Thursday, July 14, 2011

Indy Pagan Pride Day

Indianapolis Pagan Pride Day is the closest PPD event in geographic area to Bloomington. South Central Indiana notables, like Edain McCoy and Black Bear Grove, represent their work and connect with the larger Pagan community at this once a year event.

The Pagan Pride Project spans the globe, but it began right here in Indiana with the vision and efforts of Dagonet and Cecylyna Dewr (founders of Thalia Clan in Indianapolis) and a team of inspired co-conspirators that reached into other cities. Each Pagan Pride event strives to offer at least a ritual, a food drive and press release to promote public awareness and education.

The Indianapolis Pagan Pride Day, among the founding PPD events in the country, offers several rituals, a bountiful merchants' row, an auction, a drum circle, workshops, an art salon, dance performances, community feast, bardic circle, food and toiletries drives, and the very important press release and public education.

In 2011, PPD will be held at Broad Ripple Park (the event's long-standing venue) at 1550 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis, IN  on September 24 from 10am until 5pm.

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