Summer Solstice


Cascadia Grove will be celebrating Summer Solstice at Cunning Crow Apothecary Saturday, June 22nd at 5pm.  (Please note the date change from earlier emails).  The ritual will be Norse with Loki as the deity of the Occassion.  There is a specific time within the ritual in which you can make personal offerings to your Kindred of choice.  We will share light snacks after the ritual so feel free to bring something to share.  Dress code is casual.  Our rituals are free and donations are accepted (and go towards paying Cunning Crow for the use of their space).   Please join us!

All Cascadia Grove rituals for 2019 will be at Cunning Crow Apothecary at 5pm.  The dates are as follows (please notice that some dates are on Sundays and some on Saturdays – this was according to Cunning Crow’s availability):

Lughnasadh – Sunday, July 28
Fall Equinox – Sunday, September 15
Samhain – Sunday, October 27
Yule/Winter Solstice – Sunday, December 22

Cunning Crow Apothecary, 9024 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Cascadia Grove supports the creation and development of White Mountain Druid Sanctuary in Trout Lake, Washington.  We are currently working on a Shrine to Lady Brigid, Celtic goddess of healing, blacksmithing and inspiration.  If you would like to learn more, here’s the link,

We also have a blog at, which is currently being updated with posts from Kirk Thomas’ archaeological tour of Cyprus.  Kirk is the creator of White Mountain Druid Sanctuary.


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Shrines at White Mountain Druid Sanctuary

It is summer 2019 and the Goddess Brigid’s Shrine is being built! The walls are up and the roof should be done by winter. The Goddess Samona’s Shrine just has a few finishing touches. Over the last year, we also got a statue of Lleu Llaw Gyffes and there is now a shelter built over his statue.
The Patreon site ( has been updated with information about getting engraved bricks for the walkway up to Brigid’s Shrine. We also have a blog at