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3rd Annual Pagan Pride Day

Posted Oct. 05, 2012, at 11:40 a.m.

This event is to educate the community about Paganism, provide workshops and sacred space, offer a harvest ritual, give Pagans a social event that builds community, and generally have a fun time for all.

Kid-friendly event with children’s area and activities.

Admission: Donation of a non-perishable food item which will be donated to a local food cupboard in need.

Harvest Ritual will be presented by:

Temple of the Feminine Divine

Workshop Topics will include:

Sacred Sound – a chant workshop

Energy Basics – learning basics of energy and energy movement

Weaving Our World – forum on building community

Through the Veil – Death and Dying from a Pagan Perspective

Also, EMPPA will have available:

Traveling Red Tent – a sacred space for Women

For more information:

http://www.emppa.org/ppd.html http://www.facebook.com/pages/Eastern-Maine-Pagan-Pride-Association/140119629394734

or Contact Michele Littlefield at emeraldragonfly@emppa.org or call 207-974-6954

EMPPA is a non-profit organization whose mission has multiple facets. We strive to educate our local community – both Pagan and non-Pagan – about the various flavors of paganism. We aim to make a safe haven for the Pagan community to socialize, both in and out of the broom closet. We advocate for Pagan equal rights and non-discriminatory practices. We connect local Pagans to local resources such as Pagan-friendly businesses, classes, workshops, retreates, open circles and rituals, and other Pagans. We intentionally create friendly, open, fun social opportunities for Pagans and Pagan-friendly people.

Blue Tent – a sacred space for Men

There also will be many Pagan-friendly vendors at PPD.

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