The Pagan Pride Day Project is international and first began in September of 1998. It's purpose was to increase goodwill and public relations towards pagans by providing an open ritual or celebration inviting both Pagans and Non-pagans, encourage positive media coverage of Pagans and Paganism, and provide materials or food to local charities and food banks (to symbolize the Pagans responsibility to their community). The Inland Empire Pagan Pride Day began in September of 2000, it has been sponsored by the Pagan Inland Empire Fellowship in an effort to support the ideals of the Pagan Pride Day International and provide fellowship for community Pagans.
ALL DAY ACTIVITIES
Vendor booths Carnival Games Family Arts and Crafts Area
Canned Food Drive Memorial Tent to Margot Adler
10am Opening Ceremony - Drum Circle by Sheri
10:30 Welcome - Nancy Cione
11:00 Joseph Merlin Nichter, Author- Ink Blot Tarot (in amphitheater)
12:00 White Feather- Spiritual Flute
12:30 Tony Mierzwieki, Author - Egyptian Magic (in amphitheater)
1:30 Dan McKay - Folk Music
2:00 Peter Paddon, Author - Enchantment (in amphitheater)
3:00 Dancing Belly - Tribal Belly Dance
3:30 - Kids Parade
5:00 Closing Ritual
12:00 Reiki with Carol
12:30 Mouse Making Madness with Misty
1:30 Beginning Belly Dance- Carol
2:00 Beginning Tarot Card Reading
3:00 Seasonal Wreath Making - TamMara
3:30Drumming with Sheri (coinciding with the kids parade)
FAMILY ARTS AND CRAFTS AREA
There is a $5.00 parking pass required.
Bring the kids,and a Chair and hang out with us and enjoy a day of fun.