Concerts & Workshops

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Sencha the Vate is available for either concerts or workshops. Use the contact form below for more information. My workshops and seminars are on the topics of Druidry, Paganism and nature-centered spirituality. If you have a need for a particular topic, let me know and I’ll consider creating a seminar to meet your needs.

In the past I’ve done seminars on the following topics:

  • The Healing Power of Nature
  • The Sacred Trickster
  • Introduction to Druidry
  • Celtic Shamanism
  • The Way of the Taibhsear
  • Embracing Diversity in the Pagan Community
  • Raising Pagan Children
  • The Sacred Warrior – Pagan Masculinity
  • Healing Herbs of the Appalachians
  • Seven Phases of the Druid Vision Quest
  • Sacred Drumming
  • Druid Meditations
  • Introduction to the Ogham
  • Dream Interpretation
  • Vision Questing
  • The Celtic Tree Horoscope
  • The Druid Revival and Celtic Reconstructionism
  • The Way of the Coyote
  • Embracing the Darkness: The Dark Half of the Wheel
  • Pagan Intentional Communities
  • Green Circles: A Sustainable Journey from Womb to Tomb
  • The Rainbow Tribe
  • Animal Totems and Animal Wisdom
  • Your True Spiritual Self
  • Climate Change and the Pagan Community

For information on these and other workshops, complete the contact form below.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Upstate SC Pagan Pride Day 2018
Sencha will be performing music from all of his albums, including the most recent Winter of the Wheel album. He will also be conducting a workshop in Introduction to Druidry. For more information, visit the SC PPD website.

October 13, 2018 (time to be determined)
Upstate South Carolina Pagan Pride Day

Sencha’s new band, Elder Tribe, will be the featured performers! Sencha will also be conducting a workshop entitled: The Tale of Taliesin: A Shaman’s Journey

UPSTATE SC PAGAN PRIDE DAY 

​Maynard Community Center
​1127 Jameson Road
Easley, South Carolina 29640

South Carolina Upstate Pagan Pride Day​ Facebook Page

Admission: Non-perishable food for AID Upstate or animal food for the Greenville Humane Society

​What to bring:

  • At least 1 non perishable food item for humans and/or pets, as the admission donation
  • Blanket or chairs for comfort
  • A drum or musical instrument for fun
  • Pen and paper to take notes at the classes and/or to make networking contacts
  • $$$ for our great vendors and an appetite for our great food vendors
  • An open mind and heart
  • A good attitude

What not to bring:

  • Alcohol
  • Illegal drugs
  • Firearms
  • Unsheathed weaponry
  • ​Bad attitudes and drama
  • Pets
    Important Notice: 
    Due to safety reasons as well as our insurance restrictions, no pets are allowed on the property.
    Certified service dogs are permitted with proof of certification.
    No electronics equipment (phones, cameras, video) can be used while in circle. All phones must be on silence or turned off.

October 20, 2018 7:30 p.m.
Golden Grove Farm and Brewery

December 22, 2018 6 p.m.
First Annual Elder Tribe Yule Ball

Join Elder Tribe for our first annual Yule Ball 2018!

WHO
This is a free concert by the band Elder Tribe, featuring music from our first album. This Yule Ball will also be an album release party, and CDs and t-shirts will be available at the event.

WHAT
Food, music, dancing, and all-around fun! Our first annual Yule Ball will be an opportunity to meet the band, dance with your favorite partner, and stuff yourself to your heart’s content! There will also be door prizes and a dance contest!

WHEN
Saturday, December 22, 2018 from 7 pm. to 9 p.m.

WHERE
Maynard Community Center
1127 Jameson Rd
Easley, South Carolina 29640

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ADMISSION: One (or more) pot luck food item(s) to share!
Elder Tribe will be supplying the ham and the turkey. We just ask that if you plan to attend you bring at least one covered dish or baked good to share with everyone else. You can use the contact form below to sign up for an item.

To register for this FREE event, click here