Workshops, Rituals, and Performances

Denver Pagan Pride Day will include an abundance of opportunities for learning and hands-on experiences. Whether you’re a lifelong Wiccan or simply curious to learn more about your Pagan friends and neighbors, you’ll be welcomed with a diverse array of workshops, rituals, performances, and hands-on crafts that will deepen and expand your knowledge of Pagan spirituality and magickal practice. All offerings are inclusive, open to all ages, and free of charge.

Here’s what we’ve got in store so far for 2018; many more will be added as teachers and performers are approved and confirmed:

Self Love & Healing with Lady Bash:
Our emotional body touches every aspect of our being, and often our most suppressed emotions come to light in the very signature of our spell-casting or energetic workings. Using magick as a supportive action on your journey to integration, wholeness, and self-love can play an integral part in opening points of Love we have held back from ourselves. This workshop includes a guided healing activation for each participant. Lady Bash is the owner of White Witch Level-Up and the creator of Bash Blends.
Pagan 101 with Andarta:
Learn the basics of what it means to be Pagan. Understand the differences and similarities in the terms “Pagan,” “Witch,” “Heathen,” and other common terms, and discover vairous types of Paganism, from Druidism and Wicca to Asatru, Santaria, and more. Includes a question and answer session. Andarta has been a Pagan for 23 years, is a High Priestess, and an OBOD Druid. As the owner of Psychic Healers of Avalon with a PhD in Medieval Literature, Andarta frequently travels around the country offering readings and teaching classes.
Gris Gris Bags with Calvin Carter: Learn the basics of how to make and use a gris gris bag, and create your own gris gris bag to take home with you.
Hellenic Polytheism with Ann Hatzakis: What is Hellenic Polytheism, anyway? Ann Hatzakis, a Hellenic Polytheist for over thirty years, will outline the basics and answer your questions about the Hellenic Polytheist path. Ann is an oathbound devotee of the Daughters of Kronos and a part of Hellenion. She has contributed to a devotional book series on Poseidon and Hestia published by Neo Alexandria/Bibliotheca Alexandria. Ann also maintains a blog called Greek Revivalist Mommy.

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