Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Celebrating the Crone in Tompkins Square Park
On Saturday evening, a group of "local witches" came together in Celebrating the Crone.
The event began in Tompkins Square Park with, per the invite, "public rituals, designed to summon the spirits, pique curiosity and, quite possibly, scare the shit out of people."
EVG contributor Stacie Joy was on hand for this celebration of women over the age of 50 and their allies, first in the Park then later at Lucky, the bar at 168 Avenue B between 10th Street and 11th Street...
At Lucky, DJ Shakey played songs by "culturally iconic crones," including Patti Smith, Debbie Harry and Cher. There were also tarot readings, witchy vendors and various storytellers ...
Posted by Grieve at 11:30 AM
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My kind of people!
Rock on ladies! What is up with the red dipped pinkies?
I was told that the red-dipped finger with painted fingernail was "the mark of the crone," but the participants and organizers can better speak to this.
Abby and Lucky Bar on B have the best events!
Should've had this at the same time/day as Santa Con. Would've love to see the Croners clash with Santaconners. At least the Crone is transparent about scaring the shit out of people.
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