Ain't no party like a pagan party, 'cause a pagan party don't stop . . . until the village men are torn to pieces by ecstatically entranced women, that is.
Okay, that never happened, but harvest has always been a time for celebration; todays pagans continue this tradition in a life-affirming, family-friendly way.
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So toss aside the Wicker Man DVD and head to the ninth annual Phoenix Pagan Pride Day for food, dance, art, lectures, and spiritual advice. Get back to nature and find out what 20th century paganism is really about, all while supporting local causes.
Sat., Oct. 9, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 2010