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Wisconsin Pagans

Location: Wisconsin
Members: 184
Latest Activity: Jul 22

Merry Meet!

I have made this group after discovering no group for us Wisconsiners!

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Comment by Victoria Gritt on June 24, 2014 at 9:07pm

how was everyones midsummer?  Mine was okay the soon to be hubby paid for dinner and I got the pie.

Comment by Cloverleaf762 on May 5, 2014 at 11:27am

Not too bad after such a good weekend. It's too bad work calls during the week...

Comment by Victoria Gritt on May 5, 2014 at 11:12am

Hows everyone doing on this beautiful may day?


Comment by wade on April 24, 2014 at 10:22am

Beltane at Deeply Rooted - May 2nd-4th this year and it looks like it will be snow free! No promises on that though as it is Wisconsin and its been a deep and tenacious winter up here. Friday evening is for setting up tents and a laid back bonfire. 

Saturday will start with a delightful breakfast around 9am and a walking tour around the land at 11am. Light lunch will be at noon and then a 1pm workshop on the history and meaning of the holiday. 2pm is time for the Bel Games! Rock tossing! Spear casting! Ring tossing! The ancient and traditional rock/paper/scissors tie-breaking mechanism! After the games is the May Pole dance. If you have drums, that would be the time to whip them out. 4pm is ritual prep. Anyone interested in attending ritual needs to attend so that everyone is on the same page for the ritual and knows what they are in for. 5pm is main ritual in the Stone Circle, feast to follow, please bring a dish to pass. After that is a night of merriment, drinking and good fellowship. 11pm is a workshop/discussion on sacred sexuality around the bonfire, no kids allowed  

Sunday morning includes a late breakfast around 10am (polka will be played as soon as food and coffee is ready so be prepared!). 11am: Board meeting, come and watch the excitement of committee reports and building planing.

There is a spot or two left in the community center and plenty of camping space available. Please let me know if you need space. We are asking $25 for the weekend for members, $35 for non-members, $10 for a day. Work exchange is available you just have to let us know ahead of time in order to schedule what needs doing. See folks then!

Comment by wade on April 1, 2014 at 12:23pm

Hello and Hailsa/Merry Meet! I do prison ministry work with the pagans at 10 prisons here in WI and would like to plug into the local pagan communities those prisons are in. I’ve been doing this work for 11 years now and realize there is probably  a lot of cool pagan stuff going on in the cities I just drive through twice a month. If there are pagan events/gatherings/rituals happening in these places I would like to connect up with them and if not I would like to help folks set them up in their area. If there are just interested individuals in the area I would like to hang out as well. I go to Stanley, Jackson(Black River Falls), and Chippewa Falls the first and third Thursdays of the month, Colombia(Portage) and Red Granite on second and fourth Wednesdays, Waupun, Dodge(also in Waupun), and Fox Lake on Tuesdays, Mauston and New Lisbon on second and fourth Thursdays. My reason for this is that I used to be really plugged into the state-wide pagan community but have been focused on the prison work for the last decade and have lost touch with a ton of pagan folks/ groups and would really like to plug back into the far flung reaches that make up the WI Pagan Community(not sure  if that should be capitalized but its seems rightJ). Please drop a line at [email protected] or on Facebook Hope to talk to friends old and new. 

Comment by Victoria Gritt on February 27, 2014 at 1:42pm

welcome juli hopefully winter wont last to much longer and you can see how beautiful and green the area can be.

Comment by Kiradora on February 26, 2014 at 3:26pm

The Milwaukee Pagan Unity Council is hosting an Ostara festival at the end of March.  This is a free event and everyone is welcomed, no matter what path.  We will have vendors, workshops, and rituals.  Children are welcomed at this event!

Comment by Fred on February 26, 2014 at 7:37am

Welcome to the Green Bay area. I hope you find the area as nice as I do.

Comment by Juli Anne on February 21, 2014 at 1:55pm

Just moved to GB from NY... No friends here yet, but I know you are all out there Lol merry meet....

Comment by Cloverleaf762 on December 30, 2013 at 10:02am

Then I look forward to when our paths cross. Care to drive up for PB&J this month?


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