Magick in the Mile-Hi


Denver Pagan Pride Day is coming!!! Sunday, September 7th, 11:00a.m. -4:00p.m. at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver!  Fun, free, open to EVERYONE! Bring your drum and your dancing shoes!

Pagans and Non-Pagans alike, all are WELCOME!

Schedule of Events for Denver Pagan Pride Day, Sunday, September 7th, 2014:

Special Thanks to our 2014 VIP Sponsors!

Cró Dreoilín, a group of men and women in Colorado dedicated to rediscovering and connecting with the ways of the Pagan Celts

Noble Beast Dog Training, the top relationship centered dog training company in Colorado, producing well-socialized dogs that are well balanced and are good with people and other dogs.

Herbs and Arts, a metaphysical shop featuring candles, herbs, oils, incense, books, gifts, classes, and more.

Ye Olde Magic Shoppe, a magical/metaphysical/occult supply and book shoppe located in the Denver Colorado metro area, specializing in Herbs and Magical Arts. Healing and reading services, as well as herbal and magical consultations, are available. A vast majority of their inventory is made by hand, by magicians, for magicians.

Circle of Light and Shadow Coven, an open circle offering public Sabbats throughout the year in the Brighton area.

Denver Witches’ Ball: The new producers of the Denver Witches’ Ball are excited to be part of Pagan Pride Day and are looking forward to meeting members of our great community. Please stop by and say and find out more about Denver Witches’ Ball 2014!

Isis Books and Gifts: Denver’s premier Metaphysical, Tarot and Wicca Store offering books, gifts, jewelry, magickal supplies and more

Full Moon Books and Event Center: An independent, locally-owned metaphysical bookstore and gift shop located at 6th Avenue and Garrison in Lakewood, Colorado offering jewelry, fragrant incense, candles, clothing that will make you feel like a goddess, fairy and dragon statuary, metaphysical books, tarot decks, and more

Dragonfest: Dragonfest is a large, regional, Neopagan spiritual retreat held in the mountains of Colorado each August. People of all religions and spiritual traditions are welcome at Dragonfest, but workshops and rituals focus on various Neopagan, Wiccan, and other Earth-based spiritual practices. Stop by their booth for more information and to get involved!


We’re currently seeking friendly faces, creative minds, and passionate hearts to help with the 2014 Denver Pagan Pride Festival. If you would like to volunteer or offer ideas or input, please contact Melanie Marquis, local coordinator, at  . Please help plan and host this amazingly magickal event for your community!

If you’re a media representative and would like to talk to us, or you have other questions, please contact Melanie at

We had crowds of several hundred for Denver Pagan Pride Day 2012 and Denver Pagan Pride Day 2013–Let’s make 2014 even bigger and better!

Denver Pagan Pride is a local chapter of the national Pagan Pride Project. Our mission is to foster greater understanding and acceptance of Paganism in our own community and beyond while encouraging pride and growth in our Pagan religions. Read more about the national Pagan Pride Project at , and connect with us on facebook , too!