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Calendar of Events: Virginia

Started by SIN JONES. Last reply by SIN JONES Apr 23, 2013. 1 Reply

Virginia: Circles, Festivals, Events & Workshops... Upcoming Dated Events: 5/11/12 - 5/13/13:  Blue Ridge Beltane Blue Ridge Beltane (greenville)5/1/13:  …Continue

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Comment by Rayne Starr on September 1, 2014 at 12:02pm

Merry meet  )O(  Looking for other pagans in the Bristol area . BB

Comment by Bran Ravenscall on August 22, 2014 at 10:54pm

If you are unable to attend, please feel free to go to the facebook page so that you can find out how you can help. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=578249265602544

Comment by Bran Ravenscall on August 16, 2014 at 2:00pm

Hi guys! This year a coven in fredericksburg was given the okay to host a Pagan Pride day that while it takes place in Fredericksburg it covers all pagans in a 90 mile radius. If you are interested and would like to go i encourage you to come. there will be vendors, workshops, food and fun for the whole family. If you are not able to come contact me if you still wish to help

https://www.facebook.com/events/323720554459492/?ref=4

Comment by Kethry MoonDragon on July 15, 2014 at 11:08am

oBright greetings to all! My fiancee and I are back home in central va. We are living on 4 acres in Amelia,  va. We want to get a group started for pagan families to meet, let their children play, share fellowship with each other, learn from each other and possibly even do Sabbaths and Moon rituals. We are building a permanent outdoor circle that should be done by Samhain. Look forward to meeting new people and seeing old friends! Windto your wings!

Comment by Ladyhawk on July 13, 2014 at 11:09am

Hello! I am in the bristol/Abingdon area. So far, I haven't met any pagans in the area. Message me here of you are! 

Comment by SIN JONES on July 9, 2014 at 11:36am

Richmond is too far for me, but if you're ever in Hampton Roads, you can visit Mystic Moon on military highway.  There's an active Asatru Group and plenty of Germanic and Heathens to be had.  They have workshops, events and such.  

I haven't made it out to Drum Circle in like forever, working two jobs.  It's on Monday Nights from 7-9.  I did manage the Beltane Festival this yea but just a day-trip.

Next even is the Autumn Moon, pagan pride festival.

You can subscribe to mysticmoonevents.com and just pick something to attend. It's one way to get you peninsula folks over the southside.

Not sure what goes on on that side of the water, but there's gotta be local groups and such.  Have you tried Witchvox?

Comment by Kveldrida on July 6, 2014 at 11:04am

Hi everyone, I live in the Richmond area with my wife and we are looking to meet other folks.  I am very open in my practice though I primarily worship Germanic Gods I am not Asatru or Heathen specific. I work weeknights and can't get to too many Meetup events as they are always on weeknights.  We are looking for serious minded folks, age, gender, sexual orientation not a factor.

Comment by LouLou on May 18, 2014 at 2:15pm

Merry Meet!  

Looking to connect with Crone/Sage being mature myself. 

Comment by elliptic on March 16, 2014 at 8:06pm

hello... im in williamsburg and just looking for like minded people... i am new to the area and would really like to make some pagan friends to network with...

Comment by Michael Ashby on February 20, 2014 at 11:07pm

Hail all! I am looking to grow in my knowledge of the path of my Ancestors and to meet other Asatruar near Williamsburg! It seems the closest I can ever find Folk are either Richmond or Norfolk! Anyone closer to Williamsburg than that?

 

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