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“What is…” Series: Druidism

When:
May 31, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2017-05-31T18:30:00-05:00
2017-05-31T19:30:00-05:00
Where:
Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness
1553 Como Ave
St Paul, MN 55108
USA
Contact:
Northern Roots Grove

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What is Druidism?

What is modern Druidism and how is it celebrated today? Meet with the Northern Roots Grove and find out about the variety found within Druidism.

 

 

About Northern Roots Grove

Northern Roots Grove is a pan-Druid group which started forming in July 2015 with a focus on studies, discussion, celebration and worship with regular meet-ups in the Twin Cities, Minnesota area. At the current time, this group is not associated with any national group (i.e. ADF, OBOD, etc.).

Vision
NRG is an eclectic Druid Grove dedicated to sharing Druidic inspiration, knowledge, and practices to sustain a balance of social, spiritual and educational activities for our members.

Our Mission

  • We welcome and draw from a variety of sources and traditions within Druidry.
  • Each member is empowered and encouraged to contribute to the Groves’ activities.
  • We maintain a safe and welcoming environment and each member is responsible for abiding by the Member Agreement.
  • We host a variety of educational meetings, rituals and social activities directed by our members’ needs and interests.

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