16th Annual Kansas City Pagan Pride Day

Harvest Festival ~ Craft Faire 

Sunday, 28 September 2014, 10am-6pm

Merriam Marketplace, 5740 Merriam Drive, Merriam, KS 66203

Kansas City Pagan Pride Day is an annual harvest festival celebrating our Pagan identity in an atmosphere of fellowship, community, and acceptance.  Come join us for a fun-filled day of craft and food vendors, live entertainment, a charity auction and food drive, children's activities, harvest rituals, and other great activities.

Since 1999, Kansas City Pagan Pride Day has sought to promote tolerance and understanding between people of different belief systems and provide the public an opportunity to experience a first-person view of not only what Pagans do but how we do it.  Our desire is that the public might gain a better understanding of Pagan beliefs and practices, even if we differ in religious opinions and approach.

If you are a Pagan, we hope this event will help you grow in pride and confidence in your chosen path.

If you are not Pagan, we welcome you to join us with the intent to experience and learn more about Paganism so that we might open lines of communication to identify common ground.  

   

 

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