Category Archives: FYI

Our Yellow Wristband Policy

Are you concerned about attending Vancouver Pagan Pride (VPP) events because you are not “out” and you worry about your photo being taken and posted? We respect this concern and implemented a wrist band policy. If you do not consent to … Continue reading

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Call for Vendors: VanPPD 2016

Vancouver Pagan Pride is happy to announce that registration is now open for vendors for our September 10, 2016 Vancouver Pagan Pride Day (VanPPD) event at Trout Lake! The event is scheduled to take place from 10am – 6pm on the South … Continue reading

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Vancouver Pagan Pride Fundraising Event Announced

Please join us on March 19th, 2016 from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM for our first ever VPP fundraising event! Indoor Location: Unitarian Church at 949 W. 49 Avenue, Vancouver. After all the excitement of the trees falling on us at … Continue reading

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Confusion over the use of the word Pride

But I’m not gay?!? This is a reason I have heard many times as to why people do not attend Vancouver Pagan Pride and I understand the confusion. Vancouver hosts its LGTBQ Pride in August and so does New Westminster. … Continue reading

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Date for VPPD 2015 set!

I am excited to announce that VPPD 2015 will be held on Saturday, August 29, 2015 10am-6pm atJohn Hendry park (also known as Trout Lake). Same as last year, we will be located on the south side of the park … Continue reading

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Thinking Green at Vancovuer Pagan Pride 2014

As Pagans, the earth is sacred to us. As such, I am asking everyone to help me make VPPD 2014 as green as possible. At the VPPD information booth you will find recycling, returnables, and a garbage bin. Let’s fill … Continue reading

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Vancouver Pagan Pride and Charitable Work

The Pagan Pride Project has always had the mandate that Pagan Pride festivals have some sort of charitable work. The main charity that Pagan Pride collects for is the Food Bank. Hunger and poverty effect many of our community and … Continue reading

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