We know you love your Mama, and we’re grateful to have Mama Gina returning to Equinox! She’ll join us so Nine Toes the Bard can share some of her musical inspiration and humor! Psst, new CD coming, so let’s help support her! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/nine-toes-the-bard-new-10-song-cd-and-more#/
Our event page is up for information and questions about the gathering. We welcome your questions and comments!
We’re almost ready to gather! Registration is open for participants and vendors. If you’d like to offer a workshop, please send us your ideas!
Vendor Registration links have been added to our Home page and Registration page! Please consider joining us if you have goods or services that you’d like to share at our intimate event.
Programs! Get your Programs! Workshops! Events! Immersion guide! See our Schedule of Events page or download the Schedule of Events as a pdf to save to your favorite portable device or to print and bring.
Day passes are now available for Friday and Saturday! Yay! You still need to register ahead of the event and let us know you’re coming. Go to the Registration Page and select the days you’ll be joining us. We look forward to spending time together, even if only for one day!!
See our site photo album up on the Facebook page! Here are a couple of examples: Camp Ground Cabins
Workshops and Workshops!! If you are interested in submitting a workshop proposal for Equinox in the Oaks, now is the time!! While workshops do not need to focus on the central themes of the event: Honoring the Spirit, Honoring the Land and Honoring Community doing so strengthens the integration of the whole experience. Workshop submissions …
Registration for Equinox in the Oaks is now closed. Pre-registration is now open! *YAY!* [Edit: New, easier registration is also available at our Registration Page and we’ve added some day pass options!] Foremost, THANK YOU for your patience. We’ve been busy trying to get all the pieces of the event in line. Second, we thought it …
We have more stories! Canu had an amazing experience that we have to share with you. As you know from the previous post, we visited the Land. In Canu’s words, “We each got the opportunity to feel for those areas of the Land that called to us and see if this place would uphold our …