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Teen Earth Magic - June 15-20, 2015 - download our reg form and brochure


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Teen Earth Magic - photos and essays

Teen Tree-Climbing Workshop
Teen Earth Magic Photos - Page 1
Teen Earth Magic Photos - Page 2
Teaching Magic to Teens - an essay
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Teen Earth Magic

An intensive retreat for teens and young adults age 13-25

Next California TEM - June 15-20, 2015 - Download our reg form and brochure

Teen Earth Magic looks ahead to our eighth annual youth retreat in Northern California.

Camp is open to anyone who will be 13-19 anytime this year. Young adults age 19-25 can apply to be part of our Mentors Path.

For more information on this year's camp, contact us.

In mid-June in recent years, Teen Earth Magic has gathered in the woods of Northern California to deepen our relations with the Earth and with one another. Thirty young people and a half-dozen teachers came together last year at Camp Epic in wooded rolling hills near Nevada City (in the Sierra foothills).

Teen Earth Magic is an intensive magical and activist retreat taught in the Reclaiming tradition - a focused workshop that includes ritual, earth activist skills, labyrinth work, encounter groups, and a lot more. Be ready to laugh work, create, play, sing - maybe all at the same time.

Come together with other young people who care about the world. Folks from a number of communities around the Reclaiming network will be taking part. Group-building and trust exercises are part of our work, and we hope to create lasting connections.

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Once again we'll pack in a week's worth of workshops and other activities, ranging from nightly rituals to personal transformation work to a swim in a local river or lake to discussions about political commitment.

These Reclaiming teens' retreats are organized by teachers from Witchlets in the Woods family camp, with the support of parents and site-owners.

Teachers have included Riyana, George, Jason, Jude, Allison, Aaron, Abel, Captain, Eddy, Sid, Sophie, Trillium, Lindsey, Meagan, Sam-Madrone, and Seneca.

For more information, contact us.

Click here for photos from Teen Earth Magic!

Photos by Luke Hauser, Jason Johnson, and Jada Faye


You can help make this dream real! Your support of Teen Earth Magic can make a huge difference in bring our youth together. Please support our teen's retreat by donating today!

For more information, contact George, george@directaction.org


Luke Hauser (aka George Franklin) is a freelance parajournalist in the service of the Goddess and planetary revolution. His photo-filled book Direct Action is an historical novel about Bay Area protests.
Photos 2009 by RQ. Please do not copy, reproduce, fold, spindle, mutilate, or otherwise use them without written permission. Thanks!


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