Summerland 2021 is virtual again!
Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not certain if our traditional home of Camp Clifton will be open at all during summer 2021. No matter: while we look forward to seeing you all again in person, we’re pleased to again offer a virtual edition of our festival.
Summerland 2021 will be a two-day virtual festival on Saturday and Sunday, August 14 and 15, featuring workshops on a variety of topics by presenters from across the country, a virtual bardic circle on Saturday evening, and a public ritual on Sunday evening to conclude our festivities.
Now accepting workshop proposals
Our theme this year is ‘Solitude and Connection’. While obviously this speaks to our current moment, as we begin taking steps to reconnect after over a year of a global pandemic (and we do welcome proposals on this topic!), we don’t intend to make this Summerland: Pandemic Edition. We’re looking for proposals that speak to one or both of these often-opposing forces in Our Druidry.
Proposals are due by July 9th. For more information, and to submit your proposal, visit our call for presenters.
Registration will open shortly!
Schedule of Workshops and Events
Schedule coming soon!
About the Summerland Festival
Summerland Festival is a long-standing Pan-Pagan Festival held every August at Camp Clifton, near Yellow Springs, Ohio. The folk are welcome to enjoy a variety of workshops, children’s activities, bardic open mic, and socialization, with the festival culminating with the main ritual on Saturday, followed by a pot luck dinner. Every year, there is music, laughter, and fellowship, in a comfortable, serene camp. The festival has played host to ordinations, initiations, and celebrations for many years, and we look forward to continuing this proud tradition through our second virtual festival, and beyond.
A Culture of Consent
Three Cranes Grove, ADF works within a culture of consent at all of our events. All attendees will be required to agree to our Code of Conduct during the registration process. There are also additional expectations for presenters, ritualists, and organizers within the policy. Additionally, a workshop on Consent Culture will be offered during the festival. All are encouraged to attend.