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*****December 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 Decent Pizza.  ****   December 11th and 12th, 6PM, Victorian Christmas  Historic Downtown Thomasville, an award winning “Great American Main Street City,” invites you to come and make a memory with us this Christmas season! Take an unforgettable journey back in time to 1890’s when life was simple and true Christmas spirit reigned. Enjoy horse drawn carriages, strolling carolers, holiday shopping, dancers, musicians, museums, food and holiday delicacies, and of course, St. Nicholas! Victorian Christmas is held on Thursday and Friday evening from 6 PM to 9 PM. Both evenings feature the same great events! http://www.thomasvillega.com   

December 13, 2014 – 9am to 4pm -  Downtown MarketPlace - Holiday Art Festival  The 19th Annual Holiday Art Festival, Downtown Tallahassee celebrating the talents of great artists! For 20 years, the Marketplace has been attracting area artists, crafters, food vendors, farmers, and musicians to the Chain of Parks in Downtown Tallahassee. The Marketplace season begins the first weekend in March and continues through the end of November each year. http://www.downtownmarket.com/  

*****December 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 Women's Belly Dance Center, 1541 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301

***    December 18, 2014 – 5:30pm to 9pm - Elf Night at Dorothy B. Oven Park  Santa’s elves have their own appearance booked at Dorothy B. Oven Park for the 15th annual Elf Night. With more than 250,000 lights twinkling against the night sky, the park has been transformed into a winter wonderland! Visitors are invited to stroll the grounds on Thursday, Dec. 18, from 5:30-9 p.m. Elf Night is free to the public. In addition to viewing the decorated house and grounds, citizens can enjoy hot cider, cocoa and cookies.  

*****December 20, 2014, 7PM Yule Feast, The Red Hills Pagan Council cordially invites you to celebrate our Yule Feast.  Please bring  a dish to share with the community.  We'll provide a turkey and ham as the main dish, so please bring a side-dish or a dessert.  The Women's Belly Dance Center 1541 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301  We'll be burning the Yule log and spending the night feasting with friends and family.  Feel free to bring your own holiday/festive music to share. Afterwards, please join Tribe Dogpile at their annual Yule Vigil.  

*****December 20, 2014, 11PM Yule Vigil Join us in the Sacred Grove to celebrate the darkest night, and enjoy our blessed community. We will gather at 11PM to talk about ritual etiquette and community, please arrive promptly for that discussion.  Ceremony to follow later in the evening.  BYOB, a snack to share, noisemakers, and camp chairs to enjoy a bonfire. If you plan to stay the night, bring champagne for the morning toast!  At Vanina Mandira, or Dogpile in the Woods (email kym@kymkeaton.com  for info)  

 December 20, 10AM to 3PM, Mission San Luis – Winter Solstice Celebration - This December enjoy a day of American Indian culture, music, astronomy, and fun at Mission San Luis! Come observe the occasion of the “sun standing” at its southernmost position in the sky and honor the heritage of this 17th century living history village.  Shopping for fine crafts from Solstice Faire artisans (till 3 pm), Drum & flute circle, Apalachee Audubon Bird Walk (10 am) Craft activities for children (Noon – 2 pm) ,Sun, star, and planet gazing with scopes from Tallahassee Astronomical Society (till 8 pm) It's a celebration and you're invited!  Mission San Luis, 2100 West Tennessee St. http://www.missionsanluis.org/.  

January 2, 2015 - 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.  

*****January 6, 2015 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. *****  

*****January 8, 2015,  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 Decent Pizza  ****  

*****January 11, 2015,  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  ****  

January 15, 2014 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm -  Created Equal Film Series  The Museum of Florida History, The John G. Riley Museum, the Knott House Museum, and the Grove are partnering to bring the National Endowment for the Humanities’ critically-acclaimed Created Equal film series to Tallahassee. These four outstanding films are meant to provide communities a chance to reflect on civil rights in America. Designed to foster conversation, the series kicks off at the Museum of Florida History on January 15, 2015. Clips from all four films will be shown, and Dr. Anthony Dixon will lead a moderated discussion. Each film will be presented at different locations during the next several months.  For more information, call 850-245-6400 or go to http://bit.ly/civilrightsMFH Museum of Florida History  

*****January 31, 2015, 8PM, Imbolc/Lupercus Ritual.  Join us in the Sacred Grove to celebrate Lupercus. In the Strega Tradition, Lupercus is invoked at this time of year to scatter the wolves of the dark winter night freeing us of the winter season, and helping us emerge fearless into spring.  . Vanira Mandira / Dogpile In the Woods.  Email kym@kymkeaton.com for more info*****









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