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Our Equinox 2014

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Its the last day of September so I had better post what happened during our Equinox Events over the weekend of 20th and 21st September.


Not all of these pics in this post are mine, like the beautiful one above, so I will look up who they are linked to shortly and let you know.

Claire Roche and I performed together at Spirit Of Folk at Noon on the Saturday then in the smoking area, of all places, in the Fincourt Hotel that evening. Claire had to be home that evening so on the Sunday I guided a Poetree Walk at 10 am in Loughcrew Gardens and at 2 pm at Mullaghdreen Forest about 5 km away from Loughcrew.

Ok, here is how it all went


Spirit Of Folk, I arrived about 11:40 am and was to perform at Noon, ouch !!!

Claire was going to be late due to some personal affairs she had to attend to. Arrived through the 'trades peoples' entrance but security folks were not helpful or informative so I gatecrashed everything and everyone to be able to get to performance on time.

Being a Noon sta…

Ending September News

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Hello everyone.

I have been slow with blogging this past week, but what a wonderful series of Equinox events last week. I will still write them up early next week.

As seems to be flow these days, the first thing coming up after sending this news is Bards In The Woods, including tomorrow, Sunday, 28th September at 2 pm.

Five more Bards In The Woods this year

Tomorrow afternoon, meeting at 2pm, we are going where the Megalithic meets the Trees and where we indulge in mystery. Bards In The Woods are still FREE events this year. Memberships will start up next year.


Through this time enjoy the words, the colour changes, the sharing of identifications, foraging, stories, tree hugs and shared picnic. Current forecast for tomorrow is, 17C, cloudy, and there may be a shower or two late afternoon. Good idea to dress for all weathers.

click here for the Facebook Page for this event,
which includes a custom Google Map link

Other Bards In The Woods this year, through October Sundays
to enjoy the chang…