Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Feast Of The Red Dragon: You Should Go!

What are you doing on Saturday that's more important?

The Red Dragon Feast is an annual magical feast and fundraiser for
healing blood-borne disease. Donations benefit community building and
a local charity committed to healing blood borne disease.

The event takes place in three phases: 1. drumming, dancing and
ritual; 2. feasting and toasting; and 3. a silent and live auction.
We focus our intent by wearing red clothes, eating red food, and
toasting with red drink.

All Hail the Red Dragon!
All Hail the Life Giving Blood

Date: Saturday, April 10, 2010
Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Renaissance Hall, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Street: 400 I St. S.W.
City: Washington, DC
Donation: $13.00

The Trustees of the Ecumenicon Fellowship have given the 2010
Infinity Award for "Group Public Service" to the
DC Radical Faeries.
"As the sponsors of the Red Dragon Feast for blood-borne diseases, by
this alone you all deserve an award. We also recognize the work of
the DC Radical Faeries as active facilitators in the early years of
the Pagan Leadership Conference; energetic ritualists at several
Pagan Pride Festivals; and wonderful participants in the DC Pride
Interfaith Services." Representatives of the DC Radical Faeries
received this award on behalf of the DC Radical Faeries as a whole.
The Infinity Awards were presented at an awards banquet in Rockwood
Manor, in Potomac, MD on Friday, March 26, 2010. Eldritch, Aero,
Tigre, Scorch and Chanel were present to receive this honor.
Congratulations Everyone!

Picture found here.

1 comment:

The Mad Botanist said...

This sounds really interesting, and I wish I could attend. However living in Nowhere, VA is difficult, and I often feel disconnected from the outside world. LOL. Great post with a good message. :)