Indigenous Harvest Procession & Grief Ritual
Location: Leaving from Old St Mary’s Church grounds
Date: Sunday 26th September at 7pm
€ free – registration required via firstname.lastname@example.org
This procession is the culmination of a six month long project exploring what an indigenous harvest ritual might look like in our day and age. It brought together a group of locally based artists to work with Dr Billy Mag Fhlionn of Pagan Rave fame. The resulting procession and ritual will display the Harvest Crown and bring the Caim Coracle up the river to release onto the waters of the river Suir carrying the grief messages that have been collected over the previous weeks. Limited numbers, please register on email@example.com.