August 19th, 2018
The Image of the Witch
The word “witch” is full of historical and cultural complexity. Come and express the many images and ideas of witchcraft. What is the story of your craft? How has your understanding of changed throughout your life?
For more information, please visit our Classes page.
You are invited to join
the Vancouver Reclaiming Yule Ritual
at Trout Lake Picnic Shelter (SE side of lake)
Thursday, December 21, 7:00pmSee ritual page for more information
All feedback on 2017 Samhain Ritual and Spiral Dance most welcome here:
Your feedback helps to shape the ritual to serve the community well.
Samhain and Spiral Dance 2017
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Doors open 5:45 PM
Newcomers Infosession 6:00 PM
Ritual 7:00PM to 10:00 PM
(Doors close at 7:00PM)
Maritime Labour Centre
1880 Triumph Street
Reclaiming rituals are drug-, alcohol- and fragrance-free.
Information about the ritual or to volunteer, contact email@example.com
For full details see RITUALS page or our Facebook event
Learn more about Samhain, The Witches’ New Year
2017 Public Imbolc Ritual (Skyclad)
Hey! Don’t forget the Public Imbolc Ritual is coming up on February 5th, 2017. The Ritual will be in and around the hottub at Templeton Pool in Vancouver. For more information visit the Ritual Page or check out the Facebook event!
Come chat and share a brew with Reclaiming Witches. Learn more about the Reclaiming community and join our monthly talks on a wide range of Witch and Magick related topics. For more information about the monthly topics and contact info, please see the post on the Meet-up page.
The SnowGoddess has other plans… our ritual is cancelled due to snow.
Bright Solstice and Yuletide Blessings to all !
Sunday, Dec 18/016, 6:30pm, Britannia, Canuck Family Room, 2nd Floor
“Held in the stillness of the longest night, We hear the dark mother’s hum and awaken to light.”
For more information pls visit the Ritual Page
Want to chat with Witches about living during these transformative and exciting times all while enjoying some nice tea and tasties?
Join us at our December Coffee Cauldron! Click here for more information!
As part of our work in the organizing committee we aim to make the event as accessible as possible. We welcome your suggestions for creating a ritual that is more inclusive regarding physical accessibility, age, class, ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation or other. Also if you identify as indigenous, black, mixed or a person of colour (IBMPOC) please let us know and we invite you to share your feedback from attending the ritual.
Click here to participate in the survey.