08. September 2018 - 10:00 till 17:00
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Southern NH Pagan Pride Day 2018 | Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester | Saturday, 08. September 2018

Southern New Hampshire Pagan Pride Day 2018
"Re-enchating the world"
A Celebration of Myth, Story and Creativity in the Pagan Community.

Celebrate a great day of pagan fun with workshops, rituals, vendors and much more! There will be local area pagan booths to give you information and answer any questions you might have on a number of paths and traditions. Workshops covering a variety of topics are scheduled throughout the day.

Looking forward to seeing you all at Southern New Hampshire Pagan Pride Day 2018!
  • Good morning. Please note vending is now closed for the 2018 event.
  • Pagan Pride Worldwide: The Pagan Pride Project, Inc. is a global non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of prejudice and religious discrimination. Pagan Pride celebrations are held all over the world. Events feature a public ritual where Pagans gather and celebrate the autumn equinox and host a food drive or other charitable activity to share our abundant harvest with others in need. Many events also include merchants, live entertainment, book-signings, workshops and children’s activities. Events are media-friendly and designed to provide a positive public relations outlet for the Pagan community as a whole. Since the first Pagan Pride day in 1998, attendance has grown consistently, with worldwide attendance approaching 50,000. For more information on Pagan Pride Project’s international events, visit: http://www.paganpride.org https://youtu.be/LC9A7DjMCBI
  • Spots are filling fast this year. Only three left indoors. Don't wait and miss out. http://www.southernnhppd.org/vendor-sign-up.html
  • You know me... I can never keep a secret and I love to share where things are at with you all. YES! This is happening. There will be a more official post in the future but this years Keynote speaker is... drum roll please ... Jhenah Telyndru!! Jhenah Telyndru has always felt called to dance with joy in that liminal space which straddles the realms of history and myth, of individuality and collectivity, of the seen and the unseen. A creative mystic who loves science and values fact, Jhenah embraces the conscious co-creation of the future, while immersing herself in an impassioned study of the past. The path between, she believes, is where the mysteries are revealed and where true magic happens. Jhenah holds an MA in Celtic Studies from the University of Wales, Trinity St. David, as well as a BA in archaeology. She is the founder of the Sisterhood of Avalon and serves as Academic Dean and lead instructor of the Avalonian Thealogical Seminary. Jhenah teaches four day retreat experiences around North America and the UK, and facilitates pilgrimages to sacred sites in the British Isles and Ireland through Mythic Seeker Tours. She is a frequent presenter and guest speaker at academic conferences, religious symposia, Women’s Spirituality gatherings, and Pagan festivals. A priestess in the Avalonian Tradition, Jhenah has been dedicated to the work of the Holy Isle for almost 30 years, and has been active in the Goddess Spirituality movement since 1986. Jhenah’s published works include Avalon Within: A Sacred Journey of Myth, Mystery, and Inner Wisdom (Llewellyn, 2010), The Avalonian Oracle: Spiritual Wisdom from the Holy Isle (Schiffer, 2016), and Rhiannon: Divine Queen of the Celtic Britons (Moon Books, 2018). Her writing has been featured in fiction and non-fiction anthologies; periodicals, including PanGaia, SageWoman, The Beltane Papers, Circle Magazine, and The Tor Stone; as well as various datebooks and annuals.
  • What does Pagan Pride Day mean for you? I have been going to Pagan Pride for more years than I care to admit :-) It has always been a space of connection for me. For the past few years I have been honored to be local coordinator and before that I was treasurer as well as a vendor and workshop facilitator. I do these things because I believe in what this event stands for. PPD is where I first spoke to druids and heathens. It made my path real and not just books that I filled my shelves with. It made being a pagan real and I experienced community for the first time. I was not the only odd ball with strange beliefs and practices :-) PPD made me feel I was a part of something larger than myself. These are some of the reasons I continue to be involved in the event. My hope is that others that may feel alone on their path can discover they are far from alone. We are here for you to help you discover what is true to you. We are here for you because no one should feel alone. What does Pagan Pride Day mean to you? Let us know. Blessings Fred
  • Looking forward to such a magnificent event!
  • Vending applications are now open for the 2018 event! http://www.southernnhppd.org/vendor-sign-up.html
  • Would it be possible to get vendor information? Thank you....
  • Ooooh love the theme! Working on several story/myth songs 😊.
  • I would love any info to sign up as a vendor please 🙂
  • Plz send info to freedom_seeker260@yahoo.com tytytytyty
  • What a great event! I'm in.