EarthSpirit Eastern Massachusetts
Annual Open Beltaine Ritual


EarthSpirit Invites You to Celebrate the Spirit of the Season!

Beltaine ~ Saturday, April 30, 2016

Beltaine is the midpoint of Spring, when we gather together to reconnect after the Winter.

The Annual Clean Up and Maypole Circle will be held at:
Greenwood Park, Middlesex Fells, Stoneham/Medford, Massachusetts
Directly across from the Stone Zoo


We are returning to our great location this year with plenty of parking and across the street from the Stone Zoo.

We'll meet at 11 AM for the annual "spring cleaning". By cleaning up trash and removing the leaves from the new grass, we come together to do something to help the Earth. Magically we use it as a symbol to clean away our winter debris and reconnect with the sacred ground. Children are encouraged to attend. (Extra trash bags, gloves, and tools always help in removing any winter-accumulated trash and debris!)

We'll begin the ritual at noon

Kaye and Pole
Sarah and Pole


During the clean up, we add to the symbolic Winter Spirit with some of the debris we collect. So come early to be a part of this.

We also have flower wreaths to make, bubbles to blow, and always encourage drumming and connecting.

Winterman 2013 Winterman 2012
Winterman 2013
Winterman 2012

After the Maypole, we'll have a potluck picnic and spend time enjoying each others' company. Please bring a dish (with ingredients labeled) to share, and if you can, your own plate and utensils so we don't have to use disposables.

Come Celebrate Spring!

Flower Wreath

We'll pass a hat for small donations of $5-$10.


By Car:

From Rt. 93 south take exit 35 onto Rt. 28. Bear right through the
parking lot along Spot Pond, and turn right onto South St. which
becomes Pond St. Pass the Stone Zoo and at the next intersection make
a u-turn. Greenwood Park is on the right opposite the Stone Zoo.

From Rt. 93 north take exit 34. At the end of the exit ramp turn left,
go under Rt. 93 and turn right onto North Border Rd.
Go through the stop lights at Rt. 28, the road is now called South St. and turns
into Pond St. Pass the Stone Zoo and at the next intersection make a
u-turn. Greenwood Park is on the right opposite the Stone Zoo, 149 Pond Street, Stoneham, MA.

Then follow the ribbons or look for a familiar face cleaning nearby.

Public Transportation:

If people want to travel by Public Transportation, please contact us by Friday at