Merry Meet Pagankin!
It is with deep sadness that we cancel this year’s 2021 event due to the resurgence of the coronavirus.
As the park is an open area, there is no feasible way that we can require vaccinations or masking, and we are unwilling to risk the health of our community in any way.
We are working on other ways to reach out to our fellow pagans during this time and really appreciate your understanding and involvement in any alternative plans.
All our merchants who registered will be offered the choice of a full refund or to be able to hold their spot for the next PPD with no cost increase. We will be putting out a merchant guide of those who registered, as well as the non-profits/groups for the community’s reference.
Our focus now is to offer support the First Unitarian Church Food Bank, the charity that Pagan Pride has supported with 800-1000 pds of food and cash donations yearly for the past sixteen years. We hold the greatest hope that our community continues to support those in Albuquerque who have a need, in the spirit of abundance and love.
Pagan Pride Day is an integral part of our community and we are all eager for this pandemic to end so we can once again gather in the love of our Gods to celebrate their abundance. We will be back again when it is safe!
Welcome to Pagan Pride Albuquerque!
Celebrate the Autumn Equinox and help your community at Albuquerque’s Pagan Pride Day festival on Sunday, September 26, 2021 from 10:00am – 6:00pm, at Bataan Park at Lomas and Carlisle. All ages are welcome at the free event, which will feature a Pagan ritual, information on Pagan spiritual practices, merchants, an artisan’s and performing arts area, games, a spiritual healing area, workshops, a kid’s corner and more. Attendees are asked to share the harvest by bringing a non-perishable item to benefit The Unitarian Food Pantry.