The Earth and Sky Pagan Campout
Friday July 27–Sunday July 29, 2018
23301 NE Redmond-Fall City Road ~ Redmond, WA
Please join us for a weekend of rustic camping, workshops, musical performances, rituals presented by Cascadian Sean Ciall and OLOTEAS, and vendors in a magickal wetlands setting. Event will also feature: Bardic Circle ~ Indoor Pool ~ Outdoor Hot Tub ~ Aphrodite/Pan Shrine, and more!
Watch here for updated 2018 schedule information as it becomes available.
The Earth and Sky Pagan Campout is a fee registration event. Event staff and volunteers are also asked to make a minimum site fee donation. All proceeds beyond event expenses support the Longhouse site.
- Discounted mail-in registration is now open! (Download the form)
- You can also register via PayPal by using the "Donate" button on the Donate to OLOTEAS page. After you enter the donation amount (see below) and log in to PayPal, you MUST click the "Add special instructions to the seller" link and note 1) that you are registering for ESP and 2) the names (craft names OK) and ages of those you are registering. If that info is not included we will not know what the money is for and your name will not be on the pre-registration list at the event!
- Or pre-register in person at an event, or register at the festival door.
Until May 1
$40 adults all weekend $15/day
$15 ages 13-17 all weekend $7/day
$8 ages 5-12 all weekend $4/day
under 5 free
May 1-June 15
$45 adults all weekend $18/day
$25 ages 13-17 all weekend $8/day
$12 ages 5-12 all weekend $5/day
under 5 free
June 15-July 15/door
$60 adults all weekend $20/day
$30 ages 13-17 all weekend $10/day
$15 ages 5-12 all weekend $5/day
under 5 free
A note about pets:
~ Due to allergy and wildlife concerns, only service animals are allowed on site.
~ Karol will be vending food on Saturday and Sunday. Menu, prices, and times she will be vending will be posted here closer to the event.
What to Bring:
Your own camping gear (tent, bedding, plates, utensils, cookware, flashlight, etc.), your own food (Albertson's grocery is nearby) or money to take advantage of food service, refillable water bottle, and anything else you will need for park-like camping! There will be showers available. Clothing-optional pool and hot tubs on site ~ bring your own towel. Sunscreen, bug repellant, and camp chairs recommended. Drums or other instruments, body adornments for the ritual/weekend, and contributions of music, poetry, or readings to participate in the Bardic Circles welcome.
Site/Events Culture Notes ~ Please Read:
~ This event is created and presented in perfect love and perfect trust; the site will be considered sacred space throughout the event. Event attendees may attend as many or as few of the scheduled activities as they choose. Any participant who violates the safety of the space or others, or violates the law, will be asked to leave immediately. No alcohol, firearms, or federally illegal drugs are allowed on site. (We've been asked about onsite medical marijuana use. If you have a prescription, you may partake in your own vehicle. Sharing with others or open use onsite is not allowed. Thank you for your understanding.)
Here's our 2017 Schedule to give you a taste of what the weekend looks like...
Friday, July 21
12:00 pm Site opens for vendor set-up
3:00 pm Site opens
5:30 pm Bring-your-own picnic dinner
6:30 pm Ritual: OLOTEAS Opening Circle
7:00 pm Ritual: Sean Ciall "Creation"
8:30 pm Bardic Circle (with Kimberly)
10:00 pm Quiet Hours begin
10:00 pm Silent meditation at the Lady Shrine (with Stephanie)
Saturday July 22
10:00 am Ritual: Sean Ciall "Destruction"
12:00 pm Workshop: Prison Ministry (with Jane and Stephanie, and Moss from Circle of Coll)
1:00 pm Reading: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn from 'Wind in the Willows' (with Meghan from Emerald Grove)
1:30 pm Kids' Workshop: Wheel of the Year & Lughnasadh (with Growing Up Pagan)
1:30 pm Workshop: Introduction to Shadow Work and its Application to the Informational Model of Magic (with Rich from Sean Ciall)
1:45 pm Children's Bardic (with Aileen from Growing Up Pagan)
3:00 pm Workshop: Lughnasadh: Harvest As Sacrifice (with Cyndie-Lea from Sean Ciall)
5:00 pm Workshop: Past Life Regression (with Cassie from the ATC)
8:00 pm Ritual: Sean Ciall "Transformation"
10:00 pm Quiet Hours Begin
Sunday July 23
10:30 am Workshop: Quaker Pagan Meeting for Worship (with Laura)
11:30 am Workshop: Uterus Users' Guide (with Stephanie)
1:30 pm Ritual: Everything is Energy (with Khari)
3:00 pm Strike Camp
4:00 pm Ritual: Closing Circle with Sean Ciall "Parting"
5:00 pm Doors close
Please observe these Site Rules during the ESP Campout
- Please keep noise to a conversational level between the hours of 10 p.m. and 9 a.m.
- No use of cameras or other picture-taking devices.
- No firearms, alcohol, or illegal drugs allowed on site. (We’ve been asked about onsite medical marijuana use. If you have a prescription, you may partake in your own vehicle. Sharing with others or open use onsite is not allowed. Thank you for your understanding.)
- No pets except service animals.
- The site is clothing-optional at this event—you may wear clothes or no clothes as you prefer.
- No personal fires allowed. Camp stoves are allowed in the Camping Spaces and Outdoor Kitchen.
- Supervise your children at all times. Children of all ages are welcome, but are present at the discretion and under the direct responsibility of their attending adults. The rituals may contain mature themes that may be inappropriate for some children.
- Shower (with soap) before entering pool or hot tubs. Be sure to wash off any body paint or adornments.
- In case of a medical emergency, call 911. In case of medical mishap, call for first aid using radios located at the registration booth, outdoor kitchen, or Longhouse front room. Self-service first aid (band-aids, etc.) are located in the Longhouse front room.
- Confine all sexual activity to the Aphrodite/Pan Shrine (ages 18+ only) and your personal tents/vehicles. No sexual activity in the pool or hot tubs.
- We ask that all who choose to see the weekends’ rituals participate, which means at minimum standing in the circle and being respectful of what is going on (no spectators).
- Out of respect for the dusk ritual, please do not enter or leave the site by car from 8:00 to 10:00 pm Saturday night.
- If you violate site rules or the law, the Event Staff reserve the right to expel you from the site.
For more information, please email us at OLOTEAS (at) oloteas (dot) org.
A Note About Children:
This site features a swimming pool, hot tub, and many natural outside features that pose potential risks for unattended children; therefore, children younger than the age of 13 MUST be under adult supervision at ALL times during this event. With respect to the pool, an individual adult may be responsible FOR NO MORE THAN 3 CHILDREN (those under 13). Other than the kids’ workshop and bardic, there are no organized children’s activities, although there are some games for kids.
A Note About Noise at the Longhouse:
The Longhouse requires that participants keep the noise level very low after 10:00 PM. Loud noise includes car alarms (so make sure your alarm is turned off), car muffler issues or backfiring (if your vehicle has issues, please park at the top of the hill parking lot), loud motorcycle engines (again, please park at the top of the hill parking lot), drumming or other music, and loud talking in the parking lot (voices carry over to the neighbors’ property). Also, please be considerate by entering and exiting the site quietly.
A Note About Parking and Carpooling:
Parking availability at the Longhouse is limited – please carpool if at all possible. Park near the outdoor "Registration" booth or along the stretch of the driveway near the outdoor kitchen and stage areas. Please park close to the adjacent vehicle, but be considerate of vehicles displaying disability license plates or signs. Once at the site, due to limited space and potential number of participants, we advise that folks leave most personal belongings in their vehicles. There is no public transit option for the Longhouse, so if you are able to offer a ride or are looking for one, please feel free to post ride availability or requests to the OLOTEAS community email list or our Facebook group page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/oloteas/).
Take 520 eastbound to the Redmond Way/Fall City (WA 202) Exit. Turn right at the light at the end of the off ramp. Go approximately 5 miles on Redmond-Fall City Road. Driveway is on the right, 23301 (directly across from Guardwell Storage). If you pass Albertson's, you have gone about 100 yards too far. When you first pull into the drive you should immediately see a large wooden sign that says The Longhouse; if you don’t you are in the neighbors’ drive.
Our Lady of the Earth and Sky
Mailing address: 12345 Lake City Way NE #195 Seattle, WA 98125-5401
Event address: 23301 NE Redmond-Fall City Road, Redmond, 98053 (In 2017, except August)
Email: OLOTEAS (at) oloteas (dot) org