History Comes Alive at “Feast of the Mighty”

Samhain Celebration Lets Local Pagans Experience the Might and Majesty of Ancient Irish Myth with Ritual, Drama, and Feasting

San Francisco, Calif., September 30, 2012—Mythic Ireland comes alive for one night only at Feast of the Mighty, an all-ages Samhain celebration, benefit dinner and ritual drama on Friday, November 2 at the Humanist Hall in Oakland, Calif. Tickets are available athttp://feastofthemighty.brownpapertickets.com.

Attendees will interact with Celtic folklore come to life as mischievous fairies, mighty Gods and Goddesses and brave heroes are portrayed by local actors, musicians, and storytellers in this participatory ritual drama. Doors open at 7 pm. Feast and performance start at 8 p.m.

Feast of the Mighty Ticket Information

  • Adults with three-course feast and 1 glass of mead: $39
  • Children with three-course feast (12 & under): $20
  • Adults, Ritual performance only: $20
  • Under 18, Ritual performance only: Free

For full menu and event description, visit: feastofthemighty.brownpapertickets.com.

The event is presented by Coru Priesthood (full name Coru Cathubodua), a priesthood dedicated to serving the Morrigan through community outreach and public ritual. According to Founder Morpheus Ravenna, all monies raised will go to several projects including public rituals and the group’s non-profit status endeavors.

Feast of the Mighty is our opportunity to present Pagan Bay Area residents with a unique and inspiring Samhain celebration that brings the epic myths of the ancient Celtic world to life using the traditional elements of feasting, libation, and ritual drama in a way everyone can participate in,” said Ravenna. “As our first major public event, we’re delighted to introduce ourselves to local and Pagan communities at this powerful and auspicious season.”

Please visit Coru Priesthood’s event page for additional event information:facebook.com/events/156515591139520.

About Coru Cathubodua
Coru Cathubodua (Coru Priesthood) is a Pagan priesthood dedicated to serving the ancient Irish goddess the Morrigan through devotional practice, community outreach and public ritual designed to share Her teachings of sovereignty, warriorship, and otherworldly wisdom. We work to promote strength, autonomy, and sovereignty within the communities we serve. For information about Coru Cathubodua, visit facebook.com/CoruCathubodua.

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