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Festival Packing List

Note: The items in this list are just suggestions. Please make sure you bring everything you need to be healthy

and comfortable.

Important Documents

  • Vaccination Card/Proof of negative Covid test dated August 8 or later

  • Identification & Insurance cards

  • Emergency Information

  • ___________________________

 

Medications

  • Epipen (keep it with you)

  • Prescriptions

  • Pain reliever

  • Allergy medication

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

 

Toiletries

  • Shampoo & conditioner

  • Hairbrush

  • Soap

  • Toothbrush & toothpaste

  • Deodorant

  • Facewash

  • Sunscreen 

  • Feminine Products

  • Bug spray

  • Shower shoes

  • Washcloth

  • Towel 

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

 

Bedding

  • Pillow

  • Linens for a twin bed (unless informed otherwise)

  • Extra padding (egg crate foam, etc.)

  • Blanket for chilly nights

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

 

If you're staying in a Hen House

  • Lantern (solar, LED, or battery)

  • Fan (solar or battery powered)

  • Decorations (optional)

Clothing (Layers, Layers, Layers!)

  • Underwear

  • Bras

  • Socks (pack extra!)

  • Pants/shorts/skirts

  • Tops

  • Warm outer layer

  • PJs

  • Comfortable shoes (bring an extra pair, just in case)

  • Sandals/flip flops

  • Rain gear (boots and poncho)

  • Bathrobe (to get from the shower back to your cabin)

  • Swimsuit & towel

  • Hat and/or sunglasses

  • Ritual outfit (optional)

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

 

Miscellaneous

  • A good flashlight 

  • Extra batteries

  • Pool accessories (floats, goggles, toys, etc.)

  • Journal

  • Pens/pencils

  • Backpack/day bag

  • Water bottle

  • Thermos for hot beverages

  • Snacks & Beverages

  • Take out containers

  • A plant for our plant share

  • Games

  • Camp chair

  • Drums/musical instruments (rattles, etc.)

  • Items for our main altar and ancestor altar

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

  • ___________________________

Ritual Outfit/Ritual Wear can include capes, dresses, fairy wings, horns, special makeup, accessories, etc. You can wear your regular clothing or get your full witch on, or something in between. Wear what feels comfortable to you.

 

Comfortable shoes: the camp is well spread out and although we will have golf carts to assist in getting from one area to another, plan to do a lot of walking. Consider bringing an extra pair in case one pair gets wet.

 

Flashlights: The camp is well lit, but it’s a good idea to have a flashlight on hand. Keep in mind, some Hen Houses do not have overhead lights.

 

Snacks & Beverages: We will have coffee and tea available at all times in Hestia’s Cauldron as well as fruit, nut butters, and rice cakes for snacks, but feel free to bring your own. There will be space to store them. Please label your items. Two things to remember: if you have a serious food allergy or celiac disease, we will try our best to keep things separate, but there are no guarantees. Second, if you are tenting, it is NOT a good idea to have food in your tent. We are in the woods and hungry critters are always present.

 

Main Altar & Ancestor Altar: We will have a main altar and an ancestor altar set up in Hestia’s Cauldron. Feel free to bring personal items to place on either. Please try to keep them small and label them and don’t forget to bring them home with you.

 

Food Sale: We will have a food sale at the end of festival (for donations) so that no food goes to waste. Bring a few to-go containers if you’d like to take advantage of it. You might get to bring something delicious home!

 

Plant Exchange: We’ll have a plant exchange set-up so feel free to bring any small potted plants you’d like to share with your sisters.

 

Games: Bring any you’d like to share - make sure they’re appropriate for most ages, labeled, and that you take them home with you at the end of festival. Cards, Scrabble, Trivia, sidewalk chalk, bubbles, Charades, Pictionary, etc. are great ideas. Please leave games like Cards Against Humanity at home.