Twin Cities Pagan Pride will host the ninth annual Paganicon Midwest Conference, March 22-24, at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West, 3131 Campus Dr., in Plymouth.
Paganicon is a Pagan conference with workshops, panels, discussions, social space, live music, a ball, vendors and more. A host of volunteers provide an educational and social venue for Pagans, Wiccans, Heathens, Druids, and other folk, craft, indigenous or magickal traditions.
This year’s event will welcome the following special guests:
• Kristoffer Hughes, head of the Anglesey Druid Order, is the award-winning author of several books on Celtic mythology and Druidry.
• Beverley Smith, also known as “Doctor Beverley” in the Conjure/Hoodoo community, has been a spiritual teacher and civil rights advocate since the early 1990s.
• Damh the Bard is a Pagan musician, singer/songwriter, poet, host of “Druidcast,” the OBOD podcast, and storyteller with a growing international reputation. He is also the current “Pendragon” of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD), one of the largest international Druid Orders operating out of the UK.
Other Guests will include Healing Roots, Reverend Jean ‘Drum’ Pagano, Gogo Nyadze Ndara, Cerri Lee and Tuatha Dea.
For more information, visit www.paganicon.org.