Join us this September for our annual Twin Cities Pagan Pride event. As with all Pagan Pride events, this event is free to attend!
Saturday, September 25th from 10am to 6pm
Sunday, September 26th from 12:30pm to 6pm
Lake Harriet Spiritual Community (4401 Upton Ave South, Minneapolis, MN)
We’re in a new location this year, to help us transition to an event in a public location with a lot of walk-through traffic. We’ll still have much of what you’ve loved from previous events!
- Workshops on a wide variety of topics (in two programming tracks)
- Rituals (see the vendor page)
- Information tables from local groups
- Lots of chances to talk to other Pagans
You can find out more about why we’re transitioning to a new location and new model for the event over here.
You can find some additional helpful information if you’re new to learning about Paganism and by checking out our Frequently Asked Questions.
What to bring:
The event is free to all! We do encourage you to bring a donation (cash or food) for a local foodshelf, and we also welcome donations toward the costs of putting on a public event.
Want to learn more?
Sign up for our mailing list on the left hand side of this page, and we’ll send out reminders of upcoming events and deadlines. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or thoughts.
A note on accessibility:
We’re sorry to note that Lake Harriet Spiritual Community’s space is not very accessible to those with mobility challenges. The building is on three levels, but has no elevator.
– vendors will be in the basement area
– rituals, entertainment, and info tables will be on the main floor
– programming rooms will be on the second floor
It is possible to get into the vendor space through a side door (no stairs), and into the main floor with a half flight of stairs.While we regret the accessibility issues, we feel that Lake Harriet offers the best compromise for this transition year between cost, location, walk-through traffic, and offering an event between our past multi-track programming and our planned smaller fall event in the future.
The site we’ve chosen for Paganicon, our spring 2011 event, was chosen with accessibility in mind. You can check out more information about the hotel and what it offers on the Paganicon pages.