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Saturday, March 26 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Emerging Queer Hearth-Clans

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Emerging Queer Hearth-Clans in Contemporary Paganism: Their Development and Nurturance. Are you a bold intrepid soul? Are you curious about how to grow a healthy sustainable family of choice? Just what is a Queer Pagan? What do we have to offer in regards to building thriving human communities? In this workshop we will consider such things as: Healthy Sizes for Human Groupings, Sacred Sexuality, Multiversal Worldviews, Multiple Gender Expressions, etc. We invite you to join us to explore these and other Mysteries. Donald and Mark Engstrom-Reese are husbands and Queer Heathen Witches. They have been committed to the growing and nurturance of healthy extended families in Paganistan for many years.


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Donald L. Engstrom-Reese

I am, among other things, an artist, gardener, Heathen Witch, and vitki. I have been consciously involved with Mystery and the Spirit Peoples for over thirty years. My life is an active every changing balance between the wild, the domestic, art, gardening, the runes, Queer Spirit, Hedge-witchery, hiking, deep dreaming, spirit visioning, cooking, clan-hold magics and the exploration of the sacred realms of sex and pleasure. | | I begin each... Read More →
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Mark J. Engstrom-Reese

Mark is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a private practice in St. Louis Park, MN and a researcher at the Univeristy of Minnesota studying the stress related to caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. He has been involved in the local pagan community since 2000 and holds a third degree in two local traditions. He is a member of Earth Conclave and Paganistan Reclaiming.


Saturday March 26, 2011 10:30am - 12:00pm
Spring Room

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