I like the concept: a celebration of the diversity and beauty of our community. But, really, the name “Pagan Pride” is so unfortunate. It seems like the originators of the Pagan Pride Project stumbled upon the name, and now we’re all stuck with it, despite the sometimes negative connotations of the word “pride” and… 17 more words
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Last night, some members of Silver Spiral gathered to rehearse the ritual we’re presenting at Vancouver Pagan Pride Day (VPPD) on September 10th. Jamie Robyn and I had worked to create a very inclusive, accessible ritual that empowered the participants to participate. 32 more words
The Pagan Pride UK Parade and free festival takes place annually on the first Sunday in August in Central Nottingham.
Pagan Pride is a day of community and celebration, beginning with a parade through the streets of the historic City of Nottingham to The Arboretum where a free festival of live music, workshops, dance, arts, crafts, and networking opportunities – as well as hosting many stalls, food and a real ale bar. 100 more words
Last Saturday, ED, the Vancouver Pagan Pride Day coordinator, and her team* put together an amazing community-building and fundraising event. After the financial blow of losing tents to a wind storm at 2015’s main event and the spiritual cost of having to close the event so early and so abruptly, we needed some cash and… 14 more words