From 1994-2011, Diana's Grove was located on a 102+ acre nature sanctuary. The following articles and photographs are
being developed here as an archive in remembrance of these years in Diana's Grove history.
Some of the articles you see will still be in use, but are being kept available here on our archives page while they undergo updates to reflect our new
location and Mystery School year. - 10/31/11
"Myth, Magic, and Community" is our handbook for attending Mystery School events. This handbook will be updated to reflect our relocation, but, aside from
the former land-specific details, many of the perspectives and suggestions it describes in its current edition remain insightful for attending events at our
St. Louis location. If you have any questions, please contact us at
Firsthand accounts of how people were impacted by the following elements of Diana's Grove:
Leadership & Community
A Newcomer to the Grove
The Rites of Passage Program
Between the Worlds Magazine Archives
From 2002 through 2009, Between the Worlds was the Diana's Grove Center's online quarterly magazine written for
all seekers - whether in Mystery School or not - interested in the work of the Grove and the way that work has meaning in the world.
Each issue focused on a theme, such as sanctuary, community, healing, and hope. To illustrate these themes, the magazine included articles about leadership,
land, mythology, ritual, and even dog rescue. In our magazine archives, you will find how the philosophies and
practices of Diana's Grove can add depth and richness to your personal and professional lives.
Archival Photo Tour
Magical paths into a forest, a fairy crossing, a labyrinth, a cabin porch in a thunderstorm... What treasures await your discovery?
Diana's Grove events provide for the
comforts of modern living - a warm dry place to sleep, hot coffee,
healthy and delicious food. And, there are more adventurous options,
such as the outdoor showers, private, yet open to the land and sky, or
a steaming hot tub under the stars.
The main building is a modern house with
electricity, kitchen, indoor bathroom and separate shower room, and the
"great room," a space for large group activities and events. The house
has no bedrooms, as staff and participants stay in cabins, so the house
is available if you need a midnight snack. Heated cabins provide beds,
and space for your clothes and bags. And just a step outside the cabin,
forest and meadows and the open sky await. Away from city lights: would
you like to really see the stars?
Will you explore? Come in, come in. Choose a gallery to look closer.