Ostara is a wiccan holiday and one of the eight Sabbats. Ostara celebrates the spring equinox. The word Ostara comes from the Anglo-Saxon goddess name, Eostre. Eostre represented spring and new beginnings.
The celebration of spring is present in many ancient customs, across all cultures, and it seems that Wicca has borrowed from many of them for Ostara. Like many other spring celebrations in other cultures, Ostara symbolizes fertility, rebirth, and renewal. This time of year marked the beginning of the agricultural cycle, and farmers would start planting seeds.
We welcome you to attend this ceremony and partake of the energies of this powerful day in the Wheel of the Year!
Prerequisite: None, Open to the general public.
- 1.5 hour ceremony
- Investment: $25