Weaving Women’s Wisdom Gathering

Weaving Women’s Wisdom a Gathering of All Generations
September 27th-28th, 2014 @ Lake Concow Campground

Weaving Women's Wisdom is a gathering to support women connecting with each other, the Earth, and themselves within an inspirational community.  The event will feature an array of workshops throughout the weekend focusing on women's health & wellness, Earth skills & nature awareness, herbal medicine, movement & music, and arts & crafts.  It is a time to honor and celebrate the deep feminine.

Women of all ages, backgrounds and cultures are welcome. Children, including boys age 9 and under are welcome. Please, consider joining this special first annual gathering in Butte County, which we anticipate will become a beloved yearly event
Bring your friends, your children, your mother, your sisters!


$80 - $120 sliding scale Weekend Ticket
Includes 4 delicious vegetarian meals, overnight camping and all workshops
Discounts for children, young women and elders

Pre-registration only until September 15th
A limited number of work-trade positions are available. Please apply by September 1st
Follow the links below for the Work Trade application and Registration Forms. We can accept cash or check for payment.

Find more information and registration info here or by contacting weavingwomenswisdom@gmail.com or by visiting the GRUB CSA booth at the Thursday Night Market or Sherri Scott's GRUB Grown booth at the Saturday Farmers Market

This is an all volunteer coordinated event to serve the community of women in the Butte County area.


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