The 13th Annual NYC Pagan Pride Day
Saturday, September 28th, 2013
11 AM - 5 PM, Washington Square Park, NYC, Rain or Shine!
All ages are welcome at the FREE event which will include: bands and belly dancers, workshops, candles, incense, clothing, jewelry and other incredible area merchants.
We're currently tetris-ing the schedule together!
We're always in need of volunteers, so please click on our volunteer tab and let us know how you'd like to help out!
Breaking News! SJ Tucker will be joining us on the main stage!
“Without our songs and stories, we are nothing.”
This one phrase tells you what you need to know about S. J. Tucker.
Multi-instrumentalist, road warrior, front woman, songwriter and rallying point; yes, she is all of these things. More than anything, she is a storyteller.
Named a vanguard of the Mythpunk movement and even “the face of
neo-tribal Paganism” by Witches & Pagans Magazine, Tucker is the voice
of lore at the campfire and the sharp laughter of modern myth.
With one hand anchored in her art and the other held out to you,
she is songs and stories, community and wit.
September suddenly seems so far away! While you're counting the days,
surf over to SJ's website and try to pick your favorite song!
March With Us!
New York Pagan Pride Project, along with the Gay Men's Pagan Circle, Novices of the Old Ways, and many others will be marching in the NYC Pride Parade on Sunday, June 30th Check here for more information!
We will be collecting for our Charities which include a food drive for City Harvest and a Pet food drive benefiting one of the many all-volunteer, no kill, animal fostering and adoption groups in and around NYC
In the past, we've averaged 300 pounds of food collected! We aim to get that up to 500 this year!
We are also celebrating the return of
It is given by NYC Pagan Pride in honor of a student in college or vocational school who is a) an out Pagan and b) has shown service to the Pagan community and c) can demonstrate with academic transcript and essay their potential for making a future impact on the NYC Pagan Community. This is a great opportunity for our community to come together and nurture our future leadership.
NYCPPP is about more than just one day, it is about our diverse and wonderful community!
We also host Pagan Nights Out to help raise funds for the scholarship and to help raise our sense of community. Come on out and meet up with us!