This notice was shared by our friends at Reading Pagans & Witches, which is an organization that shares the same values as Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day. RPW has blazed trails for many Pagan and Heathen groups in Southeastern PA. May Faire is an enjoyable Springtime celebration of life and community.
For those who might be interested, our local pagan non-profit org. in Berks is holding a festival on May 3rd at the 4H center in Leesport: the 6th annual PA May Faire. See the FB evene page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/461128127347791/
We're also looking for folks interested in vending, reader, or exhibiting a craft at the PA May Faire on Saturday, May 3rd of this year in central-eastern Pennsylvania. just outside of Reading. We are falling short on vendors particularly, despite that the rest of the event has so much going on: a maypole ritual, a bunch of workshops, and lots of super cool entertainment (including a visit from Capt. Jack Sparrow!). If you know anyone who might be interested, it'd be wonderful if you could send this information their way!
For more information about the faire itself, visit www.PAMayFaire.com.For the vending page, visit:http://www.readingpagansandwitches.org/pamfvendors.html. The mission of the Reading Pagans and Witches org is to build awareness, and provide networking and education to others about paganism and witchcraft.