Pagans Hope To Erase Misconceptions Through Pride Festival

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Updated: 9/28/2013 9:03 pm

Organizers of the Pagan Pride Festival in downtown Lexington said their goal of the even was to raise awareness about paganism.

According to the event coordinator, paganism is an earth centered spirituality.

At the event, vendors sold several items. There were also booths set up, like one called “Ask a Witch.”

Kevin Bye said he hopes today demystifies paganism. He said the pagan community is hoping to erase some of the ignorance and misconceptions about what it is to be pagan.

Today’s event was tied to National Pagan Pride Day.

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dsmom - 9/29/2013 10:31 AM
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I attended this year's festival, and was really impressed on the variety of the different Pagan paths. I believe this can do a great deal for our community and thought it was neat they were raising food for the Catholic Action Center soup kitchen.
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