Sunday, September 10th
Has been cancelled this year due to threat of severe weather!
We are always the 2nd Sunday in September, so we look forward to seeing you all September 8, 2024
Southeastern Mass Pagan Pride day is just one of many Pagan Pride Day events that take place worldwide. We are a nonprofit organization to establish awareness of earth centered belief systems to our local communities.
Pagan Pride Day event is always free, and we invite all who wish to learn and participate in a celebration of spirituality of pagan traditions and beliefs. We have open ritual, musical entertainment, free workshops (classes) and many vendors attending to make this a festival of pride and celebration!
Your support is greatly appreciated. We believe in giving back to our local community for the bounty we share however in lieu of food this year, we are asking for cash donations to be turned over to the local food bank in Middleboro so they can share in our harvest. By buying in bulk - food banks can stretch the donations even further. No amount specified- give what you can and please continue to join us!
Pets are welcome as long as they abide by to town laws: All pets must be leashed and licensed.
Our ritual this year will be lead by Alix Wright. Alix is an experienced ritualist witch and dedicated teacher who specializes in guiding others on their spiritual journey. With a profound understanding of magical practices, Alix combines her knowledge, skills and intuition to create a transformative learning experience for her students. She is well versed in various forms of witchcraft, emphasizing ritual work and its power in manifestation and personal growth. Alix's teachings focus on connection with nature, harnessing energy and embracing the spiritual self.
Come join us on the field to see what she has in store for us this year.
We are looking for your support!
Have a student that needs to fulfill Community Service commitments? We are always looking for day of event volunteers to track incoming donations, selling raffle tickets, assisting with booth set up /break down and directing people. Please reach out to SEMAPPD@gmail.com
From 495 South: Take Exit 14 for Rt 18 South Follow the SEMAPPD signs
From 495 North:Take Exit 12 for MA 105 S/Lakeville. Follow the SEMAPPD signs.
Unfortunately Southern New England is at high risk for severe weather including thunderstorms Sunday, so the committee feels its in everyone's interest and safety to cancel the event. We will miss you and look forward to see all of you next year September 8th.