Tuesday, December 11, 2012


December 22, Saturday, noon

In The VORTEX Yard, 2307 Manor Rd., Austin, to kick off the YULE BAZAAR, Dec. 22-23!
More details about this family-friendly ritual available soon!

January 20, 2013, 1pm

At The VORTEX, 2307 Manor Rd., Austin
Open to anyone who has attended a Tejas Web event, and wants to help support the magic of Tejas Web.

February 3 - March 10, 2013, Sunday afternoons, 2-5pm
With Sharon and Suzanne
At Ancient Mysteries, 209 E. Ben White Blvd, Ste 202, in Austin

In this class we will awaken within us the clarity and knowing of Air, the passion and will of Fire, the mystery and daring of Water, the silence and strength of Earth, and the swirling cauldron of Spirit. Join us in discovering and celebrating the magic of the Elements.

This class is an introduction to magical practice in the Reclaiming witchcraft tradition. All who feel called to the craft, and to the magic of the Elements, are welcome. No magical experience is required.

Class fee: $100 - $160 sliding scale: pay what is right for you within this range. A $25 non-refundable deposit (which applies to your fee) reserves your place. Balance is due on or before the first day of class.
Refund policy: If you cancel at least one day before the class you'll receive a refund of any amount you paid over the $25 deposit. No refunds are issued for no-shows or for cancellations made the day of the class or after class starts.

To register, print and fill out the Class Registration Form available from a link at http://www.tejasweb.org/ and mail it with a check or money order payable to Tejas Web to: Classes, Tejas Web, PO Box 11586, Austin TX 78711.

February 2, Saturday, 7pm
Ritual gates open at 6:45
Ritual at Garrison Park, 6001 Manchaca Road, 78745
Garrison Park is on the east side of the road between Stassney and William Cannon. Take a right as you enter the park. Park at the east end, far end of the circle drive near the baseball field and railroad tracks. Walk up the path west toward Manchaca.

Join us as we celebrate Brigid; goddess of Healing, Smith Craft and Poetry. We gaze into her holy well, pass through her healing flames and discover what remains and what is forged anew.

Tejas Web rituals are free and open to the public. Donations appreciated to offset the costs of the ritual. Tejas Web is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

As always Tejas Web rituals are drug and alcohol free. 

Ritual attire encouraged but not required. This is Texas and it may be COLD. Bring your cold-weather cloaks, scarves and mittens. Bring a rug, blanket or chair if you’d like to sit during storytelling. 

Bring a shared item for the feast after ritual. Also your own plate, cup and utensils. If it’s cold, we’ll have cider. 

Please bring food donations for Safeplace. This is the time of year when shelters and those in need are often forgotten.