This meeting is open to vendors, volunteers, the public, and the Board of Directors to discuss the layout of the event and the timing of workshops, performances, etc., since it got moved to Park B.
We are thrilled and honored to have Byron Ballard as our Keynote Speaker for Philadelphia Pagan Pride 2018! H. Byron Ballard, BA, MF…
Vending submissions are now open. Current prices are good until June 15, 2018.
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 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:
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Discuss Hoodoo and classic folk remedies to cleanse the self or the home. Learn how to cleanse your house on both an energetic level as well as a mundane level using crystals, floor washes and other methods.
Tickets: Mt. Airy Learning Tree
The Sacred Space Conference is the premier annual esoteric conference on the East Coast for intermediate to advanced practitioners. Meeting in March in the Washington, DC/Baltimore area, each year our featured teachers and a host of highly qualified regional teachers offer a wide variety of workshops and rituals developed for a more advanced audience. Our attendees tell us that they are particularly grateful for the opportunity to pursue their continuous development in the company of their peers across many magickal traditions
On January 12, the Free Library of Philadelphia will be hosting Philadelphia: City of the Uncanny and the Arcane. Such a groovy name. The library will even have a special guest from the Philadelphia Obscura Society.