Pagan Pride is a free fall event, open to the public, that offers education about Paganism to the larger community. In keeping with Pagan Pride International‘s guidelines, Twin Cities Pagan Pride has offered a fall event since 1998 that includes a ritual focusing on the harvest, a food and charity drive, along with other rituals, discussions, vendors, and entertainment. We’re excited to continue to focus on public education in an outdoor site that has tons of walkthrough traffic.
Minnehaha Falls Park, in the area around the bandshell. There are both paid and free parking options in the area (the link includes map and parking details.) The park is not far from the 46th Street light rail station and a wide variety of bus lines (and you can find out more from the MetroTransit site.)
- The event is free and open to the public.
- We encourage donations for our food shelf partner and charity donations.
- We also appreciate donations to help with the cost of the event!
What to know:
We’ll have awesome music and ritual events, as well as one space for simple programming aimed at those unfamiliar with Paganism. There will also be community organizations, vendors and food. Click here for more information on vending at the Fall Festival.
We have shifted workshops and programming by the Pagan community for the Pagan community to our spring conference, Paganicon.
Want to help?
We can always use volunteers, particularly with Setting up the event in the morning and cleaning up at the end of the event. If you’d like to help in any capacity, please email “volunteers” at tcpaganpride.org and let us know – we’re glad to work with your needs and schedule.
Email us at “info” at tcpaganpride.org.