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NYC Pagan Pride Celebration- 13th Annual!!

The city's longest continually running Pagan Community festival is back in new location- Washington Square Park! Run for the entire community, by members drawn from from the community!

All ages are welcome at the FREE event which will include: bands and belly dancers, workshops, candles, incense, clothing, jewelry and other incredible area merchants. 

Author and Cherry Hill seminary founder Kirk White will be here from Vermont! Local favorite, High Priestess of Novices of the Old Ways,  Courtney Weber! And all of your favorite groups! 

 Food Drive to Benefit Citi Harvest!

We are currently working on getting the schedule to together- check our facebook group NYC PPP, Inc, and of course our website!!!!

This year we are pleased to be welcoming renowned musician SJ Tucker, who has been featured in Pagans and Witches magazine!

Without our songs and stories, we are nothing.”

This one phrase tells you what you need to know about S. J. Tucker.

Multi-instrumentalist, road warrior, front woman, songwriter and rallying point; yes, she is all of these things. More than anything, she is a storyteller.

Named a vanguard of the Mythpunk movement and even “the face of

neo-tribal Paganism” by Witches & Pagans Magazine, Tucker is the voice

of lore at the campfire and the sharp laughter of modern myth.

With one hand anchored in her art and the other held out to you,

she is songs and stories, community and wit.

September suddenly seems so far away! While you're counting the days,

surf over to SJ's website and try to pick your favorite song!


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  • Maggie

    I had a great time at Pagan Pride today. Our family really made a connection to a small group of women from a group from Maryland. (wooo...yoooo..) could be that its something that we could do if those that work can get time off for June. I hope so because not sure how I'd get down there otherwise.

    September 28, 2013

  • wanda

    had a wonder time. SJ Tucker was amazing! Looking forward to next year's event. Blessed be

    September 28, 2013

  • Vinny

    I think u have the wrong address for washington square park since Irving Place is near 14th street

    September 23, 2013

  • Maggie

    I'm Solitary again after moving away from my Grove in FL. So I look forward to bringing my family. I'd like to bring my service dog as well if its ok.

    1 · September 23, 2013

    • Arlene Fried (Hectuba H.

      The atmoshphere is usually very family oriented and friendly. Also, as long as your service dog has the special harness they wear, there should not be a problem (as service dogs are usually very well behaved)

      September 23, 2013

  • Michael V.

    How late does this usually run? Mandy's working but we'd love to come late in the day.

    September 5, 2013

    • Arlene Fried (Hectuba H.

      According to their website (which has the accurate time) it runs from 11 am - 5 pm

      September 5, 2013

  • Arlene Fried (Hectuba H.

    Are we doing this at night time in the park? Your meetup says it starts at 11 pm

    August 2, 2013

  • Linda

    As a Hellenic Pagan I'm pretty much a solitary practitioner. I'm also older than most (all?) people in the various pagan groups. I am, however, open to all beliefs and look forward to attending this year.

    August 1, 2013

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