Celebrate Imbolc with us (and Inkubus Sukkubus!)
On Saturday January 28th 2017, the Museum will be hosting a day of events to celebrate the approach of Imbolc (which is on February 1st). You can choose to attend the whole day event for £30 or just the evening event for £20 or just the workshops for £10. Each price includes a visit to the Museum.
Daytime events running from 10-4.30pm. In the morning you will do one workshop and in the afternoon another workshop. Maximum of thirty people.
Workshop 1: make a Bride’s Cross workshop with Gillian Nott. Learn straw crafts and create a traditional protection symbol.
Workshop 2: wool workshop. The Goddess Bride is associated with lambs so come and spin your own wool, learn or practice your knitting and maybe even made a Bride’s Eye (protection and good luck symbol made from wool).
4.30-6pm: Museum open only for people who have tickets to the event.
From 6pm: arrive at the venue: the National Trust Visitor’s Centre Cafe where drinks will be on sale. As you enter pass through a giant girdle of Bride and also lay a present in the Bed of Bride (a piece of glass or shell is traditional but you can put anything you like in it – something small).
Above: the Museum dog Tom going through a smaller version of the Bride’s girdle. Gillian Nott will be making a door sized one for the January event!
6.30-7.15pm A talk on “Bridgit: Goddess of Imbolc” by Cheryl Straffon (author of Between the Realms and the Earth Goddess).
From 7.30pm: Live music by Inkubus Sukkubus. A chance to see a great Pagan band and celebrate the birth of spring at the Museum.
Places are limited and pre-payment and booking is essential.
Ways to pay:
By paypal. Our paypal account is: email@example.com
Please put ‘Imbolc’ as an Instruction/Reference.
By card: phone the Museum on 01840 250 111 and complete the transaction using a credit or debit card.
By cash: pop into the Museum and pay at the counter
By cheque: send a cheque made payable to Museum of Witchcraft to our address: the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, the Harbour, Boscastle, PL35 0HD.
Any issues, email the Museum: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you book, please tell us your address so we can post your tickets to you.
Also please specify what you want to attend and how many tickets you require:
£30 for the whole day (workshops, lecture and concert)
£20 for the evening event (lecture and concert, not workshops)
£10 to attend the daytime workshops only
Bride’s Cross in snowdrops photograph courtesy of Gillian Nott. Copyright of photographs on these pages is retained by the owner where acknowledged.