Sunday, June 26, 9-11:30am, Goodale Park, 120 W. Goodale St.

Join us to celebrate the Summer Solstice and honor Manannán mac Lir at ComFest (and stop by our booth while you’re at it). We will be at the Live Arts stage. The procession to the ritual will begin at 9am from our booth [west of the intersection of Park St. and Poplar St.] to the green space next to the Live Arts Stage. We’ll begin the ritual once we’re set up at Live Arts, at approximately 9:30am.

In this ritual, we’ll take part in the custom of “paying the rents” to Manannán. Mac Lir is the traditional king and protector of the Isle of Man, and for his protection of the island, he asks only a yearly payment of rushes at Midsummer. Though we’re far away from the Isle of Man, we’ll offer his rushes and ask for his protection of our community here in Ohio.

This is the most informal of all of our High Day rites, and a great place to come out and see what we’re all about. Three Cranes Grove will also be at ComFest on Friday and Saturday, so feel free to drop by our booth [west of the intersection of Park St. and Poplar St.] for readings, questions about what we do, or just to chat.

Hosted by Three Cranes Grove, ADF.


Sunday, June 26, 2022 - 9:00am


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