Eight Winds 2017

Eight Winds 2017
July 13-16, 2017 ~ Trout Lake Abbey

Join us for a weekend of community, learning, creativity and connecting with the outdoors.
This event is open to all Druid, Heathen, Pagan and other open-minded guests.

We’re thrilled to announce our featured guests

Lupa Greenwolf

Lupa is a naturalist pagan author, hide and bone artist, and nature-lover in the Pacific Northwest. She is the author of several book on nature spirituality, and the creator of the Tarot of Bones. She may be found online at http://www.thegreenwolf.com
Shauna Aura Knight

An artist, author, ritualist, event organizer, and spiritual seeker, Shauna travels nationally offering intensive education in the transformative arts of ritual, community leadership, and personal growth. She is passionate about creating rituals, experiences, spaces, stories, and artwork to awaken mythic imagination. Find out more about Shauna on her website
Phaedra Bonewits

Phaedra Bonewits is a High Priestess and occultist muddling through the 21st century. She co-wrote ‘Real Energy: Systems, Spirits, and Substances to Heal, Change, and Grow’ with her late husband, Issac Bonewits. These days, Phaedra is working with the Rowan Tree Pagan Spiritual Community of Medford, OR and sharing her many years of knowledge with us all. You can find out more about Phaedra on her website: Neopagan.net.
Rev. Kirk Thomas

Kirk Thomas joined ADF in 2001 and was ordained as a priest in 2004. From 2010 to 2016, Thomas served as the fifth Archdruid of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF). In 2015, Thomas published “Sacred Gifts: Reciprocity and the Gods” – a study of sacrifice in Indo-European religions. He has been doing prison ministry, including going into a prison, since 2009. You can find out more about Rev. Kirk Thomas on his website – druidkirk.org

Registration Fees
Adult Weekend Registration – $40
Adult Weekend Food Plan – $60
Child Weekend Registration – $20
Child Weekend Food plan – $30

Meal Plans must be reserved by July 5th.

Child fees apply to children 4 years to 12 years old. Adults are considered 13+ years old.
Children under 3 years old attend for free.  Food plan fees still apply.

Meals are catered by Pipin’ Hot Smokers BBQ

These fees only apply to Camping.
If you’d like to stay in the on-site accommodations at the Abbey, please contact Rev. Kirk Thomas at druidkirk@gmail.com.

Submit a Workshop
Register as a Vendor

Have questions? Send an email to ADFNWEvents@gmail.com.


NOTE: We’re finalizing the details on the workshops and
will update this page when we have subjects for the workshops.


3:00 pm – Site Opens
6:00 pm – Dinner
8:00 pm – Opening Ritual


9:00 am – Breakfast
10:30 am – Workshop with Shauna Aura Knight
Noon – Lunch
1:30 pm – Prison Ministry workshop with Rev. Kirk Thomas
4:00 pm – Ritual Participation Skills with Phaedra Bonewits
6:00 pm – Dinner
8:00 pm – RDNA Ritual


9:00 am – Breakfast
10:30 am – Naturalist Paganism with Lupa Greenwolf
Noon – Lunch
1:30 pm – Workshop with Shauna Aura Knight
4:00 pm – The Tarot of Bones with Lupa Greenwolf
6:00 pm – Dinner
8:00 pm – Ritual
9:00 pm – Auction

Site closes at NOON on Sunday

Workshop Descriptions

Ritual Participation Skills by Phaedra Bonewits
The priest, priestess, or ritual facilitator in your magical or religious ceremonies can’t do everything themselves! Starting from the premise that ritual is a participatory activity, not a spectator sport, Phaedra will lead an exploration of the ways you can intensify your ritual experience. Something for everyone, whether they’ve been to five hundred rituals or none.

Naturalist Paganism by Lupa Greenwolf
You don’t have to believe in the supernatural in order to be pagan! In this workshop we’ll discuss how to find magic in the mundane, how science can inform spirituality, and reignite the physical world with wonder and awe.

The Tarot of Bones by Lupa Greenwolf
This unique divination set combines the messages of nature with the archetypes of tarot. You’ll learn how the deck was created, and how to get the most out of its use.



Dinner: Spaghetti with marinara sauce; Italian sausage; Green salad; Dinner rolls; Vegetarian sauce


Breakfast: Eggs; Potatoes; Bacon; Tortillas; Variety of cereals; Fruit; Granola Bars; Yogurt
Lunch: Sandwich bar with vegetarian options; Fruit; Salad
Dinner: Grilled Chicken breast; Portobello Mushrooms; Rice; Asparagus; Green salad; Dinner rolls


Breakfast: Eggs; Potatoes; Sausage; Tortillas; Variety of cereals; Fruit; Granola Bars; Yogurt
Lunch: Sandwich Bar with vegetarian options; Fruit; Salad
Dinner: Taco Bar with vegetarian options

Leftover breakfast items

Site closes at NOON on Sunday

Eight Winds is organized by the Northwest Region of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) and, as such, has a strict anti-discrimination policy.  Staff and attendees can expected to be treated with respect no matter what their race, color, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, level of ability, theology, or any other category that may be used to discriminate against any group of individuals.  Any discrimination- or hate-oriented language or behavior will be considered discrimination.

Staff and attendees are also responsible for their own behavior and interactions.  Any attendees who are found discriminating against other attendees or staff members, or who break the rules of the campsite or the event may be removed from the event. Any staff members who are found discriminating against attendees or staff members, or who break the rules of the campsite or the event will be subject to discipline by AD