Pagan Pride 2012

September 8th, 10am to 6pm




10:00AM-6:00PM Walk the Labyrinth Take a meditative stroll through the labyrinth. Available all day. . . presented by Twin Cities Reclaiming
10:00AM-10:30AM Opening Ceremonies Presented by
Steven Posch & Magenta
10:30AM-11:15AM The Idisi The Idisi is a gathering of women intent on singing and opening the world up to the sonic healing, especially that of the Divine Feminine.
11:15AM-12:00PM Ritual of Song by Twin Cities Reclaiming
Ecstatic singing ritual
12:00PM-01:00PM Ailinn Drawing upon traditional Celtic roots, Ailinn composes original folk tunes that reconnect listeners to the land, sea, and sky.
01:00PM-02:00PM Ritual by the Standing Stones The mission of the Coven of the Standing Stones is to continue to be a Family Coven that supports and educates its members thus giving us strength and courage for ourselves and to lend to the Pagan
01:30PM-02:30PM Chesire Moon Cheshire Moon is the fanciful collaboration of trickster bird Lizzie Crowe and crazed magician Eric Coleman.
02:00PM-03:00PM Ritual for Ma’at by Katherine
A Kemetic ritual to honor the Egyptian goddess Ma’at, and bring balance into our lives.
03:00PM-04:00PM Pirates of Dreamtime Scott Keever, Keith Spears and Dayna Jean Wolter blend their souls and create Sacred Space with their richly and Otherworldly layers of sonic magic.
03:00PM-04:00PM Ritual of Prosperity and Employment by Our Lady of Celestial Fire
For all who seek to improve their employment situation and to prosper at this time in their lives.
04:00PM-04:30PM Pagan Chants and Songs by the Honeycutts
Learn or just listen to pagan chants and songs.
04:30PM-05:30PM Murphey’s Midnight Rounders Murphey’s Midnight Rounders is an Acoustic/Country group with their feet firmly planted in Folk music. Hear them at
04:30PM-05:30PM Guess Who’s Pagan? by Clio Ajana
Come to a non-judgmental, open and frank Q&A session about Paganism.


Drum Jam

This is an open drum jam. So bring a drum or just dance to the rhythm. This is the last event of the day!