Winter Solstice Party

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In Other Words says
Join the greater In Other Words chosen family for a fun, festive, feminist Winter Solstice night with music, food, and crafts. All of the magic of the "holidays" without the capitalism, racism, and patriarchy, and with some old time witchery added back in!

COMMUNITY ALTAR: Please bring a non-culturally appropriative item (i.e. no dreamcatchers or feathers if you are not Indigenous, no African images unless you are Black/African etc) that represents what Winter Solstice means to you, or a wish that you would like to cultivate in your life as the sunlight returns! Ideas include small art pieces, greenery (leaves/branches/pinecones), candles, stones/crystals, poems, cups, flowers, photos etc. Please no knives or other dangerous objects.

TAROT READINGS available from Feral Tarot!
https://www.facebook.com/FeralTarot/

READING/RELEASE of the first issue of Grand Mother zine:
"GRAND MOTHER is a seasonal portland, oregon based collective zine. It is a space for femme folx to gather and exchange images, ideas, and creations of all kinds. In order to build outside of ourselves, it is vital to build within ourselves - as individuals, and as a collective web. Who is your grand mother? Who or what created that which created you? Do you have many grand mothers? Through blood or spirit, presence or absence, who paved the path your spirit may now walk upon?"

MUSIC:
Sweeping Exits (glam punk)
https://sweepingexits.bandcamp.com/

The Ragshakers (ghost folk)
https://m.soundcloud.com/theragshakers/sets/live-the-blue-house-1

FOOD: we're workin' on it, wanna help? Vegan and gluten-free options will be included.

CRAFTS: we're workin' on it.

ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair accessible entrance (3 ft wide). No stairs in the space, one 2ft ramp between bookstore and library/community area. Stage accessible by a ramp on the right side. ADA-compliant gender neutral restroom, door 3ft wide. Service animals welcome. Transit accessible via 72 and 44 bus lines. If you need accommodations that are not listed, please message Claire Palermo (link to profile below).

SAFER SPACE POLICY: Please come prepared to respect our guidelines at http://inotherwords.org/about/safer-space-policy/

DOOR: Suggested $5 donation to In Other Words but NOTAFLOF (no one turned away for lack of funds).

ALL AGES. SOBER.
KIDS' CORNER w/toys and craft stuff available.

CONTACT: If you have questions, message Claire Palermo at https://www.facebook.com/claire.palermo
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