Just now we’re about halfway between Lammas and Mabon; in the ancient Celtic lands, the grain harvest has come and gone. Cucumbers, onions, tomatoes are at peak, but will be nearly done by late September. But right now? Right now the children are coming to the end of summer.
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Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival is an event to honor our beliefs and to share them with one another. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, book signings, drumming circles, pagan arts and crafts, workshops, tarot readings, great food, fine music and just plain old ways fun.
Admission is free, however we do ask for a donation of a non perishable food item for the Food Bank of Delaware.
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Please join me for the opening reception for my art exhibition, Goddesses for Our Time, featuring paintings of my friends posing as Goddesses needed in these difficult times.
Please bring a donation of a canned food product for the Mazzoni Center Food Bank and/or an item needed by Forgotten Cats. See our full list of Requested Donation items at:
I have been involved in occult and spiritual pursuits since I was a child, performed rituals as a teenager, but my first attendance at a Pagan event was in 1978 so I count that as my start in the community. Next year will be my 40th year as a member of this community. In that time I have learned from peers, elders, students, spirits and God/des/es, and from close observation and contemplation of my experiences. I’ve owned and run a metaphysical shop twice in my time as a Pagan. The first time for 6 years and the second time for 10 years. Some of my most important lessons came to me from my role as a shop keeper.