Tarot started as a game and a spirit of play can enliven and inform your tarot practice. We explore fun and useful things to do with tarot decks, and perhaps even try at a hand or two of Tarocchi!
All levels of interest and experience welcome!
This workshop runs from 7:00pm — 8:30 pm and is being held at the Mission Alchemy Event Space, 2601 Mission Street, San Francisco. We request that you preregister for the class.
Kick off the holiday season with a stop by the last WooFest of the year on Thursday, November 21, 2013, from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at Mission Alchemy Event Space. We’ll celebrate in a relaxed way that will make it all fun PLUS you’ll have a chance to get a jump on your holiday shopping!
We will have games, seasonal activities, schmoozing, a brief and lively talk on divinatory topic of interest from Joseph E Martin, refreshments and shopping!
Readings will also be available from the fabulous Thalassa and others.
Tarot Media Company will be there, tempting you with all kinds of books, decks, oracles, DVDs, and other divinatory goodies.
We’ll have some treats to share, and space for you to hang out and play with your new toys and spend time with old friends – and make new ones! There’s simply no better way to ease into the holidays!
WooFest is always a casual, fun event celebrating Tarot, oracles, divination, and the great people in our community with whom we share these interests,! There’s no cover charge – we want everyone to feel welcome!
This introduction to beginning Lenormand readings will include how to read 2, 3, 9- card readings as well as beginning the Grant Tableau.
All levels of interest and experience welcome.
This workshop runs from 1:00pm — 4:00 pm and is being held at the Mission Alchemy Event Space, 2601 Mission Street, San Francisco. We request that you preregister for the class.
About Marcia McCord:
“As life is comical, so might tarot be. As life is sacred, so might tarot be. As life is dignified, undignified, crystal clear, clear as mud, joyous, dark, sad, light, inherently good, fatally faulted, profane and revered, so might tarot be.”
Marcia McCord reads Tarot professionally. She is also a student, teacher, creator and collector of cards, cats and the human experience. She writes a column “Tarot for Life” for Timeless Spirit Magazine.