The Midwest Wintermoot is an annual heathen retreat hosted by Bifrost Way Kindred at the beautiful Osage Hills State Park located in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
We provide this gathering as another opportunity to offer the gift of hospitality to our regional community and provide a forum to share and learn more about our Heathen folkway. Midwest Wintermoot is open to all Heathens and supportive persons, and will center on sharing the things that will strengthen our families, tribes and kindreds. Join us and add to the well of good words and deeds!
The Midwest Wintermoot is a three day, two night Heathen retreat open to families and individuals. There will be workshops/classes, childrens activities and numerous rites highlighted by our Dinner Feast, Fainings and High Sumbel Saturday.
Visit the Midwest Wintermoot Schedule Page or FAQ Page for more information.
Midwest Wintermoot opens Friday November 4, 2016 at 3 pm CST and concludes Sunday November 6, 2016 at 2 pm CST. Registration is now open and closes November 1, 2016. Registrations and payments are made online via PayPal. Please contact us if you need to mail a check or money order.
Cancellations with refunds are available through October 28, 2016. As the event includes daily meals and a flat fee for reserved cabin camping, on site registration is not available and must be made in advance.
Registration includes cabin camping, all activities and all meals. Meals provided are:
Saturday: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Sunday: Continental Breakfast and Lunch
Vending space is free, but limited. Reservations will be offered on a first come first serve basis. Once all spaces are accounted for we will post a notice on the site. Vendors are limited to one table each. Please send us a seperate email at email@example.com or a message via our Facebook event page to request vending space.
Individual registrations are $ 60.00
(Adult attendees registering alone)
Group registrations are $ 40.00 per person
(This rate applies to two or more adults registering together)
Persons under the age of 14 are free. Persons 14 and older must register at the adult rate to accomodate food and activity costs.
Osage Hills State Park in Pawhuska, Oklahoma is a sprawling natural property offering grand views, hundreds of trails, waterfalls and most importantly a group site featuring heated cabins!
The upper level of the group site holds the main hall, which is equipped with a full kitchen facility and attached bathrooms. Surrounding the main hall are an open grass field, a fire pit and a paved area with picnic tables.
The cabin area occupies the lower level of the group site and is accesible from a paved path leading from the main hall and several natural trails leading from the fire pit. The lower level holds 10 cabins with bunk style bedding for up to 12 in each. The cabins are equipped with lighting, electrical outlets, full doors/windows and heating units. Find out what you need to bring and what will be provided on the Midwest Wintermoot FAQ Page.