Athen Pagan Pride Day 2021

Athens Pagan Pride Day returns for 2021 in a different form. We Will Celebrate Friday, Oct. 22, and Saturday, Oct. 23, on land owned by members of Athens Area Pagans, at 720 Vincent Drive, in Athens. This is a 48 acre site that will become the site of the AllWays intentional community and

There will be a Moonlight ritual on Friday, Oct. 22. On Saturday, Oct. 23, there will be a series of rituals and tours of the site (see schedule below). Note schedule change for early morning Sat, Oct. 23. 8 AM was a bit optimistic... Lol.

This will be a small gathering outdoors in a wooded area. There is limited parking so please let us know if you plan to attend by writing or

Please bring non perishable food donations for Project Safe.

Please see our Location, Entrance and Parking guide, below. You will also find trails info below. Click here to check out 360 videos of the property at locations shown by number on the trail map below.


Friday, Oct. 22:

Arrive starting at 10 PM. Ritual begins at 11 PM.

Saturday, Oct 23:

All three rituals will be similar. The idea is to allow people to come at a time that is easy.

9 AM: Space Opens

9 AM – 7 PM: On-Your-Own Trail Hikes (please be courteous to rituals)

9 AM – 7 PM: Hang out and socialize (please be courteous to rituals)

10 AM: Seasonal Ritual

11 AM: Guided Property Tour

1 PM: Seasonal Ritual

2 PM: Guided Property Tour

4 PM: Seasonal Ritual

5 PM: Guided Property Tour

What is Pagan Pride Day?

All over the world, local coordinators host public Pagan Pride celebrations. This day of celebration provides a place for Pagans to network with each other and celebrate the Autumn Equinox. It also helps spread the truth about Paganism to our communities, refute common misconceptions, and draw political attention to Paganism in order to try to prevent legislative discrimination against Pagans. Last, but not least, it allows Pagans to share our abundant harvest with others in need as we collect food to donate to a local charity. Athens Pagan Pride Day, affiliated with the Pagan Pride Project, was first held in 2008, but Athens Area Pagans Inc. took over responsibility for organizing the festival in 2009. It has been held every year since then in September or October, at various locations. since 2017, APPD has been held on College Square in Downtown Athens.