It’s time to oil up the Pagan Pride Day wheels and get things moving towards our 9th annual celebration!
Pagan Pride Day is a volunteer run, community-organized event that exists to build bridges between earth-based religions and the community at large while at the same time strengthening our own community.
Each year on this special day, our community comes together in friendship to share our knowledge, our love of the earth, and take pride in our beliefs.
It’s a day of celebration, music, dance, ritual, food, education and wonderful Pagan-friendly vendors.
But this day needs volunteers to make it run, and this time of year we turn to you, the community, to step in, roll up your sleeves and help lay down the foundation of this year’s celebration.
We have fundraisers to plan, schedules to build, registration to set up, and a myriad of other details that need to be put together over the next few months. To accomplish this goal, we need to put together a team of dedicated behind-the-scenes volunteers.
Could you be one of them?
Join us for coffee, to look back at previous Pagan Pride days and plan for this year!
What worked, what didn’t work, share your thoughts and ideas for this year.
This is your opportunity to have input!
Please join us for coffee or tea at the Tim Horton’s, Brooks Landing, Sunday, February 17th at 2 pm.