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« Topic Start: June 05, 2007, 08:29:52 pm »

I was wondering if anyone is going to the Harvest Home Gathering in Marlborough, CT (I know there are other New England Cauldronites around here somewhere). I've never been before, but it looks interesting- I guess they have a whole bunch of classes, and the current list of speakers is: Ronald Hutton, Ph.D., Margot Adler, Lon Milo Duquette, Orion Foxwood, Lilith Dorsey, Jane Sibley, Jerrie Hildebrand, Dave Gulotta, Richard Kaczynski, Ph.D., Phil Farber, Ainsley Friedberg, Mark Sosnowski, Jen Hunter, Kirk White, Tannin Schwartzstein, Taylor Ellwood, Lupa and Utu.

So, has anyone been before, or planning to go this year?
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« Reply #1: June 05, 2007, 10:50:08 pm »

....and the current list of speakers is....

They have a very good mix of speakers -- with very little fluff.
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« Reply #2: June 05, 2007, 10:57:29 pm »

They have a very good mix of speakers -- with very little fluff.

I'm very excited for it. Plus, it's not until the fall, so I have plenty of time to read up and familiarize myself with all the speakers and their work.
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« Reply #3: June 05, 2007, 11:48:51 pm »

They have a very good mix of speakers -- with very little fluff.

It DOES look like a surprisingly good list of speakers.  I'd be particularly interested in hearing Hutton.

And Connecticut isn't THAT far away...  Hmmmmmm...

Hey, maybe we can all register together and get a Cauldron Cabin!   Wink
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« Reply #4: June 06, 2007, 06:15:54 am »

It DOES look like a surprisingly good list of speakers.  I'd be particularly interested in hearing Hutton.

And Connecticut isn't THAT far away...  Hmmmmmm...

Hey, maybe we can all register together and get a Cauldron Cabin!   Wink

Ah, I wish! I plan to stay in a cabin, but I know no one in the pagan community anymore. (Not that I ever really did, honestly.) I'm hoping it'll make me be social. Shocked
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« Reply #5: June 06, 2007, 09:24:05 am »

I was wondering if anyone is going to the Harvest Home Gathering in Marlborough, CT (I know there are other New England Cauldronites around here somewhere). I've never been before, but it looks interesting- I guess they have a whole bunch of classes, and the current list of speakers is: Ronald Hutton, Ph.D., Margot Adler, Lon Milo Duquette, Orion Foxwood, Lilith Dorsey, Jane Sibley, Jerrie Hildebrand, Dave Gulotta, Richard Kaczynski, Ph.D., Phil Farber, Ainsley Friedberg, Mark Sosnowski, Jen Hunter, Kirk White, Tannin Schwartzstein, Taylor Ellwood, Lupa and Utu.

So, has anyone been before, or planning to go this year?

That sounds really cool. Unfortunately, I know I won't be able to get away for something like that, but man only a two hour drive - Tempting
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« Reply #6: June 06, 2007, 04:59:44 pm »

Ah, I wish! I plan to stay in a cabin, but I know no one in the pagan community anymore. (Not that I ever really did, honestly.) I'm hoping it'll make me be social. Shocked

Just a general comment on the thread title: I'm probably one of the only ones who read "Harvest Home" and immediately heard Bette Davis croaking "It's agin the ways!"

Sounds like a very neat gathering, for sure. I just can't get Bette outta my head now.
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« Reply #7: June 06, 2007, 07:32:01 pm »

I'm hoping it'll make me be social. Shocked
It will, trust me.
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« Reply #8: June 06, 2007, 07:59:49 pm »

It will, trust me.
I spend more time talking to people during the four days of Heartland than I do during the other 361 days of the year

Grin Awesome. Cause I need help in the socializing department. Are you going this year?
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« Reply #9: June 06, 2007, 08:21:54 pm »

Are you going this year?
Doubtful
However, I (and very possibly, Mattie) will be at Lammasfest in August
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« Reply #10: June 07, 2007, 09:44:36 pm »

only a two hour drive - Tempting

I drive six hours to Heartland (used to be the same distance to PSG when it was in Wisconsin), two hours to various IOWAN events in Des Moines, and four hours to Lammasfest
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« Reply #11: June 07, 2007, 09:57:56 pm »

planning to go this year?

My daughter is trying to talk me into the two of us going.

So, maybe...
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« Reply #12: June 08, 2007, 11:24:37 am »

So, has anyone been before, or planning to go this year?
<huge long heartfelt sigh>

Four.  Thousand.  Kilometres.  And some change.  Less if I were a crow, but I'm not.

(Or 2500 miles, if you don't do metric.)

There are quite a bunch of folks in that general area that I'd love to meet in person.  But I don't think it'll be happening any time soon.

<'nother loud wistful sigh>

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« Reply #13: June 08, 2007, 12:45:17 pm »

So, has anyone been before, or planning to go this year?

I wonder how far it is from Philly?  I guess since it's about 3 hours from New York, I'd have to tack on a couple of hours.  Hah... and go Greyhound since I don't have a car up at school!

Still, I doubt I could go.  Cry  Junior year for film majors is busy, busy, and I just don't know what kind of time I'd have.  It sounds so much fun though!
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« Reply #14: June 08, 2007, 01:48:45 pm »

I was wondering if anyone is going to the Harvest Home Gathering in Marlborough, CT (I know there are other New England Cauldronites around here somewhere). I've never been before, but it looks interesting- I guess they have a whole bunch of classes, and the current list of speakers is: Ronald Hutton, Ph.D., Margot Adler, Lon Milo Duquette, Orion Foxwood, Lilith Dorsey, Jane Sibley, Jerrie Hildebrand, Dave Gulotta, Richard Kaczynski, Ph.D., Phil Farber, Ainsley Friedberg, Mark Sosnowski, Jen Hunter, Kirk White, Tannin Schwartzstein, Taylor Ellwood, Lupa and Utu.

So, has anyone been before, or planning to go this year?

I got an email about this a few days ago.  It sounds interesting.  As far as I know, I would be able to go, the only problem would be getting there and back as I'm not sure if I will have gotten my driver's license yet.  I'm aiming for getting it sometime this summer, but there's no guarantee.
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