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Wic-Can Fest is a family friendly event with full dining, showers, and swimming facilities. Presentations are held outdoors, in large conference tents and inside large inviting rooms. There is a river where people can bathe, three large fire pits and the whole site is surrounded by large forested mountain areas. There is a nearly unlimited amount of camping space and a limited amount of shared indoor cabin accommodations (school camp style).

Wic-Can Fest offers a full schedule of workshops, lectures, demonstrations, concerts and rituals for you to choose from, or, alternatively, you can spend your time getting reacquainted with old friends, making new ones or enjoying solitude in the breath taking natural surroundings. We also host a cooperative childcare with a full schedule of activities ranging from nature walks to swimming to arts and crafts.

We promote and encourage a Technology-Free environment both to protect the privacy of attendees and to preserve the unique feel of our event, living as a Pagan village gathering.

The festival is ideal to connect, share learn from and network with members and elders in good standing of various magical paths. We invite you to explore the traditions we feature by taking part in a ritual or presentation. Every year, we feature many varied rituals and workshops, be they Rom, BTW, Ásatrú, Blue Star, Céilí Sídhe, Eclectic Wicca, Druidism, First Nations spirituality, Feri, Yoruba, Voodoo, Wiccatru and more.  Wic-Can Fest strives to provide an environment where one can become acquainted with the people of any given tradition, to make face to face contact and to learn directly from them. To experience the feel, the essence and the variety of diverse paths so that both seekers and more senior practitioners can make informed choices as to their spiritual evolution and learn and enrich their practice by making new connections and expanding their horizons.

Workshops include divination techniques of many kinds, aromatherapy, astrology, herbology, arts and crafts, alchemy, drumming, panel discussions on varied topics, belly dancing, yoga, to name but a few!

We host a Bardic competition offering free entry for the following year as a prize.

We are known for hosting Men’s and Women’s mystery rituals, fostering deeper understanding and a unique opportunity for many to work magic specifically centred on the things that make us different as men and women. These are also offered in varied traditional formats including Fam Trad.

We have fabulous and magical concerts, promote general merriment and occasionally provide a life transforming experience.

The festival grounds are orientated to mimic a village with a marketplace, concerts and rituals all around. Smaller villages have formed in response such as Booty Town, Ook Camp etc. Feel free to join or visit or create as many as you wish, it’s all in good fun and a great way to make new friends.

At night, we light the dancing fire where all gather to celebrate, drum, chant and dance until sun up.

Remember to bring money for the vendors, the diviners, and the food makers.  Let’s support our community with our purchases!

Create warm memories, walk the Labyrinth, dig in the dirt, let the children run free in the fields, the wood and howl at the moon, pick plants, bake bread, make a magical craft, help us welcome the land spirits for one last dance, share a warm bowl of stew, drum-drum-drum, dance at least 3 rounds around the sacred fire, sing and chant and witness Nature in all Her glory as She puts on Her red mantle.

So let us all gather: Witches, Vikings and Shamans, pirates, fairies, sprites, Pagans and Heathens of all traditions. Come learn, celebrate and revel in the magic of the Summer Solstice. We look forward to seeing all of you this June!


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