Save The Date!Next Women in the Woods: Dinner Thursday, August 20 through Lunch Sunday, August 23, 2015
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This past Women in the Woods was one of the best ever! No drama or trauma. Very mellow. The weather was perfect. The stars were bright. The waters were healing. The community we created for the weekend was kind and … Continue reading
This year’s Women in the Woods was a stellar event. Our first legal lesbian wedding, karaoke, song circles, drumming, laugh yoga, great food, thunder, lightening, rain, conversations, no drama, hot water, steam, deer, dragonflies, talent and no talent show. And … Continue reading
With all that is happening in the world today, you need a long weekend with Women in the Woods. Share the joy, share the sadness and connect with your peeps. Get your registration in for 2013.
It’s PRIDE weekend. Festival noon to 6pm Saturday and Sunday, parade Sunday at 11 am. Women in the Woods has a booth space at P-1 parallel to Stark Street. Stop by, say hi, register for the event, hang out and … Continue reading
The Talent Show at Darcelle’s was a blast Sunday. It was a love fest for Pam. So good to see her out and about. The event raised some much needed dollars for her. Great talent and Brenda and her crew … Continue reading
Sunday, June 2, 3 pm at Darcelle XV. Just like at Women in the Woods, except with an awesome stage, lighting and sound equipment. This is a benefit for Pam Monette presented by Women in the City. 50-50 raffle, baskets … Continue reading
Tell us, what was the highlight for you at Women in the Woods 2012? Mine: Watching a couple dozen women, aged 45 to 75, dueling with each other. One group would sing a Campfire song the other group would counter … Continue reading
Just got word from Breitenbush about aggressive squirrels this year: marauding and attacking caches of food. You need to be vigilant about enclosed containers for any food you bring or your food will look like this.
Though it signals the end of summer, the time we relish and look forward to all year long is a mere 15 days away. It is a sold-out camp, there is tent space available in the meadow and there might … Continue reading