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    • 01 Feb 2019
    • 06 Jun 2019
    • Ffynnon
    • 7

    Ffynnon Farm CSA 2019 Season

    20 weeks - June 13th-October 24th

    Ffynnon’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is designed to provide weekly delivery of seasonal fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs to a location near you in the Portland metro area.  Our season will be 20 weeks long starting June 13th, and will include the kind of items that you would expect from a typical Northwest garden, including spinach and lettuces, broccoli and cabbages, tomatoes and corn, and summer and winter squash.  

    Delivery will be on Thursdays, giving you a chance to incorporate our bounty into your weekend cooking plans. We plan to bring you both more kinds of vegetables this year, and more different varieties of the veggies you love.Harvest shares are designed to provide fresh produce for a family of three to four, or for a household of two serious veggie lovers.  Half shares are perfect for a single person or a couple supplementing veggies they might already buy. 

    NOTE: Eggs shares are sold out!

    Early Bird Pricing Ends April 30th. 

    • 20 Jun 2019
    • 23 Jun 2019
    • Ffynnon

    Sunfest XXXI 

    Delphic Oracle

    OWOW is so excited to announce that their SunFest ritualists for 2019 will be Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone who will be performing an oracle ritual! There will be an Altar created for Hekate.

    "For all those who don't know who we are, we are practicing Wiccans (modern witches) and authors who publish books on the subjects of Paganism, Magick and Witchcraft. Prior to Stewart's death on the 7th February 2000. Janet and Stewart had published their works since 1971, and are recognized as experts on Witchcraft and the Occult. Gavin joined them in 1993, and has since worked with them on The Pagan Path, a study of Paganism worldwide, The Healing Craft, a healer's workbook for Pagans, The Complete Dictionary of European God and Goddesses, and our most recent The Inner Mysteries. To date, we have had eleven books between us, on the subjects mention, published in the United States, Britain and as far afield as Brazil, Japan and the Czech Republic."


    As if that isn't enough to make everyone swoon, OWOW will have another year of amazing workshops for everyone to enjoy. Gavin and Janet's workshops will center around oracular practices during the festival. . We also hope to have a panel discussion. More details on that later.

    We are really looking forward to another amazing festival!! We thank you so much for all of your positive feedback last year!

    *In an effort to avoid a big registration rate increase this year we will not be providing Sunday brunch. *

    For more information and to register, please Click here. 

    • 18 Jul 2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • 21 Jul 2019
    • 3:00 PM
    • 57009 Pebble Creek Rd.

    Enjoy a Re-Union with Gaia, Pacha Mama, our Sacred Mother Earth thru Shamanic Teachings and Practices presented by Alethea Devi.

    Register at this link: https://forms.gle/Bvhun78mE1XpqhLi7

    Learn about these foundational Shamanic practices:

    a) Open your "Poq’po" (personal energy bubble) and activate your "Nawi" (like a Chakra) to exchange personal energy with the Elements of Air, Water, Fire, Earth, and Ether, thru the Wind, with a Pond & a Spring, during Fire ceremonies, during breath meditations, with the Trees, and by laying our bellies on the ground, all in sacred Re-union. Moments of energy exchanges will reveal many answers you seek for your life-journey.

    • 26 Jul 2019
    • 28 Jul 2019
    • 57009 Pebble Creek Rd.

    For information and registration, visit https://www.facebook.com/goddesstempletribe/

    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Ffynnon

    Fall Equinox 2019

    The Bacchae

    Join us for a four day festival to learn the relevance of this classic play on our modern world and lives. Explore the concepts of paradox, hubris, embracing chaos and order and how these themes play out in our lives through politics and relationships, among others. 

    There will be workshops during the day to understand the meaning of the play, as well as to connect and ground to elements of the deeper mysteries.  Evenings will have viewing and interactive elements of The Bacchae, with a modern translation, though staying true to its classic roots. 

    Camping at Ffynnon is close to nature and the elements, so campers will want to bring plenty of the necessities to ensure their stay is comfortable and relaxing. Festival attendees will enjoy a get-away-from-it-all gathering in a forested 80-acre retreat and farm setting located in the Nehalem river valley just south of Vernonia, Oregon. 

    There is limited vehicle camping available and all camp sites are first come first serve. The specific use policies are listed in the festival welcome packet, along with a detailed map of the site.

    **Please note, there will be no refunds given within 1 week of the event. 

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Office: 503-429-1556

57009 Pebble Creek Rd
Vernonia, Oregon 97064

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