Last May, Weathersfielders Tina and Willis Wood walked the Camino de
Santiago, the medieval pilgrimage path that leads from the French Pyrenees for
500 miles to the cathedral at Santiago, Spain, where the supposed bones of St.
James, one of Jesus’s disciples, are enshrined.
They will show pictures of the Camino and talk about both the history of the Camino, some of the religion and myth that surround it, and their personal experiences on their journey.
The talk will be part of the Casseroles and Culture programs of the Weathersfield Center Meeting House that have been taking place since at least the 1950’s. The talk is free and open to the public, but a $10.00 donation is suggested to help raise funds to restore the belfry at the Meeting House.
The talk will take place on Saturday, September 10th, with a potluck supper commencing at 6:30 and the slide show beginning at 7:30.
The public is invited to both events.
For more information call 802-263-5547.