Pagan Pride Day
AUBURN PAGAN PRIDE DAY
Join us at the Auburn (Alabama) Pagan Pride Day (PPD), Saturday, September 23, 2017, 12pm - 6:00 pm Central time, at the Davis Arboretum on the Auburn University. Sponsored by Church of the Spiral Tree, PPD is an one-day event, open to everyone, children included, and is free to attend. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to the East Alabama Food Bank.RSVP on Facebook!
If you'd like to apply to teach a class (preferably on beginner or intro topics), please fill out
here: classes.shtml. All applications will be considered, and
decided upon by the organizers. The deadline for applications is September 16, 2017.
WHAT TO BRING
A non-perishable food item to be donated to the East Alabama Food Bank
Chair or blanket
Drums and other instruments
Hoops, poi (no flame), other toys
Money for vendors
Show and Tell - by skippy
Come "show" yourself and "tell" us about your path, experiences, and any other bits of personal information you might want to share with the community. This will be an informal discussion, with attendees surrounding the moderator in a circle. So, come, meet, and learn about your fellow pagans. Who knows, you might even make a friend or two if you're not careful!
Church of the Spiral Tree's General Membership & Elections Meeting
A voting meeting for all active members of Church of the Spiral Tree. Interested non-members are also welcome to stop by and meet us!
Join us at our Main Ritual to celebrate the Equinox. The ritual is open to all.
6:00 pm - CLOSE
VENDORS & ORGANIZATIONS
Church of the Spiral Tree - CST, the sponsor of Auburn Pagan Pride Day, is a legally incorporated, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) religious organization, since 1997, based out of Auburn, Alabama. We are a non-profit, volunteer-staffed, ecumenical, LGBTQ-friendly, Pagan church, designed to foster and celebrate a sense of community and family among pagans, both locally and in other regions of the country/world. Yearly memberships for individuals and families begin at $20/year. We offer regular sabbat rituals, monthly Meetups for dinner and fellowship, and other activities to bring together Pagans from all over.