Join us for our annual school year kickoff party and fundraiser benefitting the Jen Gouvea Memorial Scholarship!


This year we're going to have a whole bunch of mini-readers, many of whom are PSA alumni, so this is a great chance to go get a wee dose of some woo guidance while also sampling the many talented practitioners we have coming out of the Portland School of Astrology. We're so excited to share our craft! 

Come out, hang out, and bless PSA's fifth school year with your dancing feet! 🎉

Here are some of the Auction and Raffle Items you can look forward to:
🔮 Custom Natal Chart Art from Dianna Fontes's AstroArtistry
🔮 Consultation with Stacia Secreriat at Moon Deep Astrology 
🔮 Consultation with Deborah Norton at Plutonian Slip Astrology
🔮 A fabulous haircut from Tara May at Tiger Tiger Salon
🔮 "Astrology for Newbies" 3 week class with JP Hawthorne at Portland School of Astrology
🔮 Consultation with Sabrina Monarch at Monarch Astrology
🔮 Tuition to Andi Grace (of Witch cabinet - a cauldron for bad-ass femme magic)'s online course "Hawthorne Heart: boundary skills and protection magic for femme witches and healers"
🔮 2 Half-Hour Conflict Transformation Consultation Sessions with rain crowe

About the Jen Gouvea Memorial Scholarship Fund:

Jen Gouvea’s passion for normalizing and selflessly working to advance and spread the tools of Astrology, Flower Essence and art-based healing practices are continued with this scholarship and includes a focus on marginalized groups that Jen was particular to, including women-identified folx, people of color, queer, trans, non-binary individuals and those with limited economic resources. 

This fund was created in memory of Jen, a key founding piece to PSA and hopes to continue her legacy. The JGMS Committee is made up of past students, past clients, and friends of Jen Gouvea, who act as ambassadors to her vision to spread the healing tools of both astrology and flower essences in marginalized and disenfranchised communities.

Funds for the JGMS are distributed to a several projects, community events, classes, conferences, our library, and the 1st-Year Program each year. Because of our generous community, we have been able to award almost $2,500 since the creation of the Fund in 2015.