2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, 9:00 to 10:45 AM
This circle is for ALL women who want to meet twice monthly in circle to gather, connect, and learn from each other as we increase our spiritual vibration.
You are invited to join us for a time of ritual, movement, meditation, sharing, and activation.
Women from all (or no) religions and spiritual paths are welcome.
Before attending, please read ALL the information in the description.
HOW TO FIND US:
We hold our meetings in SPARKLE Studio at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment (2211 Seminole Drive SW, Huntsville, AL 35805). The Mill is closed to the public at that time, but the parking lot is open.
Turn into the paved parking lot by the guard shack on Seminole. Drive down the long side of the building then turn right and park along the short side of the building (also known as the Water Tower parking lot). Come up on the loading dock by Big Orange Doors 14 and 15. There are two sets of stairs and a ramp on the left. There are chairs on the deck and picnic tables on the lawn so you can sit if you arrive early.
We will come to the doors and let everyone in right at 9:00 am. We are sorry, but we cannot interrupt the flow of the meeting for latecomers. If you arrive after 9:00, we are sorry we missed you and we hope to see you next month.
If you have a studio at Lowe Mill, just meet us in front of SPARKLE.
Group sessions will make use of the WomanRunes deck and book by Molly Remer (as seen in group photo.) If you would like your own set to use on your own, you can purchase the set from us for $28 or directly from Molly on her Brigid’s Grove Etsy shop.
There is no charge to attend the Circle. However, if you feel a desire to honor the spiritual importance of energy exchange, cash donations of any size help us provide resources used in our meetings. We appreciate your support.
Lowe Mill currently requires that masks are to be worn inside the building, so be sure you bring a mask with you. A number of Lowe Mill artists are immuno-compromised; we appreciate your support in wearing a mask to help us maintain a space as safe as possible for them to do their work.