Druids in Las Vegas & Southern NV Weekly Meetup

  • October 3, 2013 · 7:30 PM

Learn about Ar nDraiocht Fein: A Druid Fellowship (ADF), druidism/druidry, virtue, polytheism, myths, and the many other aspects of "Our Own Druidism" in a quiet family setting. Bring a notebook, bring your questions, and bring an open mind.

No one is required to purchase a meal and if this is your first meeting with the druids, then please enjoy our hospitality and a drink on us. Otherwise, we do ask that a drink at least be purchased to support the restaurant, as well as at least a dollar to tip the wait staff that put up with us all night. Meetings end when all are ready to leave.

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  • Jen Oneita R.

    Interesting conversation as usual!

    1 · October 4, 2013

  • riley

    While shopping at the supermarket, most Americans aren’t surprised to find an entire aisle filled with sugar-loaded, ready-to-eat breakfast cereals. But foreigners notice this kind of thing immediately, just as traveling Americans notice that supermarkets in Italy display vast selections of pasta and that markets in China and Japan offer an astonishing variety of rice. The flip side of not noticing your own culture is one of the great pleasures of foreign travel: realizing what you hadn’t noticed about your own country, and noticing what the people of other countries no longer realize about themselves.”
    ― Neil deGrasse Tyson, Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandaries

    2 · September 27, 2013

  • riley

    Something Beej reminded of in our conversation on Gods and Culture: “In the twentieth century, astrophysicists in the United States discovered galaxies, the expanding of the universe, the nature of supernovas, quasars, black holes, gamma-ray bursts, the origin of the elements, the cosmic microwave background, and most of the known planets in orbit around solar systems other than our own. Although the Russians reached one or two places before us, we sent space probes to Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. American probes have also landed on Mars and on the asteroid Eros. And American astronauts have walked on the Moon. Nowadays most Americans take all this for granted, which is practically a working definition of culture: something everyone does or knows about, but no longer actively notices.

    1 · September 27, 2013

11 went

  • Beej
    Pursewarden (Treasurer), Organizer
    Event Host
  • Tyler +2
    Friend of the Grove
  • riley
    Friend of the Grove
  • Teresa C.
    Senior Druid (President), Co-Organizer
  • james t.
    Grove Member, ADF, Assistant Organizer
  • Jen Oneita R. +1
    Scribe (Secretary), Co-Organizer
  • John
    Friend of the Grove
  • A former member

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