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IT’S OUR 22nd Year!!!
Vancouver Pagan Pride (VPP) has been working with local communities since 1998 to build a sense of community and inclusiveness. We are a focal point for the various factions of our community where we can communicate, celebrate with, and learn from one another. We are also an educational point of reference for the non-pagan community.
PLEASE NOT THRE WILL BE NO LIVE EVENT THIS YEAR!
We will be hosting a few workshops and rituals online on our facebook page on August 8th. Click here for our facebook page.
Our goal is to debunk myths and normalize our faith.
Check out our “About” page for more information.
Join us Saturday August 8, 2020 on Facebook!
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