This is a an event in Co-Creation to celebrate Fall Equinox together in community.
Come gather, come all to what will hopefully become an annual fall celebration! This event will be held at Kennebec park and is for the entire family! Together we will gather and have children make crafts on site to decorate our table and pavilion for our POT LUCK feast! Your active participation in this event is key.
Not sure what to bring, DO NOT SWEAT IT!
Although this event is FREE to attend, REGISTRATION is REQUIRED. Upon registering a living document will be emailed to you with roles for volunteers and items to bring for our gathering.
We will aim to have kids yoga, chair yoga, three legged races, sack races, bobbing for apples, tug of war as games along with time to share canning recipes, show off our wares, and enjoy the flavors and feelings of the season!
Stay tuned for event schedules and timing of meals. Be prepared to spend the day, bring chairs and anything that will keep you and your family comfortable and able to spend time celebrating the season in community!
Fall Equinox LOCATION: Kennebec Park 1034 Queen Street, Arden Rd, Central Frontenac, ON
About Tawny, The Woodland Priestess
Tawny Stowe is a Metis business owner who works on the traditional unceded lands of the Anishinabeg peoples now known as Arden, Ontario, Canada.
Tawny is a steward of land and resources which allows her to embody her role as the Woodland Priestess helping parents return home to themselves and their children through a (re)connection to the Earth. She teaches a remembering of the Mind-Body-Soul through the sharing of childrens’ stories, song, food, creative activities, gardening, spirituality + yoga practices, and nature exploration.
Tawny is a Master Reiki Practitioner, has two Permaculture Design certificates, studies animal tracking & herbal medicine, is an oracle reader and has over 400hrs of yoga Teacher Training which includes 100hrs of Children's Yoga.
Tawny is the proud mother of one 6 year old active and curious boy who inspires her to step up as a community leader for better land stewardship practices and spiritual transformation. She volunteers in the homeschool community from Kingston to Brockville and is an active member of the Highland Waters Metis Council.