Join PRNSA and Black Mountain Circle for a special evening of remembrance honoring loved ones who have passed on and our ancestral connections by sharing food, stories, and ceremony. Bring your ancestor’s favorite dish and a story about them to share at this intimate community gathering. Dress warmly as part of the evening may be held outside.
A Ghost Supper is a Native American ceremony typically held in the fall. It is a traditional time of remembering and shares elements with All Souls Day, Day of the Dead, and Halloween.