Feast of the Mighty: Celtic Samhain Ritual Feast

Saturday  4 November  2017  6:00 PM    Saturday  4 November  2017 10:00 PM
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Join us in the Otherworldly feasting hall to eat, drink, and honor the Gods! Celebrate Samhain with a three-course Celtic-style feast. Raise a horn with us in the presence of the Beloved Dead, the Ancestors, and the Gods.

This year’s Feast transports us to the Hostel of the Dagda, where the fire of hospitality burns bright and food and drink are rich and plenty. Here we welcome in the ancient and mighty Gods of Ireland from their palaces in the hollow hills. Here we enter into the tales of mighty heroes, tales that stir the heroic within each one of us: Tales of Medb, fierce queen who takes the measure of the brave and offers the champion’s cup to the victorious. Tales of the fearsome Morrígan, waiting in the darkness of Samhain night in the company of Otherworldly terrors, to test our mettle. Tales of the heroes who walk among us every day, and those who will come after us.

Bring your friends and kin, bring stories to share of your honored ancestors and heroes, bring your courageous heart, and come and feast with us in the company of the Mighty Ones.

ADVANCE TICKETS REQUIRED - by Sunday October 29th: http://mightyfeast.bpt.me/

WHEN: Saturday, November 4th, 2017
* Doors open at 6 pm; Feast/Ritual begins at 7 pm

WHERE: Humanist Hall, 390 27th Street, Oakland, CA

Adults (Over 12) with feast - $40
Children (12 and under) with feast - $20

GROUP DISCOUNT: 5 tickets for the price of 4! Buy tickets for your clan and you can save as well as have a table reserved specially for your group. To get this rate, enter group discount code: Clan

**RITUAL ONLY - No feast**
Adults (Over 12), No Feast - $20
Children (12 and under), No Feast - FREE


Appetizer: Fresh bread with apples, Irish butter, and cheese

First Course: Blackberry and sweet pea salad; medieval leeks and mushrooms

Main Course: Celtic pork and apple stew with hazelnuts and mushrooms (and meat-free version for vegetarians); fresh barley bread with Irish butter

Dessert: Seasonal fruit and berries with cream, honey, hazelnuts and rose petals

Non-alcoholic beverages will be available to all throughout the event. Adults are welcome to bring your own bottles if you’ll want an alcoholic beverage with your feast.

NOTE: Menu is subject to change based on ingredient availability. Check Facebook event page for menu updates.

Volunteers: we are currently at our limit for volunteers. Those who have reached out, we will contact you if we need more or people drop off.

The Coru Cathubodua is a Celtic Polytheist Priesthood dedicated to the Morrígan in Her many forms, and honoring the family of Celtic Gods and heroes. www.corupriesthood.com

This event is conducted in alignment with the Coru hospitality and safety policy: http://www.corupriesthood.com/statement-hospitality-safety/

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Humanist Hall
390 27th St, Oakland, 94609, CA, United States

River Devora Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 04/11/2017 22:32
I know we can bring pictures of beloved dead, and cash. Are there other things to bring? Festival gear (plates and cups etc)? Other ritual stuff? Sorry for last min post, I'm packing to head up soon...

Coru Cathubodua Priesthood - A Polytheist Priesthood of the Morrigan Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 04/11/2017 20:04
If you’re coming to the feast tonight, remember to bring cash or have paypal information ready if you wish to participate in the silent auction!

Meg Baker Heal Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 03/11/2017 19:44
Remember to bring photos of your beloved dead to the feast!

Jared Van Fossen Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 03/11/2017 17:10
Looks like Christy and I won't be able to make it. Sad day indeed.

Justin Angel Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 03/11/2017 02:34
Totally missed tickets sales on this but would love to attend. Is it possible to still get a ticket?

Chantell Phillips Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 31/10/2017 19:54
Monica Tomasi are you going? I will be there with the girls. Jill Johnson want to meet us at this?
Jill Johnson
-- 31/10/2017 19:54
🤔 Am I ready for this?

Jasmine Woods Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 31/10/2017 02:04
Are ritual tickets still available?
Adrianne Street
-- 31/10/2017 02:04
They are available until Midnight tonight.

Sophia Sheree Martinez Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/10/2017 22:15
Alexander Rosales and I will officially be there ^.^
Lillian Megan Lundquist
-- 28/10/2017 22:15
Marocatha Bodua Brigiani
-- 28/10/2017 22:15

Sharon Knight Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/10/2017 21:55
Just bought our tickets! Yay, Samhain!
Marocatha Bodua Brigiani
-- 28/10/2017 21:55
Helen Hawk
-- 28/10/2017 21:55
See you there!

Helen Hawk Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 23/10/2017 22:22
If some must skip the feast....when should they come? (for those w/ either slim purses or complicated scheduling)
Marocatha Bodua Brigiani
-- 23/10/2017 22:22
The ritual takes place during and surrounding the feast, so the arrival/start times are the same.

Katie Rose Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 10/10/2017 22:19
Beloved Coru! Unless a shared ride is coming from Santa Barbara county, this year I will be there in spirit, as they say...Hail our Mighty Dead, and raise a glass for me!
Humanist Hall
390 27th St, Oakland, 94609, CA, United States
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