Imbolg / Imbue (Ritual and Drum Circle)

Imbolg / Imbue (Ritual and Drum Circle)

Ritual and drum circle celebrating the season.

Saturday, February 8, 2014 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm

Imbolg / Imbue (Ritual and Drum Circle)

Date: Saturday, February 8, 2014

Our celebrations consist of 2 parts. First there is a drum circle from 7 until 8 (, and then a participatory ritual from 8 until 10 ( You can go to one, the other, or both.

People can come and go as they please for the drum circle, but we hope that people who arrive for the ritual will stay until the end.


Doors open for the drum circle at 7 pm.

People should arrive for the ritual by 8 pm so we can get started shortly after. Once the ritual starts, if you must arrive late, please enter quietly and wait to be let into the circle.

Location: The beautiful MIT Chapel, on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA at Mass Ave & Amherst St., MIT Building W15 (

Price: $5.

In the darkness, our seeds slumber. Full of potential, they wait for a sign that conditions are right for beginning the journey towards fruition. The time is not yet right for awakening them because it is too early for planting, but just right for planning for the future. Come join us as we imbue our inner seed with our dreams for the future, reminding it of its divine purpose, letting it know that it won't be long before it is time to stir from slumber, and preparing it for the journey ahead.

You may bring your own seeds to be charged, but seeds will be provided. We will bring them back for our ritual in March when we will actually plant them.

This is an open public ritual. It is intended both for those curious about Paganism and for practicing Pagans. All participants are equally welcome.

This event is drug and alcohol free.

Live music provided by Martin Case (


The MIT Chapel (W15) ( is the cylindrical building with an odd spiky thing on top near the MIT Student Center. Get to 77 Mass. Ave. on the side opposite the MIT entrance with the pillars and walk west, away from the pillars, towards dorm row -- the chapel will be on your left. If you get to Kresge Auditorium (the building that looks as if you could ski off it), you've gone too far. If you notice a large inflatable grub-like thingy to your left, you have definitely gone much too far.

Parking is available in the Chapel Turnaround: "Parks 20 cars and is for use with Chapel events. Turnaround is located on Amherst Street just after the Chapel." (