Join Us in October...
Theme: Witchcraft in The Berkshires: Modern Witchcraft for Today's Lives
Date: Monday, October 24, 2022
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Venue: Fire House Cafe and Bistro
Address: 47 Park St, Adams, MA 01220
Cost: $45 non-members, $35 members, cash bar
(If you haven't renewed your membership, you can do that now and get the discounted event rate)
Menu: Chicken piccata, Beef sirloin au jus, Vegetarian polenta ratatouille (vegan and gluten free)
REGISTRATION HAS ENDED
Registration Deadline: October 16, 2022
Fall is right around the corner and we are stirring up a witchy themed membership event for October that you won't want to miss. We'll be at the hot new Fire House Cafe and Bistro on Monday, October 24 from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm to get a special meal curated by Chef Xavier Jones.
Our program for October will feature Kira Staubach-Smith, witch and owner of Shire Alchemy, and Danielle Munn, eclectic witch and owner and founder of Witch Slapped. Shire Alchemy provides ancient magic for modern living by crafting products and services that lead us to healthier, less stressful, and more abundant lives. You won't want to miss this timely opportunity to learn more about witchcraft and local practices.
Enjoy dinner, meet new people, and learn something new. We can't wait to see you!
Registration for this meeting is now closed.
More about our Speakers
Kira Satubach-Smith is the Shire Witch, owner and creator of Shire Alchemy.
Shire Alchemy is your witchy guide to the world of modern witchcraft through the ancient art of magic, helping us craft healthier, less stressful and more abundant lives through connection with ourselves, our communities, spirit and the natural world.
Danielle Munn is the owner & founder of Witch Slapped, a witchcraft, metaphysical, and spiritual supply store in Pittsfield. She identifies best as Witch, Wife and Mother of 8. A transplant from the Boston area, she has resided in the Berkshires for 4 years. "My husband's side has resided here for several generations and I absolutely understand why they've felt so connected. The Berkshires is a paradise and I look forward to learn more about the area and community through this organization."