Children gather at the foot of an old woman in a rocking chair, excited to hear her spin magical tales. A goose, named Fooble, gently clucks in the old woman's lap. The white haired witch adjusts her bonnet and reading glasses and clears her throat... it's time for Mother Goose to share the ancient art of Pagan storytelling...
The Mother Goose Circle is designed for (but not limited to) kids aged 3-13, and will introduce your children to the world of spell-casting, divination, circle casting and magical children's stories, told as only Mother Goose can tell them.
All children must be accompanied by an adult companion while they are learning the lessons brought by Mother Goose and Fooble.
Please bring your children and join in the fun.
There is no charge for participation.
Mother Goose can be found at various Pagan Pride Day and community sabbat circle events. Upcoming events will be anounced on Crone's Hollow facebook page.
Mother Goose reads these books.
Interview with TaMara
- By Christopher Blackwell
The storyteller had an important place in ancient times, for they told the ethics of the tribe, the history and even stories of the gods. We are seeing the old tradition come back as some modern Pagans tell the stories that will guide our children.
One such storyteller is TaMara in Salt Lake City who tells the stories of the season for the young Pagan children and she does it for free. Always a sucker for a good story, I asked for an interview to get the story behind the Mother Goose Circle. She graciously gave me some of her time.