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A Networking Resource for Finding Wiccan, Pagan, Heathen, African, etc. Festivals and Events in Your Area.





Phoenix, AZ

Past, Present, Future

Saturday, November 4th, 2023 9 AM - 5 PM

This is our 20th annual live event. We will be located in the Circle of Life (in Steele Indian School Park). An entire day of FREE family entertainment (workshops readings & healings, entertainment) to learn about our local Pagan community.

There will be vendors and local artists; musicians; dancing; kids craft area; story telling; morning, noon, & evening rituals; raffles; and more! Food trucks will be on site, but bring a picnic lunch if you prefer.

PET FRIENDLY: Have your fur babies on a leash. We will have free biodegradable bags for those who might need them at information booths, as well as free bottled water in several marked areas.

PLEASE PACK IT IN: Recycling receptacles available, or please see a volunteer for assistance.

Phoenix Pagan Pride is a 501C3 under the Pagan Pride Project. Questions? Contact Lara Schneider at



PO Box 494, Murphys, CA

Eat, Drink and Be Wicked. Fun for the whole coven, be ready to eat, drink, shop, and enjoy Main Street Murphys, but be sure to dress to impress as your best Witch of Eastwick, Harry Potter character, Maleficent, sorcerers Saruman or Gandalf, Winifred, Sarah or Mary, the witches of MacBeth or the Good Witch of the North or the Wicked Witch of the East, or whatever other fascinating fantastical mystical character you can conjure. And bring your diminutive witches, mini warlocks and assorted flying monkeys with you, because this is also a family-friendly event.


8907 Warner Ave #120 and #238, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

JUNE 8th, 2024 10AM-5:30PM bring cash $5 for 15min Tarot Readings, Reiki Healing, and more Prize drawings, 6 tickets for $5 & delicious Tamales. Proceeds benefit OCLC


Sunday, October 8, 2023 10:00 am - 5:30 pm Rainbow Lagoon Park, Long Beach, CA

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS Pagan Pride Los Angeles/Orange County hosts one of the nation’s largest Pagan Pride Day festivals. This free, annual event celebrates the diversity of Paganism while educating the public about Pagan religions. Visit more than 80 vendors and organizations while enjoying a day filled with rituals, workshops, entertainment, and ceremonies. Kid and pet friendly, this popular event has something for everyone.


2726 South Grand Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Southern California Divination Conference will include presentations, discussions, and panels on developing your own deck. Reading tarot cards and other forms of divination. This is in-person event. Check out our website for more information on the presenters and the different topics that will be shared. Tickets are $45.00 per person.




1400 E Midway Rd, Fort Pierce, FL

Come out and celebrate Pagan Pride with us. There will be vendors, workshops, a drum circle, and a ritual. Our headliner for this event is author Nicolas Pearson-Walsh, author of "Crystal Basics" and "Flower Essences from the Witch's Garden"


1900 SW 50th Street, Bell, FL

Phoenix Festivals is a Pagan Metaphysical & Spiritual Retreat established 1992. Every March and October, we gather for a five day, four night outdoor event in north-central Florida ​to share and celebrate our beliefs. Each day is filled with workshops, community meals, live entertainment, rituals, fire spinning drumming, and dancing. We strive to provide an unforgettable and spiritual experience in a fun and safe environment. All ages are welcome.


Port Saint Lucie, Florida, United States

PSL Witches and Pagans is a 501c3 Community Non Profit organization for the Treasure Coast community. Here you will find meet up dates, useful info, and all around fun. We offer workshops, classes, and full moon rituals.  We give a safe place for all to come out and find like minded individuals.


Orlando, FL

Summer Magick Festival is an earth-based spirituality convention held every summer in an Orlando, Florida hotel. Workshops, rituals, and musical entertainment encourage tolerance and foster planetary stewardship. Each year we invite talented spiritual teachers--both new faces and familiar guides who return to deepen their connections to our community. An indoor magickal marketplace in the comfort of our hotel setting provides all manner of treasures for your spiritual work. We emphasize the rich diversity of our earth-based spiritual community with rituals from over six different traditions and our entire event is family-friendly. Join us at our next convention and find us on Facebook and Instagram!


Silver Springs, FL

Trees of Avalon Gathering (TAG) is a pagan festival sponsored by the Community of Many Church. The festivals are held twice yearly for 4-days in the Ocala forest every Beltane and Samhain. The site has air-conditioned bunkhouses & indoor rest room facilities. See the website for specific dates, workshops & headliners.


North Miami, FL

Turning the Tide is an annual Pagan festival brought to you by the Everglades Moon Local Council of the Covenant of the Goddess. Turning the Tide is an intimate gathering of Wiccans and Witches in South Florida. It is a camping weekend filled with rituals, workshops, food, and friendship. From its start in 1997, Turning the Tide has grown into one of the more popular festivals in South Florida. Members of EMLC and the local Pagan community present a variety of workshops. Previous years have included workshops on Norse cosmology, making honey pots, working with land spirits, beekeeping, singing, shapeshifting, astrology, and various forms of divination.




Georgia/South Carolina Fairgrounds, 308 Hale St, Augusta, GA

We are Augusta's largest covenstead and host of EarthFest Augusta, formerly PaganFest Augusta (rebranded to be more inclusive of our non-pagan witches!) 2023 will be our 8th year! This annual festival features 60+ vendors, entertainment, door prizes, children's area and more. This is a can't miss event!


Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore - 5531 Roswell Rd NE, Sandy Springs, GA

Come meet the House of Oakspring at Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore! Located in the metro Atlanta area, Oakspring ( is a semi-private wiccan community with the charge to provide for spiritual expression, growth, and the exploration of the deeper mysteries. Founded at Beltane 2000, we provide the training of priestesses/priests, and offer information and education on the old religion to interested seekers.


Atlanta, GA

Mystic South focuses on the magic, mysteries, and spirituality of The South. Mystic South is strongly committed to sponsoring an event that reflects and embraces the diversity of peoples and of religious practices, both past and present, that make-up our region. Join us in the city of the rising Phoenix for a chance to experience the new, magical Mystic South in all its amazing forms! Just as the land of the Southeast is rich and variable, we are also as a people. We welcome all.


Cumming, GA

May 31 - June 2, 2024 North Georgia Solitaries present a mini festival show casing local groups and pagans. Primitive camping and day passes, available. Red Top Mountain State Park, Cartersville, GA. Pioneer campground. 2 tracks of classes. Potluck Friday evening. Saturday evening ritual.




1407 W Morse Ave, Chicago, IN

Our Fair of Fortunes is back around for the month! This event is meant to celebrate and show off our local fortune tellers from tarot readers, to channelers, to rune readers, and more! May 17-19, readers will be in the Rogers Park Malliway Bros witchcraft shop. No appointment needed, just walk in and find an open spot! All money goes directly to the readers themselves. For more information, go to Malliway's Guild of Magic on meetup and see the full event, times, readers, and prices!




4093 Boone Hollow Rd, Springville, IN 47462

Over the years the festival community has brought together a rich and diverse collection of groups and individuals. These events have changed lives, forged bonds, and given us memories that will last for a lifetime. Through it all has been the thin thread of community that has connected us all. The goal of this event is to pull on that thread and bring the greater community together to celebrate the strength that comes from the unity in our diversity. We will be gathering to share, create, learn, teach, sing, and dance around the fire!


The foundation of this event will be what drew many of us out here in the first place. Camping and spending time with our friends around the fire. It is up to you, the community, to decide where it grows from there.


Presenters, performers, vendors, sponsors, and volunteers are needed. This event is a blank canvas for the community to express itself. We provide the opportunity, you create the magic.


This event isn’t based around a single holiday, interest, or spiritual path. Everyone is welcome to join us around the fire.




1110 Agency Street, Burlington, Iowa

Sacred Earth Society Summer Solstice Jujibilee June 16-18, 2023 Camp L-Keet-Ta Burlington Iowa


3 day camping event with music, ritual and juju!!!



19306 Bull Run Road, Springfield, LA

The Wyld Fire Beltane Hunt will be celebrating its 10th consecutive year, and it will be a wyld party weekend! Our event includes camping, swimming, hot tub, bonfires, drum circles, classes, live music, beautiful dancers, and sacred rituals, not-to-mention connection to the land and our community!



10816 Town Center Blvd #712, Dunkirk, MD

October 14th and 15th at the Charles County Fairgrounds in La Plata, MD! 2 Days of Witchy Fun and Shopping!


Darlington, MD

Free Spirit Gathering is an ecumenical pagan festival that has been running for more than 30 years in Darlington, MD. Workshops, rituals and pagan entertainment are highlighted for this week long festival. August 1-6 2023.


Patapsco State Park, Halethorpe, MD

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2024 Time: 12:00PM - 8:00PM Location: Patapsco State Park

Welcome to a mystical gathering of witches and practitioners alike! Join us for a day of enchantment, learning, and connection in the heart of nature. Our event features a variety of workshops and exciting raffles with spellbinding prizes.

Workshops Include:

12:00PM - Intuitive Readings w/ Jaime

1:45PM - Introduction to the Qabala w/ Ann

3:00PM - Grounding w/ June

4:15PM - Sacred Woods w/ Kiona

5:30PM - Casual Witchcraft in Corporate America w/ Teri

6:15 PM - Sound Bath w/ Linnea

Parking: Please note that parking is not guaranteed! Plan accordingly and consider carpooling. Maryland State Park entry fees apply: $3/vehicle for residents, $5/vehicle for out-of-state visitors.

Shelter Information: The name and location of the shelter will be printed on your ticket upon purchase for your convenience.


903 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD

The Sacred Space Conference is the premier annual esoteric conference on the East Coast for intermediate to advanced practitioners. Meeting in the Washington, DC/Baltimore area, each year our featured teachers and a host of highly qualified regional teachers offer a wide variety of workshops and rituals developed for a more advanced audience. Our attendees tell us that they are particularly grateful for the opportunity to pursue their continuous development in the company of their peers across many magickal traditions.



242 Adams Place, Boxborough, MA

Friday April 5, 2024 3PM EST through Sunday, April 7, 2024 4PM EST

Details: At the door, Regular admission is $20 or both days for $35

After Dark admission is $25.

Weekend Passes are $50

Save $$$ by preregistering now online!

With Advanced Online Tickets, Regular admission is $15 online or both days for $25 After Dark admission is $20 online, and weekend passes are $40.

Once again, New England’s premier Magickal Marketplace and Psychic Faire comes to the Boxborough Recency Hotel and Conference Center. This year’s theme is the Seasons. We will have musical performances by Jenna Greene, Nathaniel Johnstone and more. Lectures by Laura Temst Zakroff, Roxie Zwicker, Josh Simonds and Keynote Speaker, Author Heron Michelle. We will also have after dark activities including our annual Masquerade Ball! Plenty of Psychic readers will be available and our vendor room will be full of merchants selling their art, crystals, magickal wares and more! Join us to listen, learn and have fun!


Hopkinton, MA

We will be having an Egyptian - themed ritual and games for all ages/abilities at the Split Rock Pavilion, Hopkinton State Park on July 27, 2024. Admission is free as parking is not. $8 for MA residents/$30 for non-residents. Information about options to defray parking costs is on the event website.



Washtenaw Community College Community Park 4800 E. Huron River Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Join us on the campus of Washtenaw Community College on Saturday, September 9th, 2023 for a fun and enlightening day of classes and vendors! 10 classes from different spiritual paths, 15+ vendors, and food!



5521 S Saginaw St. G Flint, Michigan 48507

We hold Ritual Service every Sunday at 3pm at All Natural Healing Associates. Casting of circle, calling of quarters and an educational topic of pagan content delivered during service. All are welcome.


Reiki healing, meditations and periodic holiday events to follow after the service. Please see our website or fb for upcoming Wheel of the Year Public Ritual observances (Samhain, Yule, Beltane, etc.) and classes. Location of Service Rituals: All Natural Healing Associates: 5521 S Saginaw St. G, Flint, MI 48507


Houghton Lake, Michigan

Grab your broomsticks, shine up those witchy shoes, pack that cauldron, and conjure up your tickets! It's WITCHES WEEKEND! Michigan #1 Witchiest Weekends since 2018! Now EIGHT spellbinding events, over FOUR DAYS of spellbinding FUN in beautiful, Magickal Michigan! There is NO Weekend or Event quite like it! SO GOOD we host two back-to-back weekends a year to host all our Witches! It's one big witchy blur! We also manifest multiple events all over the Magickal Mitten State EVERY WEEKEND in October! Witches Weekend now consists of 8 separate enchanting events over the span of 4 days that celebrate everyone's INNER WITCH! A Witchy-themed Pub Crawl, Witches Day Out Psychic Fair & Shopping Bazaar, Photoshoots, Annual Karaoke Contest, Moonlit Market, Witches Night Out Costume Party & Soiree, and a Witches Tea complete with tea leaf reading, games, sweet treats & more! Every single event hosts numerous giveaways, games, contests, and prizes throughout the weekend! Learn more @


Warren, Michigan

Michigan Witches Ball is a nonprofit event to held annually to benefit Michigan Charities, promote religious tolerance and celebrate Samhain. It's a dinner, dance, and goes hand in hand with the Michigan Witches Bazaar on the morning of the ball. Our charities are Pagans In Need, Wolf Run Wildlife Spiritual Sanctuary, and The Michigan Pagan Scholarship. You can find us online on Facebook and Eventbrite.


Warren, Michigan

Michigan Witches Bazaar is a shopping event held in conjunction with the Michigan Witches Ball. Held annually, it is completely supported by our sponsors, many who vend. Artisans, crafters, organizations, and businesses from across the Midwest attend this event. Their contributions facilitate the ball to support Michigan charitable organizations. We also hold a canned food drive at the event. Our Bazaar strives to promote religious tolerance and celebrate Samhain. Our charities are Michigan Witches Bazaar on the morning of the ball. Our charities are Pagans In Need, Wolf Run Wildlife Spiritual Sanctuary, and The Michigan Pagan Scholarship.




3131 Campus Dr, Plymouth, MN 55441

Paganicon is a annual full weekend indoor Pagan conference with programming, entertainment, vendors, an art gallery, and more! This event usually falls on the weekend nearest to the spring equinox in March. This event is organized and hosted by Twin Cities Pagan Pride, a nonprofit educational organization. We foster pride in diverse Pagan identities through education, activism, charity and community.



Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West, 3131 Campus Dr, Plymouth, MN 5544

The Samhain Symposium is an all day event (9AM-5PM) to celebrate the diversity of our community. A pagan event with a sprinkle of spirituality. This will include a psychic gallery, 2 tracks of programming, outdoor ritual and more! There will also be a unique mix of vendors, readers and healers, including tarot readings, reiki, artisan candles, and more. And don’t forget there will be psychic mediums present delivering messages from the Universe and lost loved ones during the gallery reading. The focus will be on sharing knowledge and building up the community in a supportive quirky environment. So don’t miss this spiritual Samhain Symposium! All Inclusive Ticket for only $79 (Sandwich buffet lunch AND Psychic Gallery included!)




Ft. Leonard Wood Shrine Camp, Waynesville, Missouri

Registration is open for the 2024 Pagan Spirit Gathering, national weeklong celebration of Summer Solstice, being held June 16-23 in south central Missouri, USA. This year’s theme is Resonating Radiance. Pagan Spirit Gathering, also known as PSG, brings together Pagans of many paths and places to create and live in a magickal village community. The Gathering includes rituals, workshops, concerts, merchanting, bonfires, drumming, candlelight labyrinth, Pagan Leadership Institute, life passages programs, and other activities. Learn more & register:


Kansas City, Missouri

The purpose of Temple Scarlet is to subvert sexual taboos and transform sexual culture for the better by providing safe, consensual, educational, intimate, and spirituality centered information and experiences.


Temple Scarlet events and posts cover topics like polyamory, sex magick, love languages, BDSM, tantra, trauma healing, deities of sexuality, body positivity, sex education, and love in all its forms. The Temple Scarlet Retreat is a weekend long camping experience with classes, activities, rituals, and community fires.


Temple Scarlet events are open to persons of all genders, sexualities, relationship styles and relationships statuses. Classes and workshops cover topics like polyamory, sex magick, love languages, BDSM, tantra, trauma healing, deities of sexuality, body positivity, sex education, love and intimacy in all its forms.




Doubletree Hilton, 2 Somerset Pkwy, Nashua, New Hampshire

Join Witches and Wise Folk from across New England as they gather to celebrate the thinning of the veil between the realms of the living and the dead. Now in its 17th year, Celebrate Samhain (pronounced “sah-win”) is New England’s premier Samhain festival – celebrating the final harvest and honoring those who’ve passed.

Enhance your magickal practice with a series of presentations by prominent metaphysical authors and instructors. Shop the unique wares of dozens of the finest mystical vendors and artisans from throughout the region. Enlist a reading with a gifted psychic; and be entranced by music and song that celebrates myth, magic, and ancient ways. Finally, join in an open ritual led by the leaders of Serenity Coven that honors the ancestors and beloved dead.




113 Cam Corto, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

November 14 at 5:00 pm - November 17 at 5:00 pm Save the date for our annual Retreat honoring the goddess Hekate. Contact to reserve your cabin space.


113 Cam Corto, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Saturday, June 22nd, 6:00 pm, at the Ardantane Campus. Free. There will will songs, stories, fellowship and feasting. Bring a potluck dish or beverage. No charge, though freewill donations are welcome. Contact for directions or more information. You may RSVP below if you like. NOTE THAT THIS IS AN IN-PERSON RITUAL.



113 Cam Corto, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Saturday, August 3rd, 6:00 pm, at the Ardantane Campus. Free. There will will songs, stories, fellowship and feasting. Bring a potluck dish or beverage. No charge, though freewill donations are welcome. Contact for directions or more information.



113 Cam Corto, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Saturday, September 21st, 6:00 pm, at the Ardantane Campus. Free. There will will songs, stories, fellowship and feasting. Bring a potluck dish or beverage. No charge, though freewill donations are welcome. Contact for directions or more information.


113 Cam Corto, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

Saturday, November 2nd, 6:00 pm, at the Ardantane Campus. Free. There will will songs, stories, fellowship and feasting. Bring a potluck dish or beverage. No charge, though freewill donations are welcome. Contact for directions or more information.




Yaphank Farm, 350 Yapank Ave, Yaphank, NY 11980

October 22 11-2PM

Come and join us at the Farm For the Ancestors Call. at Yaphank Farm one of the oldest working farms on Long Island Join us as we listen as Bella weaves the myths and story of the ancient Celtic practice of /Sowin/samhain what it means to us now in modern times Then craft time making ancestral candles for our loved ones who passed beyond the veil to take home The Ceremony begins as we pass through the boundary of the sacred circle created under the black event tent.. cleansing ourselves with sage and sweet grass we take our place in circle and pass the speaking stick telling our stories of our ancestors that have passed at the cauldron of transformation we write our prayers and requests to the fire as each of us will have a moment to release in spoken word or silence In the tent we will have a Ancestors table set up bring photo of love ones to place upon the table of remembrance pot luck feast to follow I will have paper plates and utensils on hand Please bring a camp appropriate clothing and good shoes for those who will be pumpkin picking and corn maze walking tea and hot coco with cookies I have on hand to keep you warm pumpkin picking and those who wish a hayride it's 12 bucks and 2 dollar pumpkins payed at farm entrance dress as you wish in your ancestral garb Bella will be in Nordic style of her forefathers See everyone there ..Sunday 22nd 11 to 2pm ceremony starting at noon


Hopewell Junction, NY

This intimate Samhain day retreat gathering includes four workshops and optional tarot card readings. Each workshop is a potent offering to invoke our collective power as witches in time for Halloween and Samhain.




Clifton, Ohio

Three Cranes Grove is excited to announce the return of Summerland! We hope that you’ll join us for the Summerland Festival 2024: From the Well of Wisdom, August 15-18, 2024! We’re thrilled to return to Camp Clifton for another year of ritual, learning, and community in the woods near the Little Miami River. Wisdom comes in many forms: we find it in ancient texts and traditions, in the deep wells that store our cultural knowledge, but also in new traditions and discoveries, the insight that appears with experimentation and creativity, a bright new spring that refreshes the land. We hope that sounds as intriguing and invigorating to you as it does to us. Presenter applications, vendor applications, and registration now open!


Pomeroy, Ohio

Wild Spirit Festival is a 5 day Pagan festival held at Wisteria Event Site. Wild Spirit Festival features workshops, performances, drum circles and more. During our time together as a community we will explore storytelling, ritual, art, and movement as powerful tools for spiritual transformation. We'll find actions we can take to anchor and integrate our experiences so we return to the mundane world changed. Wisteria is a tent camping site with portalets and hot water showers. Wild Spirit Festival offers an optional vegetarian or vegan meal plan. Payment plans are available. Register early for the best pricing.




2131 Osage Hills, Park Rd, Pawhuska, OK 74056

Bartlesville Area Pagans will be hosting this year's 2024 Pagan event at Osage Hills State Park. Previously known as Winter Moot, Samhain camp out, and all the other past manifestations of this wonderful huge Pagan gathering. The date is set for Friday November first. Saturday November second and Sunday November third. There are communal cabins, with 7 sets of bunk beds in each cabin. Ice chest,s are welcome. Bring your own beverage,s You must bring all your own bedding. Cabins have heat an air. A huge mess hall/ Event center. For our classess and meals. Wich meals and classess will be coverd with price of admission. We will be hosting vendors and a silent auction. Each vendor is asked to please donate an item from their booth for the silent auction. There are nice new restrooms, shower buildings. Hiking galore. Friday will be a easy come settle in. Explore snd meet new friend's. We will be holding classess, Ritual and Drum circle on Saturday. See schedual on events page Bartlesville Area Pagans Facebook page Sunday will be a slow breakfast, get packed up and have time to spend with your new friends. Before leaving our wonderful event. Price of admition will be as follows.

$60.00 per adult | $100.00 per couple | Children under 10 are free | Children 11 to 15 are $20.00

If more than 3 children you just pay $60.00


You asked for it, and we listened. No tent, No problem. We are no longer doing Samhain campout at Copan Lake, this year we are camping out at the Osage Hills State Park group camp.

$60 per person age 16 and up | $100 for a couple | Children 0-10 free | 11 to 15 $20 per child


Friday, Nov 1st: • Begin to arrive at 5 P.M. and set up camp • Sign up for a volunteer spot at check-in • Pot luck with the main meat provided at 7 P.M.

Saturday, Nov 2nd: • Breakfast 8 A.M. • Class 10 A.M.• Class 11 A.M.• Lunch 12 P.M.• Class 2 P.M.• Class 3 P.M.• Dinner 6 P.M.• Ritual 8 P.M.

Sunday, Nov 3rd: • Brunch at 9 A.M. • Auction Table 10:30 A.M. • Clean up 11:30 • Long goodbyes until 3 P.M.

Vendors: • Enchantment and Oddities • Jacob Herl • TBD • TBD

Kids activities: • Games • Painting

We need volunteers for everything, please reach out to us if you want to help. Hope to see you all there.




P.O. Box 504, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

We seek in establishing a safe and welcoming community of Pagans in the Lehigh Valley. This is an annual event as a community center to provide connection for all. This is a family friendly event.


160 Market St, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18704

NEPA's first annual Pagan Pride Day will be held on Saturday, August 19, 2023, at Kirby Park in Wilkes-Barre, PA. People of all ages and spiritual backgrounds are welcome. The event will include information booths, workshops, live music, vendors and other activities celebrating the growing season, a time of gratitude in many Pagan traditions. Admission is a donation to Bread basket of NEPA, a local nonprofit that currently supports seven food pantries that distribute food to people in need. You are welcome to bring an item of non-perishable commercially prepared food (no home canned goods, unfortunately). Please note the most-needed items are cereal and canned fruit and applesauce. Other items are canned tuna, canned vegetables, pasta and sauce, peanut butter and jelly, rice, and soup.


SNPJ LODGE 6 540 3rd Avenue Bridgeville, PA 15017

Witches Ball of the past fill our memories and we honor those that Pittsburgh has seen and look forward yet to come. We of The Pittsburgh Black Hat Society are proud to bring you a Witches Ball filled with surprise and splendor, and promise as the years go by we will pour our hearts and spirits into seeing our gatherings grow and creating more beauty and togetherness with each passing event. Here in 2023 we will bringing you memorable treasures like FRENCHY & THE PUNK, BRIAN HENKE, DAVID WOOD, and so much more. these acts are internationally known, legends that performed in Wendy Rule, Ginger Doss, Lynda Millard, Troubadors of Divine Bliss, Tuatha Dea, pagan elders and authors, like Silver Raven Wolf, Byron, Ballard, ect. We will have open cash bar, buffet of finger foods, plenty of vegan and vegetarian offerings, a few readers and healers thrown in for good measure, select few vendors, lots of dancing and merriment, and a masquerade ball to remember. This is the time of year to celebrate the new honor the past and remember those that have passed. This is the Witches New Year. It is the beginning and the end to the wheel of the year. The word Samhain comes from Celtic tradition for this time of the year, but there are as many names as there are faiths and histories. Ossa Dei Morti, is Italian for Bones of the Dead or, Dia de los Muertos, the Spanish Day of the Dead. There are hundreds of celebrations among Pagans for honoring of the dead and the recognition of this night when the veil between the worlds is thinnest and we have the opportunity to commune with those which have gone before. We will have an opening blessing, and an ancestors altar where you can bring photo's of love ones, ashes, we honor all are departed love ones, scales, shells, fur, and feather. We will have people from all walks of life attending the Witches Ball, from all faiths & practices, even those who are agnostic & atheist. This a safe and inclusive event, LGBTQIA+ welcomed. This an open event. We will have a full blown ritual at Midnight, if you do not feel like joining the circle that is fine, nobody is required to take part in the ritual. "No there will be no nudity or weapons of mass destruction at the event" we also be respecting all in recovery, keeping it totally legal, clothing wise wear them




1830 Broad Street, Cranston, RI

A Day of Witchery is a community-focused day celebrating magic, wisdom, and creativity in a beautiful outdoor setting by the water. There will be shopping, lectures, interactive shrines, community tables, networking and ritual spaces, music, and more! The event will be held rain or shine on Sunday, July 31st from 11 to 6 pm at Pawtucket Park on Narragansett Blvd, Warwick RI.


1583 Hartford Ave, Johnston, RI

MANY PATHS, ONE COMMUNITY! Everyone is welcome to this free, public summer festival in the park! Come enjoy a relaxed & fun day of learning about the rich diversity of religious and spiritual Pagan paths walked in the Ocean State. Explore in a non-judgmental and open space. Feel embraced by the spirit of community, no matter what you believe or don't believe. You can watch or participate in public rituals, and enjoy live professional music, dance, and spiritual art. Shop at the many vendors and enjoy lunch from one of the food trucks! Learn a new skill or strengthen an existing one through workshops, learn about different Pagan groups, feel rejuvenated by partaking in healing work, and discover new tools and other goods that enhance your practice. Come celebrate our community and expand your understanding of what it means to be Pagan. Whether you describe yourself as a reconstructionist, eclectic, or any other term, or even if you are not Pagan at all, you are warmly welcome to come to learn about the diversity of beliefs in our state and how these beliefs enrich our lives and the world.​ Or just come to hang out and have fun!




801 S. 6th St., Hot Springs, SD

Saturday October 28, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday October 29 from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. This fabulous show will have something for everyone! We believe that all things should work together, so you will find some of all things metaphysical and supportive of your witchy wares! Meet magical people, get to know new modalities, find treasures from different artisans and also spiritual tools.




Tarpley, Texas

Ascension Stone Circle is located near Tarpley, Texas in the Texas Hill Countyr. This workshop offers you a new tool for ritual construction to create ALCHEMY in your life through the medium of ART. No artistic experience needed! Bring your willingness to be vulnerable and SACRED.


Hondo, Texas

Saturday, December 02, 2023 5-9pm We begin our journey with a paint class. With watercolors hand crafted by Anong Beam’s indigenous-owned, female-led paint company located within M'chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island in Canada. Lightfast pigments, tree sap, gum arabic, and Manitoulin honey, are blended together to create a handmade saturated colour that is a joy to paint with. In ruminating on color, it seems that there are no constants. Like Monet's haystacks, freshly turned earth before and after the delicate dampening cast of dew, or the subtle sky around Madame Moon as the sun and stars argue over who will tuck her in at night...color is ever changing. The same is true for watercolors. The intensity and shadow of even a single color pot depends on the exact conditions at the moment it is being worked. In her native Ojibwe, "-aande" means "it is colored". Ziigwun Azaadibuk’aande. It is colored the sweet and hopeful green of spring. Zoogpoh’aande. It is colored the soft quiet hush of drifted snow. Dwaagi Azaadibuk’aande. It is colored the last burst of flaming fall yellow of the changing poplar tree. But, like those exact things in real life, the name doesn't quite cover the whole thing, end of story. The color, like the words, are just our human grasp at getting as close as we can to the impossible stunning truth of the real deal. Living with them, being present in their world, and trying our very best to call the very colors forth into being. THAT is the beauty of the thing. Together we will find our voice and tell our story with watercolor and paper. As the story is revealed, we enter the Temezcal for a time of connection, healing and rejuvenation. We will sweat together, we will sing songs and we will share our stories. WHAT IS A TEMAZCAL? Modern versions of these ancient structures vary with their place of origin, with native Mexicans referring to a traditional sauna as a "temazcal," north of Mexico cultures calling it an "inipi" or "kiva," Europeans calling it a "savusauna" or "sudatory," the Chinese calling it "桑拿浴," and the Russians naming it "banya" or "banja“. In pre-Colombian culture, the Temazcal ceremony was a regular part of daily life and religious practices. Temazcal is a spiritual, cardio-vascular and integrative experience that cleanses and detoxifies the body while supporting the immune system, promoting good circulation of blood flow, improving digestion and reducing stress. The ceremony has been used as a form of natural healing for thousands of years in Mexico, Central America and South America. It improves mental clarity, physical health and stimulates the immune system. Once you register you will receive more details, a list of what to bring and the location of the ceremony in the Texas Hill Country. Outdoor showers on site. Nourishing food, fireside drumming and integration after. Overnight accommodations available on a limited basis. Contact Serafine at for more info.


Redrock, Texas

We host several gatherings a year with Beltane and Samhain being our big event. We are open to all Earth based paths and welcome speakers from various paths.


Dallas, Texas

Merry Meet is the annual conference by the Covenant of the Goddess and is three days of workshops, vendors, classes, and community! Merry Meet 2023 will be held in Dallas, Tx from July 27th through July 30th. Visiting author and speaker Raven Kaldera will be speaking on such topics as allyship and palmistry, with other presenters offering such classes as Romani magic and Latin Americans Pagan Practices. Vendors will be available to satisfy your shopping needs. Friday night entertainment will be provided by the The United Court of the Lone Star Empire and on Saturday night, visionary performer Wendy Rule will perform a live concert. Visit for more information as well as registration packages, hotel information, and opportunities for sponsorships!


2115 Turner Drive, Houston, Texas

Peddlers, Potions and Practitioners metaphysical fair on Saturday October 14. FREE admission and parking. 11 AM to 6 PM. Hosted by the First Spiritualist Church of Houston, 2115 Turner Drive, Houston Texas. Food, music, games, arts & crafts, potions, energy healers, etc.


310 North Street, Houston, Texas

A curated pagan festival and night market in Houston, TX featuring magickal, metaphysical, witchy vendors, artists, performers and presenters. First Saturdays beginning in April 2021 at Raven Tower.




2681 Lincoln Avenue, Ogden, Utah

Ogden Pagan Pride Day is an annual event that celebrates the diversity of Pagan and alternative spiritual practices. The event aims to promote understanding, acceptance, and unity within the Pagan community and the broader public. Ogden Pagan Pride Day offers a platform for education, networking, and celebration of Pagan and alternative spiritual paths.




Prince William Forest Park, Traingle, Virginia

Fertile Ground Gathering is an annual Beltane festival celebrating since 2008, and takes place at one of the historic cabin campgrounds at Prince William Forest Park, in Triangle, VA. Our volunteer team puts together a rich, powerful, rejuvenating celebration that has become a much anticipated annual retreat for many in the region and beyond. Each year we create an integral experience around a central theme, and all our workshops, rituals, activities, and even performances are designed to come together for an unforgettable journey. We are excited to do it again every year, and we always look forward to seeing new and familiar faces at Beltane!




Seattle, Washington

Puget Sound Pagan Pride is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization based in Washington State. We serve the Pagan community of the Puget Sound and Western Washington region. Every fall, PSPP hosts an annual festival that includes classes, rituals, entertainment, kid’s activities, and so much more. We welcome people of all paths and traditions to join us to celebrate our Pagan Pride!


Eatonville/Virtual, Washington

The Viridis Genii symposium is an exploration of the greater mysteries of the Herbal Arte and how it manifests itself within all traditions, cultures and practices –the Craft of the Wise. Our desire is to move beyond the mundane and explore those mysteries in greater depth, fostering an environment where the green mysteries thrive, nourish and become one.


Join us for our 2nd VGS VERDANT VIRTUAL (7th Annual) retreat hosting lectures & hands-on workshops about the ethnobotany of plant magic, and more!




Barneveld, Wisconsin

Annual Festival to Celebrate May Day to Be Held at Circle Sanctuary Springtime is in full swing. Awaken your senses at our annual 3-day Beltane Festival Friday, May 3rd to Sunday, May 5th at Circle Sanctuary Nature Preserve near Barneveld, Wisconsin. Beltane, also known as May Day, marks the midway point between spring and summer. Now is the time to gather together to awaken the land, our bodies and our spirit with joy, music, and community. This family-friendly festival will include the Oak Apple Morris Dancers performing a traditional English folk dance while participates wrap the May Pole. Other traditional Beltane activities include May Pole dancing, crowning of May Day royalty along with workshops, rituals, nature walks and a raffle. Registration is required and the deadline is Wednesday, May 1st. To register, or to learn more, please visit Cost of in-person attendance for the full event is $125 for adults, $55 for children and youth ages 5-17, and free for children 5 and under. Individual prices for one- or two-day are available. Circle Sanctuary is a non-profit international Nature Spirituality resource center and legally recognized Nature Spirituality church. Founded in 1974, Circle helps people from many spiritual orientations connect with each other as well as with the spiritual dimensions of Nature.





Krampusnacht YEG has been running Krampuslaufs in Edmonton since 2012. We have our main event on the Saturday closest to December 5th each year. 2022's event is hoping to be on Dec 3rd in Richie Community League Park. (LOCATION NOT YET CONFIRMED)



Join us for the August Long Weekend every year for an inclusive family-friendly weekend with Pagans from all paths. We offer organized rituals, workshops, and discussion groups as well as informal opportunities for friendships and community building. Meals and accommodations are included in registration costs.




Annual Pagan family 5 day retreat is the most affordable event in North America!

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