Please join me in welcoming Connor Alexander of Wisconsin as the newest Apprentice Folkbuilder for the Baldrshof District. Connor comes with a lot of enthusiasm and a zeal for helping our Folk. We look forward to Connor’s success in the coming months and years.
The Tenth Annual Winter Nights in the Poconos will be held in Milford, Pennsylvania from October 15- 17! Since 2012, this long-running AFA festival has been dedicated to our ancestral mothers, the Disir. When the harvest is in, the summer plants have died off, and the winter is quickly approaching the veil between the living and dead is said to be at its thinnest. Again, we will gather to worship our Gods, our Goddesses, and our Ancestral Mothers in the crisp air of mountains as winter sets in. We build upon the success of the Asatru Folk Assembly here in the Northeast by making new friends and renewing old friendships. We look forward to seeing members and friends!
Your registration fee includes all workshops, lectures, meals, cabin lodging, and of course our holy rituals. Only AFA members and vouched-for-guests will be admitted to this event. If you are not an AFA Member you should confirm with the member who is vouching for you that they will do so when asked about your registration. For Member Family and Member Weekend registrations, the AFA pays the processing fees.
Things to know:
Children 17 and under attend for free!
The cabins have bunks. You will need to bring your own bedding and it can get quite chilly at night, so plan accordingly.
Tenting is permitted in the main field.
Dogs are welcome but must be leashed at all times and are not permitted in common indoor areas such as the dining hall.
The camp location will be provided upon registration, which you should do today at https://runestone.org/product/winter-nights-x/
If you have any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Member Family – Weekend: $200.00
Member – Weekend: $125.00
Member – Saturday Only: $75.00
Member – Deposit: $60.00
Guest – Weekend: $175.00
Guest – Saturday Only: $125.00
Child – Weekend: Free
Child – Saturday: Free
Please join me in welcoming The Under Ash And Oak Kindred of Ohio as the newest Official Kindred of the Asatru Folk Assembly. This is one of the most active group of AFA members that we have in Midgard. They come together several times a month hosting moots, hikes, and field trips to cultural places and the list goes on! Led by Apprentice Folkbuilder Timmy Dumas, Under Ash And Oak is one of the many families that make up the Kindreds of the AFA. These are members and their families that have stepped up to represent our Church and be that welcome matt for those that are coming home.
Gaining Kindred recognition is not a easy thing, it takes dedication and loyalty and willingness to stand with the AFA at all costs. These Kindreds go through a six month probationary period before joining our family as a official Kindred. Thank you Under Ash And Oak for taking on this responsibility and stepping up to represent us.
Hail The Under Ash And Oak Kindred! Hail the Kindreds of the AFA! Hail the Asatru Folk Assembly!!!
Folkbuilder Jason Gallagher Kindred Coordinator Asatru Folk Assembly email@example.com
Welcome Tyler Heinlein of Washington as our newest Apprentice for the Óðinshof District. Tyler will be helping lead a vital and growing AFA region and we are extremely excited to watch his success in the coming months and years.
Please join me in welcoming Victor Podbreger of California as the newest apprentice Folkbuilder for the Óðinshof District. Victor and his wife Krystal have been a huge force in making Óðinshof the consistent success that it is. We are excited to have Victors help and to see the great things he accomplishes in the coming months and years.
On Saturday, September 4th, in the light of Baldr, Michael Sessumes took his oath as a Folkbuilder for the Asatru Folk Assembly. Michael has worked tirelessly for our AFA family since becoming an apprentice and all are so very impressed with him. Many of us have known and respected Mike for years and it is amazing to have him officially oathed in.
It is my honor today to announce the True North Folk Kindred of North Dakota as a official Kindred of the Asatru Folk Assembly. Led by Witan Brandy Callahan, this Kindred has been instrumental in helping to get Baldrshof open for our folk and doing lots of the legwork at events and the big ones like Fallfest. They were announced at Fallfest and took their Kindred Oaths in front of their folk gathered there.
Gaining Kindred recognition is not a easy thing, it takes dedication and willingness to stand with our Church and Family. Thank you True North Folk for stepping up and for all that you do!
Hail the True North Folk! Hail the Kindreds of the AFA! Hail the Asatru Folk Assembly!!!
Jason Gallagher Kindred Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
I am excited to announce that longtime AFA member Jane Malseed of Pennsylvania has stepped forward as the newest Apprentice Folkbuilder for the Þórshof District! Jane is a member of Lansdale Tru Folk Kindred, home of a dynamic core of AFA leaders. We are looking forward to the wonderful things Jane will accomplish in the coming months and years!
The AFA is proud to announce Shea McCurdy of Oklahoma as our newest Apprentice Folkbuilder in the Baldrshof District. Although in a vibrant region, Oklahoma has not had an active Folkbuilder in a very long time and we are thrilled to watch Oklahoma come alive with AFA activity!
Announcing Tabatha Owens of Arkansas as the Asatru Folk Assembly’s newest Apprentice Folkbuilder for the Baldrshof District! Tabatha is steppin up in a vibrant and growing area and with her fellow leaders, Arkansas and her region in general are poised for greatness. We are excited to watch what she achieves in the years and months to come.