We Are Led Into Nature

...so that we may reclaim our ability to listen carefully to our needs, our desires and to Source.


Her Festival is a pilgrimage into the wild, inviting mountain forests of northwestern Maine. This 5-day experience brings us together for connection, collaboration, creative exploration, and collective wisdom.

Lodging & Venue

Potters' Place, a new and pristine 20-acre lakefront property surrounded by a cedar forest on the shore of Rangeley Lake, is where most of our time will be spent together. This new venue offers wide and spacious accommodations, heated gathering spaces, a universal kitchen, walking trails, 400 ft of private water frontage, and a large fire circle. The location also acts as a central locus point for our outdoor hikes and nature adventures.

Onsite lodging choices include just a few single occupancy rooms this year. Comfy bunk room shared occupancy lodging allows us to keep ticket prices more affordable for everyone. Local accommodations are an option for those participants who prefer more space or privacy.

Just down the road is the inviting town of Rangeley, Maine, surrounded by lakes and offering quaint shops, restaurants, and plenty of outdoor activities.

Getting to Rangeley

Over 40 miles to the closest traffic light, far from the hubbub of urban life, Rangeley, Maine is only a 2.5 hour-drive from the airport in Portland, Maine (PWM) or a 4-hour drive from Logan Airport in Boston, MA (BOS). All registrants will receive access to our private online community, where you will find airport shuttle, rideshare and carpooling opportunities.