A night of revelry, ceremony & celebration! A special highlight of our life, the 2018 YULE FEAST will take place Saturday, January 6, 2018 beginning at 5pm. We open with wassail and cider in the Family Room, where we toast, sing, and enjoy the always irreverent Pig Play. We’ll gather in the courtyard where a fire juggling unicycling jester will light up the night and then lead us into the banquet hall for a sumptuous feast, presentation of the Boar’s Head and continued magic, music, and merrymaking.
Yule Feast Recipes
Part of the Yule Feast meal is provided by table members. If the leader of your table — your “Noble” — asks you to bring something, please use the recipes below.
Yule Feast Roasted Veggies
Yule Feast Chicken Drumettes
Yule Feast Spinach Quiche
Yule Feast Parsley Bread (single or double loaf)
Yule Feast Info & Forms
Yule Feast Tables Explained: Nobles & Purveyors (read the rest of this page, then read this document)
Yule Feast Household Info Form 2018
Yule Feast Table Reservation Form
Notes on Costume Creation (Costume ideas & how to make your own)
Yule Feast Letter 2018 (basically this page in portable format)
Images from the 2018 Yule Feast
Questions? Please contact Cindy Gullikson at cgull4 (at) gmail.com, or ask a member of the Yule Feast Committee: Rev. Talitha Aho, Eloise Gilland, Karen Bowen, Leslie Louie, Cathy Sharp, Debbie Fallehy, Liam Gray, and Steve McKiernan.
Want to know more about the history of Yule?
- Learn more about the history of Yule Feast (PDF)
- The Magical History Of Yule, The Pagan Winter Solstice Celebration
- Wassailing The Old Apple Tree: Cheerleading Practices of Pagans
- The Viking Origins of Christmas Yule Traditions
- Read about Yule on Wikipedia
- Nature is Sacred: Exploring Pagan Spirituality from an Anglo Saxon Druid Perspective