Newsletter Volume 10.1


Website Update
Anniversary Events!
Labyrinth Project

Website Update

Our forum and online store are being completely re-designed and rebuilt. This will not cause any delay for outstanding orders, though if you were planning a purchase, we oppologize for the inconvenience. We expect the new online store to launch in November, with the forum following online by the end of the year.

Although the online store was less than a year old, we decided it was time for an overhaul. Some of you may have noticed extended down-time periods on the site, and by consolidating our hosting to the same folks who host our original site, we have guarantees we can count on. We are also taking the opportunity to give the store a face-lift, and more features.


Wednesdays 09/22 – 11/10, 7pm – 9pm = Class: “Beginning Tarot”.
Anita Collodoro leads this 8-session course devoted to learning the Tarot system of divination. The cost is $25.00 per session. Please register in advance, if possible, so we know how many hand-outs to prepare. Anita recommends the Rider-Waite deck, and “Easy Tarot Guide” by Marcia Masino.

Friday 10/01/2004, 7pm – 8:30pm = Class: “Runestaven Rune Course”
Presented by Brad Murphey. This is session #3 of 8 (Fridays, 7pm – 8:30pm) This week’s topic = History
Donations to cover costs are cheerfully accepted.

Saturnday, 10/02/2004, 7pm – 9pm = “Fairy Tales” artists reception.
Come meet the artists, and enjoy their work. Refreshments will be served.

10/03/2004 – 12/26/2004 = Gallery show: “Fairy Tales”
We are honored to have Beth Hansen, Denise Garner, & Walter Napiorkowski as our featured artists for the 2004 autumn gallery show. This exhibit will include art of the Fairy realms. We are also planning story telling weekends, and look forward to seeing you!

Friday 10/08/2004, 7pm – 8:30pm = Class: “Runestaven Rune Course”
presented by Brad Murphey. This is session #4 of 8 (Fridays, 7pm – 8:30pm) This week’s topic = Sacred woods, carving, & staves Donations to cover costs are cheerfully accepted.

Shaman weekend classes have been cancelled

Daniel & Jenni Lupinski will be in town in December


We have enough $ for the bricks! Hurray!! But we need more gravel for the base of the circle, and we are shy on the $ there. We’ve got about $50 to go on the fund-raising. Additional contribution will be cheerfully accepted. Contributors’ names will be permanently displayed in the space, once the project is completed. Please let us know if you’d prefer to remain anonymous.

2004–October & November
1) Get the labyrinth bricks in place–this is the exciting, exacting, and
backbreaking part
4) Work on wall repair
3) Private labyrinth opening for helpers and friends
4) Prep garden for winter

2005–April & May
1) Paint wall
2) Plant additional plants, including Lilacs

Public Grand Opening late May early June 2005

For the latest progress updates and further info. visit:
the Labyrinth Forum Topic

Be well!