Yes! TempleFest is open to the public, all are welcome.
TempleFest opens on Thursday 17 August 2017 at 5:00pm and closes on Sunday 20 August 2017 at 3:00pm.
Registration will open April 1st for Temple of Witchcraft students and members, invited presenters, and vendors. Registration will open to the general public on May 1st.
Registration Fee (includes all meal)
(Cost is per person for three nights)
Tent spaces will be limited, and ONLY released for purchase once the above lodging options are reaching capacity.
Yes. The registration fee includes all meals for the weekend, and the lodging fee is additional.
The Vendor fee for TempleFest 2017 is $100. We’ll be adding a link soon for vendor applications.
We heard you asking for showers and are happy to announce that the Sargent Center has bathrooms and showers!
Yes! TempleFest is a family-friendly event that includes children’s activities.
Sorry, but only registered service animals are allowed.
The TempleFest schedule of events will be announced on May 1st 2017
Volunteers are always welcome. More information coming soon.
Yes, free parking is available.
We strongly encourage a “carry-in / carry-out” policy. We recommend that ALL TempleFest participants bring:
- a water bottle; there are water refill stations available
- sunscreen and rain gear as appropriate
- bug repellent
- notebook and pen/pencil
- a drum for the drum circle (if you have one and choose to participate)
- a chair
You can bring a sleeping bag or bedding, or you can rent a set of bed linens for the weekend for $10.
The Sargent Center has cabins and yurts available. We will be looking into hotels in the area for those who would prefer a hotel room.
We encourage you to attend the festival in your best pagan or faery finery, especially for our ritual celebrations. But comfort is important too, so dress for the weather!
The festival goes on! You won’t melt, but we don’t guarantee that so bring an umbrella if weather is looking like it might get wet. There are indoor classrooms, as well as outside areas that we will be using.
Nature’s Classroom at the Sargent’s Center has a paved road to the cabins and main classrooms that you can walk on. Cars will not be allowed to drive around while the festival is open. Terrain is still a little uneven getting in and out of cabins, and through the wooded areas to the fire pit and yurts.
Food is included in the cost to attend TempleFest.
The meal plan will include dinner on Thursday, breakfast/lunch/dinner on Friday and Saturday, and breakfast/lunch on Sunday. The menu has not been determined yet, but we will be offering vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free options as much as possible.
TempleFest T-shirt are ONLY AVAILABLE by Pre-order.
When you register for the event, if you would like a t-shirt, please order it during your registration. There will be no opportunities to order a T-shirt after you have registered. Ordering for the T-Shirts closes on or around July 15th 2017 in order to ensure that they are printed and shipped on time.
***There will be NO T-shirts available to buy onsite***
Please bring your own water bottle. Water will be available at refill stations. If you forget your water bottle, you can purchase one from the Temple Store.
Yes! But please be aware that the terrain is grassy and can be slightly uneven. We regret that we cannot make special accommodations, but the land and location of TempleFest impose certain restrictions.
The Sargent Center has a maximum capacity of 250 people. If we do not reach this number by the time registration closes, we will release some tickets to attend the Lammas ritual on Saturday. The cost for only attending the ritual is $25.
Smokers, please be respectful of nonsmokers and only use the designated smoking area. If you do bring alcohol to the festival please keep it for your personal use only and be mindful that TempleFest is a family-friendly event. Alcohol and/or tobacco are not permitted at the sacred fire area or in ritual space except for ceremonial purposes as arranged by the ritual leaders. Illegal drugs are prohibited.
Aries Ministry will be providing general security.
Templefest and the Temple of Witchcraft is not responsible for any belongings or valuables left unattended.
We will be updating information as it becomes available.