Public Feast of Hathor & Min May 7 in Columbia

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All are invited to join Osireion as we celebrate the May with a Feast of Hathor and Min.

Saturday, May 7, 12 Noon at Cayce Riverwalk Park Pavilion.

Hathor and Min may be thought of as the Aphrodite and Pan of Ancient Egypt.  Hathor brings music, beauty, joy and feasting to all, and Min is the source of virility and strength.  Join the frolic, including drums, dance and Middle Eastern music and food at a public ritual.
We’ll provide (non-alcoholic) beverages, olives, dates, tabouli, pita, hummus, feta and more – bring your favorite Mediterranean food to share.
The beautiful Cayce Riverwalk park runs along the Congaree River, and the Pavilion is the large picnic shelter just inside the main entrance (beside restrooms), at the intersection of Axtell and Naples (“N” Avenue) in Cayce, SC.   The entire park is ADA-compliant, with plenty of adjacent parking.  Stay afterwards and spend the afternoon exploring the wonderful Riverwalk itself. Note that we will begin on time.
Bring an offering for the food pantry at The Cooperative Ministry. Alone we are just one person, but together we can make a difference.
Click for map and directions.