritual – Timothy H. Patton

RUNEDOG ART’s Timothy H. Patton, author of “The Language of Secrets, Interpreting the Runes of the Elder Futhark in Verse”  will offer a brief discussion of the history of runes and their applications for the modern practitioner.  Timothy will then lead an audience-participation rune chant, as an example of how contemporary pagans can “Send” runic energy with the collective will of a group.