Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride
We would like to say a big "THANK YOU" to all of our 2014 attendees, vendors, performers, presenters, volunteers and staff who made this year's Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride Day a huge success. This will be an exciting year, full of promise, expansion, love and community. Our team is already hard at work planning for this year's event, so stay tuned...........
Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride Day (CPSPPD) is a part of the worldwide Pagan Pride Project, www.paganpride.org. Pagan Pride promotes tolerance and understanding between those of different belief systems through education, activism, charity and community. For pagans, the event can help you meet other like minded individuals, as well as learn about other paths by attending a public ritual. Those who are interested in Paganism can connect with teachers and groups, or attend workshops on many pagan related topics. Non-Pagans will find that the Pagan Pride event can help them understand their pagan friends, coworkers, family members, neighbors and others that they come in contact with every day.
The Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride event brings together Pagans from all paths in a safe environment. Together we will gather, learn, celebrate and honor our diversity and the divinity within.
CPSPP is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) non-profit