Orlando Pagan Pride Day for 2020

After a long and hard decision we have decided to adjust this year’s Orlando Pagan Pride day. We were originally going to hold it at the same park as last year but given the situation concerning Covid-19, having an in-person event is not something we feel could be done safely for everyone and to the same standard as the previous years.

With the bad news out of the way, on to the good news.

Presenting:

Orlando Pagan Pride Day Direct 2020

Saturday October 3rd 1:00pm EDT

A live online event with workshops, music, speakers, ritual and a virtual vending area. Which you can enjoy anywhere you can get an internet connection. 

We will have more details to come as things get closer. 

If you are a vendor and are interested in participation click here: Vendor Form

If you want to be a presenter, please click here: Presenter Form

So mark your calendars, tell your friends, and spread the news!

Thank you for all your continued support, and even in hard times we will come together as a community and show our pride!

Blessed Be,
Magus
Orlando Pagan Pride Coordinator

2019 Day and Location Announcement

It is with great pleasure that the next Orlando Pagan Pride Day will be held on October 5th, 2019 10am – 6pm at Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake in the Carter Center.

Pagan Pride Day is an annual celebration started by The Pagan Pride Project to promote the pagan community and build a positive message about pagans around the world. This event is free and open to all.

So if you are in or out of the broom closet, want to get to know your friendly neighborhood pagans, or are interested in learning more about what paganism is make sure you mark your calendar.

In past years we had vendors, workshops, ritual, psychics, a kids area, food and fellowship.

Please follow us on Facebook or keep an eye here on our website to stay updated.

Much more information is to follow.

If you want to know more or get involved please email info@orlandopaganpride.com for vendors please email vendor@orlandopaganpride.com.

I would like to thank the community for all their support that has helped build this event over the years.

Blessed Be,
Magus
Orlando Pagan Pride Coordinator