Everyone: A camp chair, clothing appropriate for the weather and shoes appropriate for hiking, sunscreen, insect repellent, a flashlight, water bottle or drinks, plates, cups, and eating utensils. 

Campers: A tent, sleeping bag / bedding, personal hygiene products, towel, washcloth, shampoo, soap or body wash, changes of clothes, etc.  Drinks and snacks.

Tent decorations: You might consider decorating your tent space. This can include banners, flags, solar lights, or other items of personal interest or that relate to groups / communities that you belong to.

Optional: Glow sticks, extra snacks, car chargers and backup battery packs for your phones and electronic devices, notebook and pen to take notes, and a drum or other percussion instrument for the drum circle.

Items for the Community Altar:  Items of personal significance to go on the community altar. 

Other:  Ritual garb, if you like.  Consider a costume / mask to wear to the Samhain Party.  Think nature deities and nature spirits - Faeries, Nymphs, Satyrs, Green Man, and so on.  Brink a pumpkin and carving utensils to make jack-o-lanterns for the Samhain party.

Covid Protection: Bring a face mask to protect yourselves and others during workshops, rituals, and other activities where we will be near others.  We will practice social distancing during activities.  Some hand sanitizer will be provided, but we suggest bringing a personal bottle for yourself.

Wish List: If anyone has an extra canopy tent, please bring this.  I have one 10 x 10 canopy, but we may need more if it should rain.  Thanks.