Harvest Homecoming

SAVE THE DATE

August 30 at 3:00 pm to September 2 at 3:00 pm

Programming on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Annual Church Meeting on Sunday
Scheduled event ends Sunday at 3:00
Continued “Casual Camping” (no programming) extended until Monday at 3:00 end time.

More information forthcoming

Work Weekend: Prep for Harvest Homecoming (2nd of 2)

August 23 at 3:00 pm to August 25 at 3:00 pm

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. We will be preparing the land for Harvest Homecoming–which is the following weekend.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated. If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch.

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher. Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

Orphanarium: Under the Sea

August 16 at 3:00 pm to August 18 at 3:00 pm

This is an adults only, independent burn event.

Even though this event is considered an “unsanctioned burn,” (not affiliated with the Burning Man organization) The Ten Principles of Burning Man are followed, including the informal eleventh principle of “Consent.”

Please join the Orphanarium Facebook Page for discussion and planning.

Registration and Fees

Registration Fee is $30.00 per adult.

Online Registration is Available until the morning of Wednesday August 14th. Then, At The Gate / On Site registration will be available.

After you register, you will see a dialog box with a link to the OSS Paypal to make your payments. If you need to access the PayPal link again at another time without having to go through the registration page, here it is:

Gate Hours

Friday 8/16: Gate opens 3:00 PM –Gate closed at 9:00 PM

Saturday 8/17: Gate opens at 9:00 AM–Gate Closes at 7:00 PM

Sunday 8/18: Event ends at 3:00 PM

Oak Spirit Sancutary’s Natural Laws

All visitors and event attendees are asked to follow the Natural Laws of Oak Spirit Sanctuary. Please review these prior to your arrival.

Camping at OSS

If you wish to camp before or after this event, please register and pay for your camping. Visit our Camping Page for more information

August Work Day (1st of 2)

August 10 at 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Work Days at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am and lasts until about 4:00 or 5:00 pm. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated. If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch.

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher. Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

July Work Day and Thunder Moon Lunar

July 20 at 9:30 am to 11:30 pm

Now and then a Work Day and Lunar are scheduled on the same day.

Schedule of Events:

9:30 Start of Work Day
12:30 or so–Lunch Break–Lunch provided by OSS
3:30 to 4:00 Wrap up the work day, get ready for the Lunar Events
4:30– 5:30: Year and A Day class
6:00: Community Potluck Meal
7:30: Ritual
Post-ritual: Community time around the fire

Work Day Information:

Work Days at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am. Since we will be having a Lunar, the work day will end in time for the Year and a Day Class.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated. If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch.

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher. Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Lunar Information:

All are invited to Lunar Gatherings at Oak Spirit Sanctuary. They are family friendly and FREE.

If you are new to OSS, attending a Lunar is a great way to “dip your toe” into events at OSS and visit the land.

Lunars are generally scheduled during the waxing moon phase on a Saturday closest to the upcoming full moon during months OSS is not hosting a larger, ticketed event.

Lunars are a one-day event with an afternoon class from the OSS educational series: “A Year and A Day,” for training and information in basic Neo-Pagan topics.

Class is followed by a pot-luck dinner. Please bring a pot-luck dish suitable for about 10 to 12 people with an ingredients list.

Ritual follows the Pot-Luck dinner

After the ritual, merriment and camaraderie around the evening bonfire complete the night’s observances. Bring your drums and acoustic instruments, and (adult) beverages of your choice.

If you would like to camp overnight, please visit the Camping Information and Registration page for more information. You may also register and pay for camping the day of the Lunar. Simply let OSS personnel know and they will help you out!

Note: OSS welcomes guest presenters. If you, as an individual or as part of a group, that is interested in presenting a community-oriented ritual at OSS, please contact us at info@oakspiritsanctuary.org

Midsummer Event

June 22 at 1:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Hosted by the Ida Plainmen

Step into the enchanted land of Oak Spirit Sanctuary as the Ida Plainsmen invite you to join us for Midsummer on June 22nd! Amidst the ancient trees and sacred groves, we’ll gather to celebrate the zenith of the sun and the profound magic of the solstice.

At the heart of our festivities lies the solemn yet stirring ritual of Baldr’s Funeral, where we’ll honor the Norse god of light and purity. Join us in bidding farewell to Baldr and welcoming the gentle descent into twilight, as we honor the eternal cycle of life, death and rebirth.

Mid-afternoon, when the sun is at its hottest and brightest, our ritual culminates in the blazing brilliance of a mighty bonfire. In this sacred flame, we’ll infuse the universe with fire and light energy, symbolizing the eternal spirit of Baldr and invoking warmth and vitality to hold off winter’s chill for as long as possible.

In the spirit of Midsummer, we invite you to bring gifts for Baldr, tokens of love and reverence to honor the divine and we encourage you to bring messages for loved ones who have passed, offering notes of remembrance and connection across the veil.

Whether you come as a seeker of ancient wisdom or a curious soul drawn to the magic of the solstice, Midsummer at Oak Spirit Sanctuary promises an experience of profound connection, community, and reverence for the natural world.

Join us as we dance in the flickering light of the bonfire, weaving together threads of past and present, and celebrating the eternal journey of life and spirit.

Schedule:

  • 1:00 Workshop
  • 3:00 Ritual
  • After Ritual into the evening: Potluck Dinner. Hamburgers and Hotdogs will be provided. Please bring a dish for 10 to 12 people with an ingredients list 

Although this event itself is free, if you wish to camp overnight, regular camping fees apply.

Please visit the Camping Information page linked here to register and pay for your camping.

Family Beltane

May 11 at 1:00 pm to 11:00 pm

This is a one-day Beltane event that is free and child/ family friendly.

Children are welcome to “dress up” in any costuming or attire that they wish!

Schedule

1:00 pm Arrival Time

1:30 Field Games

3:00 pm Scavenger Hunt

4:00 pm Maypole dance

5:00 pm Community Potluck

6:30  Ritual

There will also be a “Slip-N-Slide” for cooling off!

What to Bring to this event:

A potluck dish suitable for 10 to 12 people with a list of ingredients

Swim wear (for the slip-n-slide)

Any amenities helpful for “day camping:” camp chairs, sunscreen and bug repellant, beverages, snacks and your own lunch food.

The event itself is free. If you wish to camp overnight, camping fees apply. Please visit the camping page at our website for more information and registration, or register on site with an event coordinator.

Camping at Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Temple Scarlet Retreat

May 24 at 7:00 pm to May 27 at 7:00 pm

The Temple Scarlet Retreat is an outside event (non-OSS) that is open for registration to all.

The Spring Retreat is a four day camping experience with classes, activities, rituals, and community fires. Classes and workshops cover topics like polyamory, sex magick, love languages, BDSM, tantra, trauma healing, deities of sexuality, body positivity, sex education, love and intimacy in all its forms.

Please click the image link below to visit the Temple Scarlet website for more information and registration links.

Temple Scarlet events are open to persons of all genders, sexualities, relationship styles and relationships statuses!




Beltane: Divine Empowerment: Stepping Through the Flames

An Adults (18+) Only Weekend Retreat

May 3 at 3:00 pm to May 5 at 3:00 pm

This special, adults only event is a time to explore your own divine empowerment and have fun while doing so!  Some activities,  workshops, and performances are “adult themed” giving you an opportunity to enjoy the more sensual side of this holiday.

Special Guest Performers and Presenters

Bill Duvendack

Right Reverend Bill Duvendack, a renowned astrologer and psychic, is an ordained Thelemic Bishop who has gained international recognition for his expertise in teaching magick, modern spirituality, and astrology. He regularly conducts classes and workshops on these subjects via webinars and at various venues across the country. For more information about Bill and his published works and classes: 418ascendant.com

Sugar Cyanide

 Enticing and entrancing, Sugar, casts an enchantment with every sway of her hip. Sugar Cyanide is a sizzling femme fatale born of the flames of magic and mystery.

Bewitching her way across the US. with her sultry fire performances and titillating burlesque dancing. Sugar can go from vixen to ingenue within a blink of an eye, the ultimate character performer, taking her audiences on an odyssey through Myth and fantasy.

Something Sacred

Luna Hawk, Justin Owen, and Tracy Owen make up this Columbia, MO based band.   Luna Hawk also performs solo and with friends. Something Sacred ranges in genres of medicine music from indie-folk to alt-metal. You can find them online at:

Luna Hawk Music 

Something Sacred

Also Featured at this Retreat:

  • Three Unique Rituals
  • Workshops 
  • Festival Games
  • Field Games
  • Traditional May Pole 
  • Community Potluck
  • Art Raffle
  • Bardic Fire Time
  • …..and more!

Pricing and Registration

Online Registration is now closed. At-The-Gate Registration is available at the registration booth.

  • Registration is for Adults Only (age 18 and older)
  • There is no entry to this event without paid registration.
  • Those who register online will receive an email closer to the event with more information and the schedule.
  • Printed copies of the schedule will be available at the event.
Early Registration Discount until end of Sunday April 15th Regular Registration from April 16 until midnight  Wednesday May 1stAt-the-Gate Registration
Full Weekend Event$55 per adult$65 Per Adult$70 per adult
Saturday Day Pass$30 per adult$30 per adult$35 per adult

What to Bring Especially for this Event

  • Snacks and Drinks for the Friday night Wine and Cheese Meet and Greet after the Friday night concert. (This is optional but appreciated.)
  • For Saturday: Please bring a potluck dish for about 10 to 12 people with a label for ingredients.  If you need help keeping your dish cold until time for the potluck, contact an event coordinator.  
  • Item for the Art Raffle: if you are an artist or craftsperson, a donation of an item for the Art Raffle is very much appreciated.
  • For Saturday’s main ritual: Costuming, garb, or ritual clothing (including a masquerade style mask) that expresses your sensual side, if this is something that would make you feel empowered, OR any other manner of ritual clothing that expresses your SELF in “divine empowerment.” OSS will have some masks available if you don’t have one. There will also be a face/body painting station if you wish to adorn and decorate yourself with paint. Your creativity is the only limit! These are suggested options, encouraged to fit the theme of “sensuality,” but are not required. Most importantly, we want you to be able to participate in the ritual in the way that feels authentic and empowering for you–however you choose to express that!

Gate Hours

Event opens at 3:00 pm on Friday May 3rd and event ends at 3:00 pm Sunday May 5th 

When you arrive please check in at the registration booth. 

Gate will close at 9:00 PM Friday and Saturday nights.

No entry from 9:00 pm unless other arrangements have been made by contacting info@oakspiritsanctuary.org.

Gate opens at 9:00 am Saturday and Sunday mornings, and registration will open at 10:00 am on Saturday.

Outdoor Camping is included with registration. 

For Saturday Day Pass attendees: setting up an EZ-Up or similar is allowed for “day camping.”

If you wish to reserve sleeping space in the retreat center, it is an additional $10.00 per person per night. Space is limited and you must provide your own bedding/cot/camping mattress. Contact: info@oakspiritsanctuary.org for inquiries.

The Basics of Camping at OSS

The grounds of OSS are open and do not have designated camping sites as one might expect at a state park campground. You may camp anywhere that is not a ritual or community space.  Tent, pull-behind campers, and drivable camping vehicles are all allowed.  

Camping is rustic: there are no electric or water hook-ups, no flush toilets.  Porta-potties are available on site. There is a shower house for hot showers, with both “open air” and a private stall available.

OSS does not offer trash disposal services. Please plan to remove your own trash and recycling.  Pets may attend but must be leashed and under control at all times.

If you have accessibility challenges and need more information about the grounds or amenities at OSS or how we can help you, please contact info@oakspiritsanctuary.org.

Ice will be available to purchase on site for $3.00 per bag.

Natural Laws of OSS

The “Natural Laws” is a document that describes the land use rules and personal conduct expectations for being on the OSS property. It is a “cliff notes” list summarized from the OSS comprehensive policy and procedures manual.

We appreciate your reading, and of course observation of, the Natural Laws.

**Natural Laws Document**

Questions? We have answers!

Please email info@oakspiritsanctuary.org

April Pink Moon Lunar

April 20 at 4:00 pm to 11:30 pm

All are invited to Lunar Gatherings at Oak Spirit Sanctuary. They are family friendly and FREE. Arrive and join in at any point in the schedule and leave whenever you need to. Please sign the attendance book at some point in the evening.

If you are new to OSS, attending a Lunar is great way to “dip your toe” into events at OSS and visit the land.  Please know that the land and retreat center (farm house) are rustic in nature.  Porta-potties are used for restroom facilities.

Lunars are generally scheduled during the waxing moon phase on a Saturday closest to the upcoming full moon during months OSS is not hosting a larger, ticketed weekend event.

Lunars are a one-day event with an afternoon class from the OSS educational series: “A Year and A Day,” for training and information in basic Neo-Pagan topics.

After class, potluck dinner follows, then a short briefing for the upcoming ritual (“ritual conspiracy”), then the ritual itself. Afterwords, merriment and camaraderie around the evening bonfire complete the night’s observances.

Schedule:

4:30–5:30:  Year and A Day class

6:00:  Community Potluck Meal

7:30:  Ritual

Post-ritual:  Community time around the fire


What to Bring to a Lunar

  • A pot-luck dish suitable for about 10 to 12 people with an ingredients list.
  • Drums, acoustic instruments, stories, songs, poems, jokes to share around the fire
  • If you drink alcoholic beverages, bring your own and imbibe responsibly
  • A camping or lawn chair or blanket for seating

If you would like to camp overnight, please visit the Camping Information and Registration page for more information
https://www.oakspiritsanctuary.org/camping/

You may also register and pay for camping the day of the Lunar.  Simply let OSS personnel know and they will help you out! 

Although lunars are free, donations are gratefully accepted a “donation cauldron” is available for free will donations. 

Note: OSS welcomes guest presenters. If you, as an individual or as part of a group, that is interested in presenting a community-oriented ritual at OSS, please contact us at info@oakspiritsanctuary.org

Sometimes, an OSS work day and Lunar Gatherings are held on the same day. Joining in for the work day is welcome but optional. If you work the day, camping is free for the evening.  If you come out only for the Lunar event and camp, please pay the appropriate fees for your camping.

June Work Day #2

June 29 at 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

This is the second of two work days in June. Summer months require a lot of upkeep!

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.  These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated.  If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch. 

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher.  Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

June Work Day #1

June 8 at 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

This is the first of two work days in June

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.  These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated.  If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch. 

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher.  Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

May Work Day

May 18 at 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.  These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated.  If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch. 

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher.  Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

April Work Weekend: Prep for Beltane

April 26 at 5:00 pm to April 28 at 5:00 pm

This is the second of two work days/weekends in April. The focus will be on getting ready for the Beltane event the following weekend. Come out on Friday after work and set up your campsite. Minor work may begin this evening, but the real workday begins the next day. Camp overnight to Sunday to wrap up the weekend’s work. Camping is free this weekend to those who are participating in the work days.

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.  These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated.  If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch. 

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher.  Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!

April Work Day

April 13 at 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

This is the first of two work days/weekends for April. The focus will be on getting Frog Bog up and running (as well as other tasks.)

Work Days and Weekends at Oak Spirit Sanctuary not only help with the upkeep of the land and facilities but are also a great way to get to know other people at OSS. Working together is a great way to build community.

There will be jobs and or projects for everyone regardless of capabilities. Please don’t think because you can’t do heavy lifting or swing an ax there is no way to contribute.

A Work “Day” is the Saturday of a weekend and usually starts around 9:30 am.

A Work “Weekend” spans Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.  These are scheduled before a few of the bigger events. Arrive when you can and stay as long as you are able.

Attendees are asked to check in with the work day lead, immediately upon arrival to the property. Be sure to sign the attendance book. (If you are new, ask anyone who has been to OSS before to show you where!)

A main dish is provided by OSS for the lunchtime meal for most work days unless otherwise indicated.  If you have food sensitivities, you may wish to bring your own lunch. 

Overnight camping is free for the day you participate in a work weekend.

Volunteering at a work day earns a $5.00 digital voucher.  Vouchers up to half off the registration price may be used for any OSS ticketed events. (Does not apply to outside events hosted at OSS.) Please remember to sign the attendance book so your attendance is recorded to be sure to get a digital voucher.

Work Days are an Opportunity to Visit Oak Spirit Sanctuary

Even if you are uninterested or unable to participate in the work day, these scheduled times provide a great opportunity to visit as there are folks present on the land, available to answer any questions you may have.

All are welcome!