Walking the Thresholds is a gathering for those who are not necessarily of human kind, but feel more toward a mythic flow, be they Elven, Fae, etc. The gather’s purpose is to provide an interface between differing communities of folk that may have no communication otherwise. Existing bonds can be made stronger and new ones formed. We are greatly looking forward to meeting you in a woodland setting.
Workshops and discussions – We have an interesting combination of ideas this year – Here’s the tentative schedule. WtT presenters bring knowledge they have about kin-related topics of interest to them. Past topics have included fae-touched magic, machine magic, otherkin sexuality, fae-mutated Reiki and other healing modalities, awakenings, hosts, intentional communities, fencing, Feng Shui, Runes, and more. There will also be drumming and bardic storytelling around the fire.
This year’s workshop schedule is full, but if you want to do a workshop or discussion in 2006, please email [email protected] with a brief description or send to the PO box shown at the top.
We will also be creating and doing a main ritual again this year, something to provide the tone/focus of this year’s gather. I suspect this year’s will have something to do with brewing…
It will be created on site. If you’re interested and/or have ideas, attend the ritual planning meeting on site and drop a line to [email protected] or mail to the PO box at the top. Afterwards will be bardic storytelling around the main camp hearth, so bring a story to tell or a song to sing.
Vendors are encouraged to come (no fee) if you have otherkin-related wares. 7-pointed stars and other medallions, kin-related art/sculpture/comix/zines, beautiful and unusual handmade clothing, and jewelry are irresistible. If you make music (non-electronic, around the fire), we invite you to share it with us.
This year we have a vendor of leather goods and several jewelry vendors. There are rumors that massages will be available…
Registration – We will have Prereg until May 31. The preregistration fee is $55. After that, it will be $75 at the gate. Special arrangements can be made for people coming from a long distance. Children under 12 are free. Between May 31 and June 9 (the date of the gather) there exists this chaosphere in which we slip entirely into overdrive and probabilities become mutable. If you are caught in this limbo and want to make special arrangements, contact [email protected]
Meals – Like last year, there will be no official meal plan — However, this year we’re renting the kitchen so people can use it when it’s running. There will also be a central hearth area where anyone can contribute food and cook if they wish, and there will be individual hearths that will be cooking for themselves, and others if they feel up to it. In general, unless you’re planning as a campsite, bring enough for yourself and one other person for four days. Those who cannot bring food be sure to make arrangements with someone who can.