A branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, and El Paso

St. Brigid’s Feast

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February 17 @ 10:00 am 6:00 pm

Brigit was a pre-Christian Celtic Goddess and was celebrated in late winter with Imbolc, loosely translated as “ewe’s milk” and indicates that the sheep are lambing and a new season has begun. St. Brigid was a 5th century Irish woman adopted as a patron saint for dairy workers & farmers, blacksmiths, poets and midwives & healers.
We will make St. Brigid’s crosses, have games and ask the populace to entertain during feast with a song or poem. A feast will feature spring foods. A menu will be published to social media and our web site once it is settled on.
This promises to be a day of fun, food and friends so don’t miss this chance to visit the Shining Hill for our first feast since the dark years.

Adult: $25, Adult Members: $20, no charge for youth 17 and under

Sheriff’s Posse of Los Alamos

650 North Mesa Road
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544 United States
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