This year’s event will be on September 23rd at Peace Park in Columbia, Missouri. We have an awesome program of vendors, entertainment, and workshops lined up, and we hope to see you there!  This year's theme is 'Strengthening Our Community'.


Mid-Missouri Pagan Pride has been going for 18 consecutive years, and we typically attract about 300 people. “Vendor Row” is a major part of our program, and our attendees show up ready to shop!


This Year's Charity is ARFF MO - Pet Rescue



Mid-Missouri Pagan Pride began as part of The Pagan Pride Project. The Pagan Pride Project is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is the advancement of religion and the elimination of prejudice and discrimination based on religious beliefs. The Project’s mission is to foster pride in Pagan identity though education, activism, charity and community. 


Our annual festival coincides with hundreds of Pagan Pride festivals around the globe that take place to celebrate the diverse nature of our faiths and to embrace acceptance and education for all. Our goal is to engage all members of the Mid-Missouri community in religious diversity discussion in a way that is positive, educational, and entertaining. Join hands with us as we move forward, take a stand, and celebrate our differences.

Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 12:00pm to 6:30pm

McAlester Park (Peace Park)
38.948278393038095, -92.32976419597857

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Taz Chance

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Speaker(s) Information

12:15pm •Opening Ritual (Ritual Area)

1:00pm •Live Entertainment by Romani Blue (Stage)

•Teaching Pagans Self-Confidence: Criminal Logic and You by Jason Cook (Area 1)

•Pagans and Community: A Guide for Pagans of All Walks Looking to Get Involved in Their Communities by Rev. Thomas Wolff (Area 2)

2:00 pm •Highland Games (Stage)

•What Price Service by Rev. Raven Emrys Aurlineus (Area 1)

3:00 pm •Live Entertainment by Romani Blue (Stage)

•Pagan Accountability by Rev. Bill Duvendack (Area 1)

4:00 pm •Highland Games (Stage)

•The Pulse of a People by Rev. Raven Emrys Aurlineus (Area 1)

5:00 pm •Community Drum Circle (Stage)

•Psychic Self-Defense by Rev. Heather Choppin (Area 1)

•Runes: The Story of Their Beginning by James Taylor (Area 2)

6:00 pm •Closing Ritual (Ritual Area)


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