pagan-wideTwin Cities Pagan Pride, a free fall event open to the public, offers education about Paganism to the larger community. It returns from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 (no rain date) to Minnehaha Falls Park, 4801 S. Minnehaha Park Dr., Minneapolis.

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 drive, and rituals, discussions, vendors and entertainment.

This year’s event will focus on programming and performers that will offer education and enrichment, as well as feature:

  • Musical acts and rituals
  • A labyrinth for everyone to walk, meditate and/or contemplate
  • An array of vendors selling Pagan and non-Pagan wares (jewelry, herbs, hand-made goods, books, and more)

Attendees are encouraged to provide donations to Twin Cities Pagan Pride’s food shelf partner, Groveland Emergency Food Shelf.

Twin Cities Pagan Pride is an independent organization that educates the general public about earth-reverent faiths, promotes religious tolerance for all faiths, and provides a forum for the exploration, comparison, contrast, growth and expansion of diverse spiritual and religious ideas, theories, practices, traditions and views. For more information, visit Pagan Pride.

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