We are closing online registration, but we still wecome you to attend Sacred Harvest Festival. Bring cash or check and you can register at our gate between 9am and 7pm (see rates, this page bottom) . We are located at Atchingtan (click for google map) in Northern Minnesota near Finnlayson. Come for a day, a week (Aug 1st-7th), or a weekend packed with two concerts, two rituals, and a lineup of great workshops, and our strong tribal community! Click to see our Festival schedule!
San Francisco songstress Sharon Knight is a Celtic folk singer in leather armbands. She plays octave mandolin as if it were an electric guitar and sings as though she means to summon a storm. The music of Sharon Knight combines a love of antiquity and romance with an affinity for the haunting and melancholy, adds a hearty dash of feistiness, and reminds us that we can all see the world through the eyes of enchantment.
Sacred Harvest Festival is located at Atchingtan in Northern Minnesota near Finnlayson. Advance registration is available through Friday July 29th and at the gate. Come for a day, a week (Aug 1st-7th), or a weekend packed with two concerts, two rituals, and a lineup of great workshops, and our strong tribal community!
Sacred Harvest Festival 2016 Mon. Aug.1st - Sun. Aug.7th
Don't miss out on a week of tribal experience! Our Early Rate Registration Ends Tues. July 26th, Still A great rate at $75 for a weekend or $125 for the full week, and kids under 13 are FREE ! We will be finishing up site preparations this weekend with improved facilities and more shaded camping avaialable. You can register later or on site at our higher gate rate, but why wait, Register today!
We have added a Saturday night performance by the Leprechaun Pirates! Spend the week and enjoy our fabulous talent show, Friday night Rangoli Dance, and a series of engaginging rituals. Connect with our special guest presenters Dan and Sharon Stewart, Kahla Wheeler-Rowan, Jaimie Zaugg, Nels and Judy Linde, and Emrys Anu. We will be filling out our workshop schedule next week, but there is still time to offer your knowledge or talent.
Join us at Atchingtan, near Finnlayson, MN for the oldest and most beloved family friendly festival in the Midwest!
We are your People, ... Join Us !
Come Join With Harmony Tribe as we get ready for our festival!
New to our festival? Never visited Atchingtan before? Been coming for years and just looking for another reason to hang out with the Tribe?
Then head on up to Atchingtan for two weekends of helping to prepare the land for our festival. Exact tasks will be determined on site that weekend, but something can be found for people of all abilities. There will be a limited amount of food provided. So plan to bring things to share at meal time!
Next Weekend, from Jul 15 at 4 PM to Jul 17 at 2 PM : https://www.facebook.com/events/1585997858365856/
and Jul 22 at 4 PM to Jul 24 at 2 PM : https://www.facebook.com/events/1653339421654759/
Don't delay your registration! Rates go up on July 26th!
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Sacred Harvest Festival 2016 "Dreams and Bones"
Monday Aug.1st - Sunday Aug.7th
Please join us in our nineteenth year as we are planting roots, defining and recognizing our dreams, and embracing a home for our bones. We made the move to Northern Minnesota, helped clear the land, and built our village. We drum and dance into the night, create enriching rituals, and bask in our famous tribal community. This year we are free to bring our visions of the future, and bury the bones of the past. You will love our new home, Atchingtan!
This year we have special guest presenters Dan and Sharon Stewart, Kahla Wheeler-Rowan, Jaimie Zaugg, and Nels and Judy Linde! They offer a wide variety of workshops and rituals, and you can add yours!
We have many of our favorite events, the Rangoli dance, talent show, our famous rituals, and Saturday night, the "Leprechaun Pirates" !!!
We are your People, ... Join Us !
Our registration is now open! We have new registration fees which include kids 12 and under free! Please join us just 90 minutes North of Minneapolis in the woods of Atchingtan and help us celebrate our 19th year of Sacred Harvest Festival.
- Hello All!!It's getting to crunch time in planning what content will fill our magical week during SHF 2016 "Dreams & Bones." And now is the time when any thoughts, ideas, or feedback is really important to hear from all of you. Harmony Tribe is an organization with the sole purpose of Service to our Community. So let me hear what you've got!Visit our website at www.harmonytribe.org, and use our Contact Harmony Tribe link on the Left menu to send me your thoughts. Use the subject title "Steward" so that I get it personally; I read everything you send!It's gonna be a Great Year!!!DomynoHarmony Tribe Steward
The next Council meeting is fast approching, and all are welcome! Our meeting agenda is posted, and can be access by clicking on the left menu item under the Navigation section's 'Next Council Meeting." If there is anything not already listed in the agenda, but you'd really like to see something address by the tribe, or if you're just interested in leaving some feedback for us - we love feeback! - please use the forums as an HT member, or use the Contact link if your not yet a member.
With this year's Theme being "Dreams & Bones", we at Harmony Tribe would like to ask the community for any potential artwork submissions! Any one can submit inspired visual artwork to HT via the website Forums, or for those who aren't paid members yet, you can submit via the Contact form found on the left menu.
The deadline for submissions is Feb. 27th, 2016. We will vote on the artwork the following day during the Council meeting and pick a winner! Our Scribe, Arrow Rose Sigurdsson, has graciously offered to assist anyone who may have visual ideas, but need help with putting them to paper. You can send requests for her help via the above mentioned methods, or her facedbook profile under her name.
Thank you to all for your hard work and participation!
Date: August 1st - August 7th, 2016
Location: Atchingtan in Finlayson, MN
We have our Dates, and we have our Theme! Dreams & Bones! What dreams inspire you? What divinations drive you? What bones would you break, or work would you do in order to manifest those dreams? Who do you call on for help with your dreams; Ancestors? Deities? Elementals?
I can't wait to see what we learn, teach, and grow from during our Sacred time together! :)