Daughters of Diana Gathering
Daughters of Diana Gathering (DoD) is an annual gathering of Amazons, Dianic witches, and goddess women who come together for a long weekend at a beautiful mountain camp retreat center in the San Bernardino National Forest in California close to the October holiday known as Hallowmas (Halloween).
The weekend includes a variety of workshops to empower women, rituals, archery, singing, drumming, dance, and community-building. Our intention for the gathering is to create a fun, friendly, safe atmosphere where women can deeply connect with themselves, each other, and the natural world – discovering the magic that is within them and all around them. We gather to affirm female sovereignty and our right to speak truth to power. Our hope is that you leave the weekend feeling renewed, empowered, and reconnected.
We gather near the sabbat of Hallowmas to remember, to consciously end the year that is closing behind us, and empower our sisterhood for the year to come. We honor and remember our beloved dead, celebrate and renew our sacred selves, and honor the Crone goddesses of the season.
Click here to read more about why we believe gatherings like DoD are important to women and critical to protecting female sovereign space.