Bloom Time

our garden sanctuaries ...  next session Sunday 7th June 2020

about this afternoon session

Due to the current Coronavirus prevention practices. this Sunday Session is being transferred to live streaming format.

Streaming will be about 30 mins through Facebook Live from our  Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth Gardens Facebook Page. You do not need to be a Facebook member to watch! This is the all public link ...

About ...

Discussing our garden sanctuaries that are very much in Bloom now. Or where to go if you do not have a flower garden. Ireland's Bloom Festival is cancelled this year, but we can still enjoy a bloom feast in various ways to serve sanctuaries, smiles and happy inspirations.

Invitation to Contribute ...

Invitation to add your own Facebook Live feed, or pre-recorded video to share here after 2:45pm. Please message me in advance to arrange before posting, so I can arrange a playlist.

Your Content can be about your explorations and discovery about water folklore and divination. This can also be in the form of poetry and stories about this folklore. 10 minute slots maximum. At this point no commercial advertising content though do briefly mention your web site if you have one. Thank you for your help with this

Itinerary ..

2:00  Bloom Time live stream through Facebook Live
2:45 Your contributions

This is one of our exclusive themed sessions based on my books Bathing In The Fae's Breath, Bathing With The Sheela, Bathing Your Roots, Bathing Among The Aislings. 

Donations welcome, please, towards to help us replace Labyrinth Gardens plants and ongoing maintenance, repairs, and visitor insurance, Please donate here

Or subscribe to us from $1, €1, £1 per month as a Patron, box link below

Please RSVP for this event  through one of the links below ... 

RSVP on MeetUp - link added later
RSVP on Facebook  - link added later
RSVP on Songkick  - link added later
RSVP on Eventbrite  - link added later

If you cannot visit, in addition to the Live Stream on Facebook, I post an archived version on Patreon, and then public on YouTube a few days later.

A Video Archive of past Sunday Sessions is here ...   


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