Time: August 19, 2018 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Sticks and Stones
Street: 11037 Lee Highway
Website or Map: https://www.meetup.com/NoVaPr…
Event Type: tarot, meetup
Organized By: Darjeeling
Latest Activity: Aug 18
Come and join us as we continue exploring Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card. This month we'll explore ways that tarot cards can trigger impressions and questions to bring insight into not only the cards themselves but also how those cards apply to the querent and situation at hand.
There will also be time at the end of the meetup to answer any tarot questions you may have run into over the last month, whether about cards, spreads, readings, or something else.
If you are new to the group or to tarot, come get some hands-on experience, and if you've been reading tarot for years, come help out your brothers and sisters. This is a completely informal meetup and people with all levels of experience are welcome to attend.
No fee, however snacks, donations for the tea fund, and gifts of practical items for the shop (toilet paper, paper towels, etc) are always welcome.
Use of workshop space agreement at Sticks and Stones:
1. Feel free to arrange and decorate the space before your event, and make sure before you go to leave it as you found it.
2. Hot water and tea are provided by the store and you are welcome to help yourselves. We accept donations in the form of money, tea, paper products (tissues, paper towels, toilet paper) dish soap, etc, to help pay for this free service.
3. You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks to your event (no alcohol.) It is suggested that you bring any utensils and plates if needed, however we might have some available from previous donations if you forget.
4. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, in all areas of the store. Anyone under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to take any of the workshops/classes.
5. Sticks and Stones respects each and everyone’s spiritual path; we do not discriminate based on race, religion, sexuality, political views, etc. Please be kind and respectful with your discussions, as we have many people from all faiths entering our store during business hours.