Activities

Activities

Tug of war and love with the Harvest Queen and King!  All’s fair.

Tug of Love
Tug of Love

What happens at Eugene Pagan Pride Day Fair?

Pagan Information Tables – learn more about More our community

Food Drive for Food for Lane County- please bring non-perishable food item

Free Workshops on informative and relevant topics

Public Harvest Ritual with a spiral dance

Merchants vending marvelous, mystical, and magical items

Children’s Crafts, Games

Tug of War with the Harvest King and Queen

Wild Hunt for knowledge

Altar Contest –  Vote for your favorite.  Best looking altar wins a prize!

 

Fund Raisers throughout the year.  All proceeds from  the Fund Raisers go towards paying for the event costs.  These include park licenses,  porta-potties, water for the volunteers, decorations, flyers, the event brochure, and more.  All work is done by unpaid volunteers.  If you are interested in hosting a fund raiser or have a fund raising idea, please contact us.

Hosting a food drive for the local Lane County Food Bank and  educating others about  who we are and what we do.

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Defining the Pagan Pride Project Mission Statement:

We try to keep our purpose balanced through the inspirations of Air, Fire, Water, and Earth:

  • Air: Education
    We’re never going to be able to practice our spiritual paths openly if we don’t give the public accurate information about what we do and do not do.
  • Fire: Activism
    People aren’t necessarily going to go out of their way to find out what Pagans really do. We have to have the courage to act on our convictions and do what we need to do.
  • Water: Charity
    We know that what we do returns to us. We need to demonstrate this by offering compassion to our communities where it is needed. When we share our own abundance, we show that we trust the Gods to share abundance with us in return.
  • Earth: Community
    We’re never going to be able to practice openly if we don’t know anyone else in our local Pagan communities. We need to weave networking webs in our cities, in our towns, in our rural areas. We need these webs to support one another. That support will also show those who would restrict our practice that we are not just a few isolated wackos, but are a growing congregation of people who adhere to a faith that, while different, is as valid as their own.