The Wheel of the Year with Kim Stoll

Kim Stoll


Saturday, January 23, 6-8 pm MST. On Zoom. 

If you’re a follower of witchy ways, you’ve probably heard of the Wheel of the Year. But how do you celebrate these witch’s holidays? And why? Maybe you know some of the traditions surrounding holidays like Yule and Samhain--those make sense! But what’s up with that one where everyone makes bread? Join instructor Kim Stoll to deepen your knowledge, connect with the seasons, and expand your toolbox of rituals and craft.
In this 2-hour workshop we will explore the 8 witch’s holidays or “sabbats” of The Wheel of the Year. Participants will learn about the history and traditions surrounding these holidays, and discuss how these practices can be adapted to your own environment and spiritual path. For instance, what does Midsummer mean for us here in the Sonoran Desert? We will work together to each create our own personal Wheel and outline what seasonal practices & rituals we hope to incorporate into our lives.
This class will be held online via Zoom. Link to join the Zoom call will be emailed to registrants prior to class.

About the instructor:
Kim Stoll is a poet, a witch, and a little bit obsessed with dogs. She holds an MFA in creative writing and has worked an array of jobs in the nonprofit sector. Her witchcraft practice incorporates her animist beliefs and lies somewhere in the cross sections of kitchen, hedge, and green witchery. As an avid learner and gatherer of information, Kim is always seeking the unknown. Find her online at and instagram @kaystoll11.


**The perspectives and opinions expressed in this workshop are those of the instructor(s). They do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of The Ninth House.


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