Albuquerque Pagan Pride

Sunday Sept 24, 2017

748 Tulane Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106




Raven Reed Starr

Phone: 505-264-9649
Website: Click to Visit

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Enjoy the delights of New Mexico’s Pagan harvest celebrations while and support local hungry families by supporting the food drive by donating non-perishable food items.

When the monsoon rains have just left the earth ripe and ready for the season of harvest, Mother Earth calls her children to join in celebration and abundance!  We invite you to come out for a day of play on Sunday, September 24, 2017 starting at 9 am in Bataan Park at Lomas/Carlisle in Albuquerque. Enjoy the delights of New Mexico’s Pagan Harvest Celebrations while you help Albuquerque’s hungry by supporting our food drive, the heart of our event. This full day event is in its 17th year and is part of worldwide movement to supplement food banks and educate the public on the various paths of Paganism. The cost of admission, at least one non-perishable food item to support the First Unitarian Church Food Pantry, will open the doors to a world of over 40 exotic merchants, live concerts featuring local musicians, workshops well known pagan authors/elders, harvest rituals, a healing area, artisan displays, educational non-profit booths, and plenty of harvest games!  Connect and celebrate the harvest with the local Pagan and Wiccan community with a scavenger hunt for prizes that will both entertain and educate!  Bring the entire family for a full day of fun– kid’s activities featuring crafts, storytelling, face painting, a kid’s parade and other harvest games. Get into the swing of the season with a tug of war, and enjoy (and vote for!) beautiful altars representing the many different flavors of the local Pagan community. Experience the local artistry and craftsmanship in our artisan booth displaying many forms of art – from photography and painting to wood carving, jewelry, ritual tools, sewing and other crafts. Shop for the holidays among our merchants offering unique wares in perfumes, body lotions, clothing, statues, herbs, artwork, sarongs, tie dye, glasswork, and many specialty items! Relax and entertain yourself with massage, tarot readings, henna art, crystal ball readings, and decadent chocolate, honey and other treats! The theme this year is Harvest Blessings, so dress in your favorite pagan/fun clothing!

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