Pagan Pride Day events are occurring all across Florida starting in September and running through October. EMLC members will be attending as many as we can. Here is a listing of all the PPD events we know of, and the information you’ll need to attend.
It 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
Are you looking to participate in Pagan Pride Day events in your area, but aren’t sure when or where they might be? Will you be attending 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
Don your Halloween glamour, stroll down the red carpet and smile for the cameras at the 15th Annual Witches’ Ball, “Magic in the Movies!” This year’s Ball, sponsored by the Red Hills Pagan Council (RHPC), will be Saturday, October 10, 2015 at the American Legion Hall, 229 Lake Ella Drive, from 8PM to 12:30AM. Lose yourself in celluloid dreams with iconic images of stardom, from Bela Lugosi to Bette Midler. And you just might get some “terrible thrills” – all
Equinox in the Oaks is a new Earth-centered, ethically-focused, family-affirming Pagan festival starting at the Spring Equinox of 2015. This festival will be held March 12-14, 2015 in beautiful Volusia County. Organized by several members of Everglades Moon LC, and other CoG members, this 3-day festival will definitely be one to add to your “cannot miss” list! Head over to the Equinox in the Oaks planning site to stay in the know about this upcoming event. Be sure to like them on
The first Pagan Pride Day on the Treasure Coast took place Saturday, September 13, 2014 in Fort Pierce, FL. Clouds loomed early in the day during setup, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the staff volunteers or their organizer, Kathy Lezon. “I was confident we would have a great event, rain or shine, but I’m grateful that Mother Nature granted us bright sun and constant breeze,” said Lezon after the event. 125 people came and enjoyed the beautiful scenery
It’s Pagan Pride Day season, and members of Everglades Moon Local Council are ready to represent! It seems that each year, there’s new Pagan Pride Days (PPD) for EMLC’ers to attend, and members are always happy to man a table, chat with other pagans and witches, and just have a fun time. These events tend to include good food, reconnection with old friends, introductions of new friends, amazing vendors, community building rituals, and more. Here’s a break-down of the PPD
A recent posting on the Covenant of the Goddess NPIO website reaffirming CoG’s long-time support for the Global Interfaith Council for a Parliament of World Religions. You can read the report in it’s entirety at the NPIO Blog. It says, in part: The Parliament is at a critical point. The Covenant of the Goddess is happy to be able to continue its support for the organization in a time of financial need,” says Ginger Wood, First Officer of Covenant of the Goddess.
A bunch of EMLC members made their way up to the Florida Pagan Gatheringfor Beltane 2012 over the past weekend, and we had a fabulous time. The “supermoon” was shining on us all weekend, and the festival was hot (in a few different ways). EMLC got everyone’s blood flowing by hosting a “meet and greet” on Thursday evening in the largest hall, called Valhalla. The theme was “Meet and Greet and Dance with the Fey,” so the hall was decked
Winter Conference a “Revelation” Bride of the forest, the wild hunt, and lost gods of the witches – ritualist and storyteller Steven Posch held the attention of all attending this year’s CHS Winter Conference, Giving Greater Rite. Comments from participants tell it the best: “Steven led us to a deeper level with ritual, to the place where real transformation happens.” – Holli Emore “I particularly loved his Bride of the Forest Ritual.” – Patrick McCollum“My favorite experience was the overall