Midnight Margaritas & Divination

The Midnight Margarita Spell

“Eye of newt, toe of frog, wing of bat, tongue of dog.

Adder’s fork and blind worm’s sting,

Barbados lime is just the thing.

Fragias salt, like a sailors stubble,

Flip the switch, and let the cauldron bubble!”

– Frances and Bridget Owens, Practical Magic

Practical Magic Quotes


For our intents and purposes, on this coming Samhain Eve, we’ll be sampling our own Midnight Margaritas with a bit of If The Broom Fits panache.   Of course, once you’ve chanted the spell, whizzed up your margaritas and clinked your salt-rimmed glasses, it’s time to do the dance-around-the-kitchen, (shoppe) to the Midnight Margaritas Song . . . otherwise known as Coconut by Harry Nilsson.


So come join us, won’t you as we call to the Spirits–liquid and otherworldly–for mini readings, a viewing of the movie, Practical Magic, camaraderie, an honoring of our ancestors and some great Witchy Fun?


October 31, 2015

11pm to 2am


If The Broom Fits

8845 SW Commercial St.

Tigard, OR  97223



Surprise guest reader in attendance.



Midnight Margarita Flyer