We are looking for a few good merchants to vend at Pagan Pride this year! It’s an outdoor festival and our main outreach to the community. You can read all about it on our Event Vendor page. Questions? Please drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll answer it as soon as we can.
Twin Cities Pagan Pride is proud to announce not just one upcoming major event, but two!
Our Fall Festival will be on September 25th and 26th 2010 at Lake Harriet Spiritual Community in Minneapolis. We’ll have vendors, music, rituals, and workshops. Please take a look at the link (or at the 2010 Pagan Pride link in the header) to learn more.
As always, Twin Cities Pagan Pride (our fall event) is a free event open to the public, though we appreciate donations to local charities (via our food drive and other means), and to help us cover event costs.
We’re also delighted to announce Paganicon, a spring programming-focused conference (with lots of other fun – music, vendors, and more). Again, please check out the link for much more information.
Paganicon will take place at the Doubletree Park Place hotel just off 394 in St. Louis Park, from March 25th to 27th, 2011. Registration starts at $45 (through September 26th, 2010), and we’ve done our best to keep costs low. Registration options will be coming shortly.
Want more information? Sign up for our email list (see the left hand bar) to get updates with all the latest information. (If you’re interested in vending, please also sign up for our vendor list by clicking on the Vendor link in the header and filling out the vendor list information.)
Curious about why we’re making some changes in what we offer? We’ve got more information for you, and we also welcome additional questions at email@example.com .
Come join Twin Cities Pagan Pride and Beth Kinderman at the Sacred Paths Center to wish for spring. Bring the family!
Where: Sacred Paths (at 777 Raymond Ave, St. Paul, MN)
When: 3 – 5pm on Saturday, February 20th.
Requested donation: $5
Beth plays around the midwest with The Player Characters, challenging assumptions of what music for nerds can be.
… that topics like Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer are fertile ground for serious songwriting
… that playing primarily for a fannish audience doesn’t mean you have to compromise your vision
… that fandom is overdue for a band that blends poetic lyrics, progressive rock’s epic arrangements, and a punk sensibility.
Find out more about her at http://bethkinderman.com