Unless otherwise specified, events are free and open to the general public, and require no registration. We welcome newcomers. If you have not been to Cauldron Farm before, please leave ample time for travel as we make every attempt to start events promptly on schedule and we cannot always hold a ritual for folks who have gotten lost. Although we do not generally offer child-specific programming or daycare, kids are welcome at most events if properly supervised. Our ritual field is a short walk down an uneven path, and may pose trouble for those with walking disabilities. (Unfortunately our golf cart is no longer running.)
Events sponsored by the First Kingdom Church of Asphodel are listed on the Asphodel Events page.
Directions to Cauldron Farm:
From the north, east, and west: Take your best route to Rt. 2. Get off at Rt. 68 south in Gardner. Continue into Hubbardston; follow 68 through to the center of town (so small you'll blink and miss it; one gas station, library, church, etc.) and go under the blinking light and down the hill. You'll see a small billboard labeled "Wachusett Lumber"; take a left at the billboard onto Old Princeton Rd. Bear right at the fork and continue past little farms and houses until you come to a sign that says Dangerous "Interscetion". Bear right onto Simond Hill Road (not into Moosehorn retirement community). Cauldron Farm is the first place on the right, with murals on the barn and garage. Pull into the driveway and you will likely be told where to park.
From the south: I-84 through Connecticut to I-90 east (the Mass Pike) to I-290 east to I-190 north to Rt. 140 north for about ten minutes, to Rt. 62 west through Sterling and Princeton and into Hubbardston, to Rt. 68 north less than a mile to the Wachusett Lumber billboard and Old Princeton Rd. on your right, and proceed from the directions above.
Alternate routes: You can take your chances trying to spot Ed Clark Road on 62, which leads to the other end of Simond Hill Road. There is no sign if you are going west, but it is the first right after you cross into Hubbardston from Princeton. Old Colony Road has been closed for quite some time, but your GPS may not know that. If you are coming down through Westminster, be advised that while Healdville Road is passable in most weather, it is very poorly paved.
Further Directions, Public Transportation & Nearby Lodging
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