Now that the Staff of LPPD has (mostly) caught up on their sleep, we are looking forward to LPPD 2020.Continue reading “Thank you Community!”
Louisville Pagan Pride Day 2019 make a local news station in a very positive light.Continue reading “Louisville Pagan Pride Day makes local news, in positive light.”
For LPPD 2019! This is not the “official” but gives you an idea what is being presented.Continue reading “Entertainment and Workshop Times: LPPD ’19”
Below is a list of vendors who have signed up before August 30!Continue reading “Look who’s coming to LPPD 2019!”
Happy July, WONDERFUL people!
As you may know, we are gearing up for a great and wonderful Louisville Pagan Pride Day, 2019.
As usual, it is the first Saturday after Labor Day, and while it may seem early, it is September, 7, 2019.
We have a new process this year and new list of web pages for registering as an Information booth: No more Google forms!Continue reading “LPPD 2019 Vendor Info”
Mama Gina is a touring singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. With down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, she tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart. She sings of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the Divine. You’ll also meet Nine Toes the Bard, a 15th century Welsh lass who once dealt with a Dragon. She now travels the world, singing tales of love and battle, Pirates and Vikings, damsels and elves, trolls and that wicked Dragon that left her one digit shy. And you’ll encounter the intra-galactic Bard, Ava/She Walks the Stars, where you’ll find out how very human we still are, no matter how far we step into the void. Come laugh, weep, laugh some more and sing along with Mama Gina and all her alter-egos!
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at the First Unitarian Church, Louisville 809 S 4th St, Louisville, Kentucky 40203
Spring is in the air, everything is in full bloom, we just completed Thunder Over Louisville this weekend, Beltaine is a couple of weeks away and we can smell the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby in the air.
Can you believe we are less than five months away from Louisville Pagan Pride Day, 2019! The staff of LPPD are lurking in the background to make sure we have a great time! We are choosing layouts, food vendors and other amenities.
We are accepting applications for merchants and information booths using this link and accepting workshop proposals using this link. If you have recently applied, don’t worry, we are getting to your application and our workshop coordinator will contact you soon!
Volunteering is easy! Click this link and come on out to play! Our volunteer coordinator will get back to you.
Just a reminder, parking is still free at the waterfront park for this event. If that changes, we will keep you informed.
Please visit our Facebook Pages to keep up to date!
Want to join is in supporting a good cause? We are hot and heavy in planning mode for this years event and we are looking to raise money for Louisville Pagan Pride Day. We have had a couple of tough years with the weather and we are asking for your help.
Whether you donate $5 or $500, your generosity will make an impact. Every little bit helps. If you are not able to help financially, please consider sharing this event on your page.
Thank you so much for your support!!
We didn’t stop too much after LPPD 2018, but we started planning for LPPD 2019 almost right away!
What’s new? You suggested, we listened!
We, the Louisville PPD Committee would LOVE to thank EVERYONE who braved the weather, good AND bad for attending YOUR Louisville PPD 2018!
Banding together a couple of days before, with a focused intention to stave off the bad weather for a good portion of the day was instrumental in a very successful event. This was truly magickal.
We do apologize for shutting down early, but we paid close attention to the weather forecast and decided it was best for, not only the participants, but also for the merchants (who still had to pack up, sometimes more than two additional hours after the event) to close and complete the event.
We are, after all, witches, and we did not want a barrage of houses to suddenly appear in the sky and land on us. This would have been hard to explain. 🙂
Once again, thanks to EVERYONE who participated in LPPD 2018. You, the community, the merchants, and everyone who participated in our festival… THANK YOU!