Cunning-folk [Noun – plural cunning folks] A term referring to professional or semi-professional practitioners of magic who were active from at least the fifteenth up until the early-twentieth century. In Britain, used to refer to village practitioners of helpful magic. Often called the “village witch.”
Start your day with a little bit of magick and join fellow Fireflies for a morning of coffee, tea, or another potion of your choosing.
This is part of an effort to plan for more casual social events, as our “teaching season” often doesn’t leave us with enough time to hang out and get to know our awesome new members. This is especially important for us to get to know our new team of potential summer initiates. OR you may just be brand-new to Firefly and want to meet up with some other witches on a low-key basis.
The stop time isn’t firm (feel free to hang out as long as you like), but that’s when the organizers will likely leave.
Note: There are several Cosi’s in Rosslyn so please be sure to go to the one on Lynn Street, on the corner of 19th.
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