****Items specifically related to/sponsored by the local pagan community marked ****
*****September 11, 2014, 7pm - 9pm Pagan Meetup Come on out and meet your fellow local Pagans and whatnot. http://www.meetup.com/tallypagans - WE HAVE MOVED! We will meet at Crispers. ****
September 13, 2014 - Frenchtown Heritage Fest - The free street festival is hosted by Frenchtown Neighborhood Improvement Association and includes food vendors, live jazz and blues, fitness classes, health screenings, art activities and a double dutch show. This year’s event will also feature the inaugural Frenchtown Fresh Challenge, a cooking competition that challenges contestants to create a winning meal using fresh, local ingredients. For more information, go to www.frenchtownheritage.org/
September 13, 2014, 9AM to 2pm - "You Make It, You Grow It Market" Grand Reopening - This market features crafters, artists, specialty growers and producers offering original and unique items. We are open every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. www.youmakeityougrowit.com
September 13, 2014, 12PM to 4PM - Archaeology Day - Organizations throughout the panhandle are teaming up for a fun-filled day of activities to educate the public and children of all ages about archaeological and historical resources. Archaeologists will be on-hand to provide general information about archaeology, historic preservations, and heritage tourism, as well as identify artifacts from the public’s personal collections. They will also bring authentic artifacts to share.
Additionally, there will be craftsmen and vendors. Have your personal artifact collections identified by archaeologist! This event is free and open to the public! For more information, Contact FPAN Outreach Coordinator, Barbara Hines, RPA, at firstname.lastname@example.org, Or the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement at email@example.com http://www.panhandlepioneer.org/ Panhandle Pioneer Settlement 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd., Blountstown, FL 32424
*****September 14, 2014, 11am to 1pm Pagan Picnic, sponsored by the RHPC, the Picnic precedes the monthly meeting of the Red Hills Pagan Council; an umbrella organization for local pagan groups, covens, and solitaries. Bring a covered dish to share, bring something to drink, and we'll see you there. www.redhillspagans.org for more info We will meet at The Schnittman Theater, (to the right of the Mickee Faust Clubhouse), Railroad Square, 623 McDonnell Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32310***
September 18 - 21, 2014 Walking the Camino - An exquisite do*****entary, "Walking the Camino" follows pilgrims as they partake in a timeless tradition of walking across an entire country with only a backpack, their willingness to go the distance, and hope. Filled with beautiful landscapes and a yearning to go on your own journey, "Walking the Camino" inspires the mind and soul and has us questioning the journeys in our own lives. http://www.tallahasseefilms.com/ All Saints Cinema, 918-1/2 Railroad Avenue
September 26 - Sep 27, 8PM - You Are My Sunshine -- A Kind of a Love Story Terry Galloway has been deaf as a doornail since she was nine. She spent decades living in relatively peaceful silence, until technology--in the form of a cochlear implant--caught up with her. Her first reaction to that new world of sound was to try to pull her own head off. You Are My Sunshine is Terry's comic, sometimes moving, sometimes profane exploration of what happens to a woman after she literally regains her senses. http://www.mickeefaust.com The Adelaide Schnittman Hall, Mickee Faust 623 McDonnelle Drive
*****September 27, 2014, Celebrate Mabon - The autumn equinox is the second of three harvest festivals, begun at Lughnasadh and completed at Samhain. Once again the day and night are equal as the God leaves the body and begins the great adventure into the unseen, toward renewal and rebirth in the Goddess.
Join us in the Sacred Grove to celebrate the harvest, compost our emotions, and enjoy our blessed community. BYOB, a snack to share, noisemakers, and camp chairs to enjoy a bonfire. At Vanina Mandira, or Dogpile in the Woods (email firstname.lastname@example.org for info)
October 3, 2014 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm - First Friday Gallery Hop - Railroad Square. Join thousands of locals for FF where most of the shops and studios are open for this lively event. Live music is played at several locations throughout the Park. Some of the galleries offer refreshments and hors d'oeuvres. Larger galleries may feature exhibits from a variety of artists while smaller ones display their own new works.
October 3 - 5, 2014 - A Will for the Woods - Musician, psychiatrist, and folk dancer Clark Wang prepares for his own green burial while battling lymphoma, determined that his last act will be a gift to the planet. Boldly facing his mortality, the spirited Clark and his partner Jane have joined with a compassionate local cemeterian to use green burial to save a North Carolina woods from being clear-cut http://www.tallahasseefilms.com All Saints Cinema 918-1/2 Railroad Avenue
October 4, 10AM to 3PM, Mission San Luis Blessing of Animals - Originated in the 13th century as a remembrance of St. Francis, the patron saint of animals, Mission San Luis invites all animals and their friends to be blessed at this annual event. Mission San Luis is a pet-friendly site, so bring your companions and enjoy the beautiful park setting and living history programs year-round. Mission San Luis, 2100 West Tennessee St. http://www.missionsanluis.org/
*****October 7, 2014 7:30pm Public Meeting of the Church of the May Oak at Panera Bread. The May Oak is a local Wiccan Church. The monthly meeting is held at Panera Bread Company at Park Ave. First Tuesday of each month. *****
*****October 9, 2014, 7pm - 9pm Pagan Meetup Come on out and meet your fellow local Pagans and whatnot.
Feel free to do some research and be ready to chat. http://www.meetup.com/tallypagans - WE HAVE MOVED! We will meet at What? Cafe 1940 N. Monroe St. #76, Tallahassee, FL 32303 ****
October 11, 2014, 1PM - Gaines Street Fest! - vendors, shop sales, animals to adopt, tattoos to get, delicious food from restaurants and trucks, an air guitar contest, karaoke, comedians, storytellers, your friends and neighbors, art to hang on your wall, art painted on building walls, a hotdog eating contest, pony rides for kids, face painting, cookies, candies, beers both craft and mainstream, a little liquor, and a whole lot of music, all on Gaines Street.
*****October 12, 2014, 11am to 1pm Pagan Picnic, sponsored by the RHPC, the Picnic precedes the monthly meeting of the Red Hills Pagan Council; an umbrella organization for local pagan groups, covens, and solitaries. Bring a covered dish to share, bring something to drink, and we'll see you there. www.redhillspagans.org for more info ****
*****October 18, 2014, 8pm - 2:30AM - The Witches' Ball: A Dark Fantasy, This is it folks. The Witches' Ball is the big annual fundraiser of the RHPC!
Bubbling cauldrons, magic mirrors, spells and enchantments are invoked once again in the magical tradition of a rollicking good time – all for a good cause!
The 14th Annual Witches’ Ball, sponsored by the Red Hills Pagan Council (RHPC), “A Dark Fantasy” featuring Bedhead Betty, will be on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at the American Legion Hall, 229 Lake Ella Drive, from 8PM to 12:30AM.
We'll be rocking out all night with BEDHEAD BETTY, and we'll also have tarot readers, bellydancers, costume contests, silent auctions, and a cash bar! This will be a night to remember! Tickets are $10 in advance, but $13 at the door. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Athena's Garden in RR Square. (Children under 12 are free!)
October 22 - 26, 2014 - Gem of the Ocean, by August Wilson - Aunt Ester, a 285-year-old former slave, takes wandering fugitive Citizen Barlow into her Pittsburgh Hill District home and guides him on a mystical journey toward healing his guilt over the crime he has committed. Set in 1904, "Gem" begins the chronology of August Wilson’s unprecedented "Pittsburgh Cycle" dramatizing the African American experience during the 20th century.
http://www.famu.edu/index.cfm?EssentialTheatre&SeasonSchedule Charles Winter Wood Theatre/ Edmonds Stage, 515 Orr Drive (on the campus of FAMU)
October 23 - 26, 6:30pm - Ghost Walking Tours in Downtown Tallahassee - Tours depart on the half hour. Tours are approximately 45 minutes. The last tour departs at 9:30p.m. http://www.ToursInTallahassee.com
October 25, 2014, 10AM to 12PM, International Archaeological Day-San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park
The Department of Environmental Protection’s San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park and the National Park Service's Southeast Archeological Center will be celebrating International Archaeology Day. This year's celebration will focus on the Civil War Era in North Florida. Events include presentations by archaeologists family-friendly kids activities such as Native American pottery making, flint knapping and hands-on activities for all ages. Local historians will talk about the impressive history of the park in the Museum and Civil War Reenactors will provide Living History Demonstrations. The International Archaeology Day Event is being held in conjunction with the City of St. Marks' Annual Stone Crab Festival which takes place in historic downtown St. Marks. See the Stone Crab Festival announcement for more details. http://www.floridastateparks.org/sanmarcos/events.cfm?viewevent=12460#12460
November 2, 2014, 7PM - Samhain Ceremony and Labyrinth - Come honor your ancestors and your sacred dead. Bring bio-degradable offerings to leave for your ancestors. There will be seers, card-readers and oracles available as well as food and drink. Please bring a sweet to share with your friends, neighbors and community. Samhain was traditionally held to be the time when the veils that separate the worlds were thinnest. Ancient peoples believed that we could communicate with and honor our ancestors during this time of the year. Come walk the Labyrinth and release the old year as you prepare for the new one. Seek ancient wisdom during quiet meditation. www.redhillspagans.org
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