Classics in Spirituality, April 12: A Brief Introduction to Druidry

Classics in Spirituality is a regular feature of Cobblestone’s programming. This program is scheduled on first and second Mondays of each month (unless the first is a holiday) at 11 a.m. to noon. This year the series continues to be presented via Zoom; please contact us ( to receive the Zoom link. Videos of most past programs (since fall 2020) are posted on our Vimeo channel.

The video of this presentation is online. See A Brief Introduction to Druidry.

Program Description:

Alex will raise a torch toward the mysterious and misunderstood world of the Druids— their ancient origins, their modern revival— and will offer a taste of the complex and beautiful belief system that has grown up around the memory of these old Celtic priests.

Presenter: Alex Andrasik is the adult services librarian at Penn Yan Public Library. He is the co-founder of the regional writing group Keuka Writes and its companion publication, Bluff & Vine, as well as of the LGBTQ+ advocacy group Keuka Compass.

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