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Saturday, November 13th, 2010
12:47 pm
Hi and Merry Meet :)
My name is El and I wanted to invite you all to join in a brand new world wide pagan community project.

The Merry Meet!


Created by the Pagan Community, for the Pagan Community.

Where pagans, psychics and alternative spiritual types connect from around the globe!

Create your profile, make a group and forum for your coven, join other pagans and spiritual folk in intelligent conversation on our forums, share images, music and stories or simply connect with new and old friends.

You can even create and promote your events or your pagan related business!

The Merry Meet is here to bring together our community with Love, Joy and Wisdom. We're still brand new and slowly ironing out the kinks so please be patient with us!

Friday, September 29th, 2006
1:22 pm
Baltimore Pagan Pride Day Starts Tomorrow!!

The First Annual Baltimore Pagan Pride
10 am to 5 pm Saturday, Sept. 30, 2006

The Ben Cardin Picnic Grove & Pavilion
Gwynn Falls/Leakin Park, Baltimore, MD
See: http://www.openhearth.org/baltimore/

Be one of those who say... "I was at the very first!" In a little
less than 24 hours, the 2006 Washington-Baltimore Pagan Pride Week
officially kicks off with the FIRST Baltimore Pagan Pride Day!

Make plans to take part in this historic event while enjoying two
live bands, three workshops, a community drum circle, kid's
activities and over a dozen vendor and community organization tables!

A free and open event taking place at the Gwynn Falls/Leakin Park in
Baltimore, MD - participants are encouraged to bring a bag lunch and
their drums; as well as a canned food and a Pagan book donation.

LIVE MUSIC: Two great bands will join us tomorrow, including American
Sinner and Plastic Sky, both previously featured favorites at the
Open Hearth Foundation's Pagan Band Jam series.

FREE WORKSHOPS: Classes will include Druidry by Caryn MacLuan and Will Pierson,
a review of the Correllian Tradition by Pam Griffith, and an introduction
to Faery Magic by Vivienne Colquhoun.

CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES: Don't forget to bring the kids! The Baltimore
Pagan Pride Day will offer an extensive collection of children's
activities on the beautiful grounds of Gwynn Falls/Leakin Park.

TABLE SPONSORS: Over a dozen different organizations will be
represented tomorrow, including: Campbell's Unique Editions Books,
CedarLight Grove, Change of Seasons, Chesapeake Pagan Community,
Correllian Nativist Tradition of Wicca Temple of the Sacred Arts,
Free Spirit Alliance, The Healing Way, Jonas' Attic, Lexie's Grove &
Winter Wolf's Den Incorporated & As You Wish, The Open Hearth
Foundation, The Pagan Peddler, SpiralHeart, SpiralScouts
International, Spiral Dance Circle, Squaring the Circle, Sylfaen
Blends, and Tarot Readings by Abba Eridanus.

For directions and additional details about the Baltimore Pagan Pride
Day see: http://www.openhearth.org/paganpride/bal

Th Open Hearth Foundation would like to offer its thanks in advance
to the members of the Baltimore Planning Team for its tremendous help
putting together an amazing first event, including (among many
others) Stephanie Stills, Killina, Vivienne Colquhoun, CedarlLight
Grove, and the Chesapeake Pagan Community.


Kicking off the larger Washington-Baltimore Pagan Pride Week, the
Baltimore Pagan Pride Day is one of thirteen events scheduled this
year between Saturday, September 30 and Saturday, October 7. For the
full schedule of events, see: http://www.openhearth.org/paganpride/

To get daily notices and updates regarding the Washington-Baltimore
Pagan Pride Week, consider joining the OHF's free and low-traffic
email announcement list by visiting the Open Hearth Foundation site
at: http://www.openhearth.org/help/list.shtml


Please join us in thanking the major sponsors and supporters who have
helped make the Washington-Baltimore Pagan Pride Week possible:

CedarLight Grove, ADF

Correllian Nativist Tradition of Wicca Temple of the Sacred Arts

Free Spirit Alliance

The Paint Branch Nature Spirituality Circle



A nonprofit and federally recognized 501(c)(3) organization serving
the Washington, DC region - The Open Hearth Foundation is a Pagan
community center initiative working to create gathering space and
resources for Pagans of all paths. See: http://www.openhearth.org

Current Mood: excited
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