Ostara Egg Hunt & Celebration

We're having our 1st annual Community Ostara Egg Hunt for Kids. Come join us in celebrating Ostara. We can't wait to see everyone for the Egg Hunt (bring a Ostara Egg basket for the Egg Hunt) and if you'd like to stay for the Ritual & Potluck, you're more then welcome to bring your own chalice and a food dish for the Potluck. The Pagan Guild will be providing a Ham. Please only RSVP on one meetup site so we have accurate numbers.

Ritual Will Start Promptly at 4:00 if you arrive after that please quietly signal the Dragon to cut you into the circle or enjoy the ceremony by just watching outside the circle.

1:45 - DOORS OPEN!

2:00  - Egg Hunt (All Ages)

2:30 - Empower & Dye Eggs (Adults & Kids)

3:00 - Seed Planting in Egg Cups & Egg Lore (Adults)

Ostara Egg Crafts & Stories (Kids)

3:30 - Coffee, Punch, & Cookies Social (Adults & Kids)

4:00 - Ritual

5:00 - Potluck

5:45 - Cleanup

We're asking a suggested donation of $5 per person over 12yr to help with supplies and ritual expenses. Donation is not Required to attend, no one will be turned away.



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  • Laura H.

    What exactly is an Ostara egg basket? What do I put in it? Is it for the kids or the eggs?

    March 17, 2013

    • Malissa

      It would be similar to a Easter basket. However we went over in ritual as well as in the kids area about how everything in the basket symbolizes something....

      March 18, 2013

    • Malissa

      The Ostara basket brings all you need in life together in perfect harmony. As you build it, think of each element and what it brings in to balance you.

      The Basket: The Earth itself, Sheltering and protecting us. Also giving us the essentials to survive and thrive.

      The Grass: A sign of new beginnings and the earth’s rebirth each year.

      Red: The element of Fire, bringing warmth and passion.

      Orange: Brings action and intent.

      Yellow: The Element of Air, bringing in wisdom, change, intellect.

      Green: The element of Earth, bringing in grounding, the seasons as they change, and nourishment.

      Blue: The Element of water, bringing in herbs, healing, and emotions.

      Purple: Magick and the Divine, the spirituality within us.

      White: The God, as the Son, Consort, & Father. He represents all Masculine aspects.

      Black: The Goddess, as the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. She represents all Feminine aspects.

      March 18, 2013

  • Malissa

    We had such a good time, from hunting eggs, to activities, ritual, and AMAZING FOOD. It was wonderful.

    March 18, 2013

  • Turtle

    The last event we were able to attend there was Beltaine, back in.. I do believe 2009. It's going to be wonderful to be surrounded by like minded people again.

    March 6, 2013

    • Malissa

      I think it was 2010 and it was my first beltane,...it was a great time and I can't wait to see everone.

      March 14, 2013

  • John and J.

    It will be myself, my husband and our 3 kids.

    March 9, 2013

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