Wednesday, August 09, 2006

EVENT: Maine Pagan Pride: SATURDAY!

Here's a great event for anyone interested, pagan or not, from the Maine Pagan mailing list. Check it out -- it's worth it to see Medusa's Maidens bellydancing, let alone meeting a bunch of folks and going to a great series of free workshops.


Hey folks, this is a reminder that the third annual Maine Pagan Pride Day event will be held this upcoming Saturday!

Date: Saturday August 12th
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: Allen Ave UU Church, 524 Allen Ave Portland, Maine (Same place as last year!) Rain or shine!!!!
Charity: Please bring a canned food donation to benefit Project FEED, a local foodbank in Portland! FREE and open to the public!

See the location on the map by visiting here.

We have a lot of great workshops scheduled throughout the day, all which are free to attend as always! There will be a Wiccaning ritual happening at 2pm that will be open to the public, as well as our annual harvest ritual at 4pm.

We have the Medusa Maidens doing a belly dance performance, as well as several musicians, drumming groups and performers scheduled throughout the day! We have a nice lineup of vendors, so come prepared to shop! Hotdogs and chips and sodas will be available during lunchtime, and Spiral Scouts will be selling goodies throughout the day at their bakesale table. This year's raffle will even include signed books from authors like Starhawk, Jane Raeburn, and Margot Adler! If you would like to see
the press release for the event please visit:

If you would like to see more about the event schedule and list of activities during the day please visit:

If you would like to help out with the event, we really need people Friday night August 11th to help setup and move tables, hang signs etc. If you can help, please meet us at the UU Church at 6pm on Friday. I am in my 9th month of pregnancy so I will need all the help I can get to setup that night!

I hope that you can join us for this great day. It's always so much fun!

Please let me know if you have any questions, or ideas!

Blessed be,

Renae Bair
Coordinator, Maine Pagan Pride Day

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey thanks for posting this about Pagan Pride and Medusa Maidens!