Feast of the Mighty: Celtic Samhain Ritual Feast
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.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW - SEATING IS LIMITED
ADVANCE TICKETS REQUIRED - by Sunday October 29th:
WHEN: Saturday, November 4th, 2017
* Doors open at 6 pm; Feast/Ritual begins at 7 pm
WHERE: Humanist Hall, 390 27th Street, Oakland, CA
**3-COURSE FEAST TICKETS**
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
FULL MENU DETAILS:
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:
390 27th St, Oakland, 94609, CA, United States
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