Thursday, March 25, 2010

Milwaukee Ostara Festival, March 28

Greetings all,
I know this event may be a bit far for some of you, but the Milwaukee Pagan Unity Council (MPUC) has been working their cottontails off on this event and I thought I'd share this great resource.

The festival has 3 tracks of workshops all day, plus a children's track with kids activities, rituals, and workshops. ADF will host the opening ritual and I'll be hosting the closing ritual in the ecstatic participatory style. I'll also be offering a workshop on tools for Pagan leaders and community builders.

It's free to attend, though donations are accepted. Enjoy, and spring abundance to you!

Milwaukee Pagan Unity Council presents:
The Seeds of Change
Milwaukee Ostara Festival

Date: Sunday March 28th 2010 10AM to 8PM
Location: Wyndham Milwaukee Airport & Convention Center
4747 South Howell Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207

The Spring Ostara festival celebrates the first planting of seeds after the long winter, and the anticipation for the growth and harvest of those seeds through the summer.

Join us to celebrate the Seeds of Change with an event promoting education, growth, and collaboration for Pagans and those interested in the Pagan path.

Our program this year includes key note speaker Reverend Kirk Thomas, Vice Arch Druid of ADF and previous President of Cherry Hill Seminary, and other presenters offering workshops on crystal healing, Pagan leadership, introductions to Pagan traditions, soul retrieval, drumming, Kabballah, Chakras, new age spirituality, personal empowerment, public rituals, and much more.

The event also includes craft and vendor booths, arts, entertainment, and is a family friendly event with children’s play area and activities.

For more information check out

About the Milwaukee Pagan Unity Council:

* Milwaukee Pagan Unity Council is a local community focused organization that provides support, information and services to members of the pagan community. We work toward educating the non-pagan community and dispelling many myths involving pagans.

* Our mission is to provide a forum for followers of various pagan spiritual paths to openly meet and discuss their similarities and differences; to work together to gain acceptance for our members within the mainstream of our society; to provide a platform of change, growth and education for all people or groups accepting of, or open to, the goals and beliefs of the pagan community.

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