Hey, everyone. We have some sad news to share. The organizing committee has voted and it was decided that Louisville’s Pagan Pride will be cancelled this year. This was a very hard decision to make and it was made with the safety of our community at heart. We could not in good conscious bring people together when there is still a very real risk. We connected with several medical professionals in our community and they all expect to see another surge of cases in the Fall. That, coupled with the lack of enforceable guidelines for large events to help keep people safe, was what lead to our decision.
The committee is talking about hosting a Spring event such as a picnic to bring the community together when it is safe to do so. Until then, we are thinking of you all and we can’t wait to see you when we can once again come together and celebrate as a community.
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.
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.
Thoughts rumble through this webmaster’s head as to how else we, the Louisville Pagan Pride Day web site can continue to contribute to the community. Not just once a year for Louisville Pagan Pride Day, but as a community resource.