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News and Upcoming Events in 2023

Ongoing:

  • Sand Circle at Rhoneymeade: we're looking to expand the sand circle another 2 feet radially. To do this we need funding to purchase the sand. We have a go fund me to achieve this end: HVGW's Rhoneymeade Sand Circle go fund me. Once funded, we can then schedule Volunteer Dig Day #2. Overall progress to be listed on our sand circle page: HVGW's Sand Circle at Rhoneymeade

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January:

  • 2023.01.17 Keys of Magic: Sagittarius Decans. Tue, Jan 17th, 7:30pm – 9:00pm, at Websters Bookstore and Cafe in State College. Free and open to all! See this page for more information: Class Series 1: The Keys of Magic

  • 2023.01.18 PNO: Kimchi Korean Restaurant

  • 2023.01.22 Fellowship Gathering - Low-key hangout with HVGW members. Come get the report on our progress and enjoy our social topic. 3:00 - 4:00 at Websters Bookstore and Cafe in State College. - topic: Magical Uses of Water

  • 2023.01.31 Gamlaleiðin - An inclusive Norse Paganism study group for anyone with interest in the ways and magic of Norse Paganism! Meets on the last Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm. RSVP for location at bit.ly/3TH0hYa

February:

  • 2023.02.01 PNI

  • 2023.02.04 Imbolc 2023 Disirblot, a midwinter celebration of the Norse Goddesses! Please RSVP by January 30th.

  • 2023.02.07 Keys of Magic: Death

  • 2023.02.14 A*A (Astrologers Anonymous) - topic: Houses

  • 2023.02.15 PNO: TBD

  • 2023.02.21 Keys of Magic: Capricorn Decans

  • 2023.02.26 Fellowship Gathering - Low-key hangout with HVGW members. Come get the report on our progress and enjoy our social topic. 3:00 - 4:00 at Websters Bookstore and Cafe in State College.

  • 2023.02.28 Gamlaleiðin - An inclusive Norse Paganism study group for anyone with interest in the ways and magic of Norse Paganism! Meets on the last Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm.

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The Happy Valley Golden Wheel is a Pagan networking initiative based in Centre County. We are dedicated to reaching out to local pagans and providing opportunities to celebrate the eight solar holidays in a community-oriented way. We tend to focus on the Wheel of the Year, but other kinds of celebrations and projects also emerge based on the interest of our membership. New ideas and energy are always welcome!