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Tag Archives: Heavener Runestone Viking and Celtic Festival
It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. Oh, that’s already been done. But it sums up this weekend fairly well. It was the weekend of the biannual Heavener Runestone Viking Fest at the … Continue reading
I skipped the Heavener Runestone Viking and Celtic Festival this spring. And I’m going through some withdrawal symptoms. Mostly I miss the people – they’ve become family. The first time I traveled to the Heavener Runestone Park, we were … Continue reading
Spring in Oklahoma has sprung. And nowhere is it more beautiful than in the southeast portion of the state. The forests are magical and made the perfect setting for a Peter Pan-type Oklahoma fairytale. When Ethan came to Heavener, … Continue reading
This week I’m grateful to the Heavener Runestone Park, Park Manager Erin Bruesch, and staff. I’ve been taken into the fold and they feel like family. The Heavener Runestone Viking and Celtic Fest is once again upon us. The … Continue reading
I am grateful this week that the Heavener Runestone Park has invited me back to the Viking and Celtic Festival April 9 & 10. They hold the festival twice a year, April and October. I met some wonderful people last … Continue reading
Fall is a time of rest. Foliage turns bright colors as the cool nights meet the bright sun of day. People venture forth from their air conditioned homes and offices more in tuned to nature and its last … Continue reading