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The Winter Solstice

Yule takes place on the winter solstice. The winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. It is the time to celebrate the rebirth of the light after the very darkest part of the year. In neopagan traditions, Yule is when the god, who sacrificed himself at Samhain, has journeyed through the underworld and, in the embrace of the goddess, becomes the child of light.

Yule or the winter solstice is also the stage of the Wheel of the Year when the god transforms from the Oak King into the Holly King. He’ll shift back to the Oak King at the summer solstice.The time between Samhain and Yule is one of purging what does not serve you and reflecting on the upcoming year with fresh eyes and hope for new beginnings. Yule is the moment where the energy of the new year rises up. 

About the Event . . .

Autumn is here! Apple cider, falling leaves,  corn husks, apple hurling, trade blankets, skill workshops, silly games; a time for settling deals, disputes and making accords. Join the FAE for our last outdoor camping event of the season, in September to celebrate the Autumn Equinox.  Bring your mallets, hammers and bats because we are going to also bash some apples!

Attendees (like you?) are encouraged to bring items you may want to barter or trade with others and a blanket to display your wares. If you have extra gourds and perhaps inedible apples, bring them! They will find a perfect use in hurling and bashing. This is a relaxed event (court attire is optional). Spare firewood for the community firepit is welcome!


Anyone and everyone! 


This a livestreamed event. Check our calendar for the exact date and time!


This event is hosted online via LOLLY WHAT PLATFORM.

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