Meet local Pagans, Wiccans, Witches, Druids, Bards, and all others of an Earth-friendly spirituality and/or practice. Come to a Pagan Meetup to make friends, share lore, exchange ideas and knowledge.
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO. We are an Earth centric Pagan discussion forum. We hold conversational meetups once per month on the first Friday of each month unless otherwise noted. These are relaxed and easy going. We often have potluck goodies and drink. Each meetup lasts about two hrs although some do run overtime. People are always welcome to come and go as they wish.
We sometime have wine or other “spirits” available and sexual topics are sometimes discussed, for these and other reasons we ask that participants refrain from bringing children.
OTHER EVENTS may be posted on our meetup site that are not monthly meetups Per-se; for instance a sabbatt gathering with an open invite from a particular group may be posted. In these instances the invitation and RSVP process are exactly the same. The difference is in the description, if the listing says “___” (name of Group)” _______” (name of event), this indicates the event is from a supporting group. For instance; “The Pomegranate Grove Full Moon”, or, “Movie Night with The Princess Bride sponsored by The Pomegranate Grove.” These are open invites and if it is posted you are welcome to attend with an RSVP.
WHOM TO BRING: Adults and young adults 18 and over should be comfortable.
WHAT TO BRING: Note pad or cell phone to gather and share book titles, web addresses, etc. Bring a book to play show-and-tell if desired.
BEST OF SELF TO BRING: Conversation is generally rated PG-13, (but not always) and is intended for audiences tolerant of a wide variety of spiritual beliefs and lifestyles within the limits of "harm none." It is not a dispute forum. The organizers will not mediate but will ensure that the group has an environment of freedom and respect to look forward to, consistently. Passionate ideals bear fruit through Nature's best power conductor, the waters of relaxed connectivity. Welcome, All My Relations.
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders