The Fool’s Journey:
Tarot Cards for Divination, Brainstorming, Creativity, and Fun
2 sessions • 6 hours
In today’s world, Tarot is more than a simple tool of fortune tellers. These are now used by many for personal growth and creativity. Learn all about the tarot, find out how a deck is arranged and gain a deeper understanding of card meanings. Enjoy hands-on experience utilizing the in-class cards and practice reading during the two classes.
Instructor: Mary Mannix
Mary Mannix is currently the Maryland Room Manager of the C. Burr Artz Public Library of the Frederick County Public Libraries. She is very active in MARAC (the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference). She has been involved in the History Section of RUSA and was the 2011 winner of the Genealogical Publishing Company Award. In 2015, she was given the Martha Washington Medal from the Sergeant Lawrence Everhart Chapter of the Maryland Society of Sons of the American Revolution. She has taught genealogy librarianship at the University of Maryland and public history courses at Hood College. Mary is also a professional tarot educator and reader for over five years. She read and held classes at The Owl Nest, Frederick’s former premier metaphysical store. She has taught “101 courses” and hosted “meet-ups”. Mary strives to not only interpret the cards during a reading, but to also help her querents understand the history and symbolism of the cards they are dealt.
The Fool’s Journey: Tarot Cards for Divination, Brainstorming, Creativity, and Fun
ILR919 • 5-Digit Number: 19446
Tuesday • 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. • 4/14 – 4/21
Catoctin Hall (C Building) • C212