Florida Pagan Pride Day Events 2016

Pagan Pride DayIt may only be the middle of Summer, but we’re updating the information for Pagan Pride Day (PPD) events around Florida. Are you looking to participate in Pagan Pride Day events in your area, but aren’t sure when or where they might be? Or are you planning to attend a PPD event and want to know if members of EMLC will be there so that you can meet us and see if you want to join our Local Council (here’s a hint – you absolutely do!) We will be keeping this page up to date with PPD events around Florida, and noting which ones will have EMLC’ers attending. Keep checking back as we will add more events as we hear about them! Find local events in your area at the PPD site.

Ft. Lauderdale Pagan Pride Day

September 24, 2016
12p-7pm
Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft. Lauderdale
Free with non-perishable food or clothing donation
MoonPathCUUPS PPD

The MoonPath Chapter of CUUPS is hosting the 18th annual Pagan Pride Day. It’s a celebration of Mabon plus Family Picnic. Bring your non-perishable food items and clothing to be donated to the Cooperative Feeding Program of Broward County.

Bring your own picnic food and drink, or purchase from the delicious King of CUUPS Catering. There will be fun for all ages including drumming, vending, crafts, tarot readings and so much more. Doors open at noon and the event culminates with the Autumn Equinox Ritual in Scottish Tradition at 5:30pm.

Treasure Coast Pagan Pride Day

October 15, 2016
10a-6p
Savannas Recreation Area, Ft. Pierce
Free, with non-perishable food donation
http://www.tcppd.org
Treasure Coast Pagan Pride Days
RSVP for Treasure Coast Pagan Pride Day

In it’s third year at the beautiful Savannas Recreation Area in Ft. Pierce, Treasure Coast Pagan Pride Day (TCPPD) is shaping up to be a terrific event! There will be plenty of workshops, along with a performances by amazing artists.

Admission to this all-day family-friendly event is free. You are asked to bring a donation of non-perishable food. These donations will go directly to the Treasure Coast Food Bank. Interested in vending? Click here for the vendor application!

Jacksonville Pagan Pride Day

September 18, 2016
Free, though donations are accepted to help keep the event going as well as items for their charity drives
Garden Club of Jacksonville
Website: Jacksonville Pagan Pride Alliance
Jax Pagan Pride Alliance
RSVP for the Jacksonville PPD Event!

Festivities include educational workshops and demonstrations, local vendors, music, Pagan covens and groups, local nonprofit organizations, charity drives, silent auctions, and more! Event is both indoors and outdoors, flowing from the ballroom to the beautiful fountain courtyard. Jacksonville Pagan Pride Day is aimed to provide a safe and fun environment to help spread accurate information about earth-based religions, build community, support local charities, and aid in activism of Paganism and religious tolerance. For those that are of a Pagan religion, it helps to foster your identity and provide educational and community sources of support and guidance. For others, this event helps you to better understand your Pagan family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, etc. It is locally coordinated by Sanctuary: Realms of Spiritual Growth, an open Pagan group.

Volusia County Pagan Pride Day

Saturday, October 8, 2016
10am-4pm
Ormond UU Church, 55 N. Halifax Drive
Free with a food donation or donation of pet food/items.
Volusia Pagan Pride Day

Join the wonderful pagans of Volusia County during their Pagan Pride Day celebration! Enjoy a day of workshops and venders with a Harvest Ritual to follow. In the area? Why not be a vendor, or share some knowledge by presenting a workshop?! Click here to email VCPPD directly!


Do you know of a PPD event in FL that’s not on our list? Please let us know in the comments so we can add it asap!

Melyssa Caballero

Can you have a Pagan Pride day closer to Fort Myers, Florida? I bet there would be plenty of people to come to it.. blessed be..

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Melyssa, EMLC itself doesn’t host any Pagan Pride Day events, but we’re always on the look-out for being able to connect people with PPD events in their area. Often there’s a CUUPS chapter that is involved. You might want to check out the CUUPS Ft Myers page for any possible PPD events they are hosting: http://cuupsfm.org/

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