2017 OKC Pagan Pride Day Entertainers

September 30, 2017
11 am – 5 pm

Wiley Post Park
2021 South Robinson Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Schedule of Events

On the Main Stage

11:00 a.m. Opening Ritual
12:00 p.m. Drum Circle featuring Jahruba Lambeth & Red Dirt Reggae
1:00 p.m. Brent Blount – Sax, Flute, Native American Music
2:00 p.m. Main Ritual
2:30 p.m. Elecktra Stanislava – Native American Acoustic Music / Song Writer
3:30 p.m. Ravens Three – Celtic Folk Band
5:00 p.m. Closing Ritual

Be sure to keep an eye out for the Deep Fried Sequins Belly Dance Troupe, as they will be performing periodically throughout the event!

In the Learning Lounge

12 p.m. Jean LaFitte’s Treasures – Quartz Types & Mining
12:45 p.m. Amber Candle – Yoni Steams & Herbs
1:15 p.m. LynShay Sequin – Belly Dance & Performance Class
3:30 p.m. Thornewood Green – Human Pendulum
4:15 p.m. Black Rose Emporium – This class will discuss the Oklahoma mineral known as hourglass selenite. Attendees will each learn a simple wire-wrapping technique and will leave with their very own pendant!

At the Butterfly Labyrinth

Gail Peck, author of Oklahoma Labyrinths — a path to inner peace, will facilitate a labyrinth walk on a colorful butterfly design at 3 p.m.

Butterflies represent transformation and joy. Labyrinths mirror the human adventure and help put life in perspective. Both encourage artistic expression. Combining the two allows us to walk a path of creative discovery. The diverse colors of a butterfly accompany the labyrinth offering imagination and opportunity.

An inspirational and informative learning tool that teaches the goal is always visible, labyrinths are pathways to peace and tolerance. They illuminate understanding, promote healing and wellness, enhance joy, beauty and curiosity, reveal elusive answers, reawaken our dreams, discover hidden talent, create excitement and inspire optimism.

Step into the labyrinth and follow the path to your goal (center). Receive insight, solve a problem, alleviate stress or simply enjoy a peaceful walk. Return to the world via the same path bringing with you renewed energy, expanded awareness, clarification, acceptance and joy.

All Day Activities

Welcome, Hospitality, & Wellness Area

Stop by for water, coffee, or conversation! We will have an RN on hand for any medical emergencies as well as additional printed information on Pagans, Paganism, and the local Pagan community. Although nursing mothers are welcome to feed their children anywhere at the event, the tent will also provide a discreet area for nursing for those who may want to get out of the sun. We also be selling raffle tickets for a variety of items to begin fundraising for next year’s event!

Red Tent

The Red Moon Lodge will be hosting a women’s circle in the Red Tent space. They invite ALL Women regardless of age or birth gender to stop by and learn more about the Red Tent Movement. Various activities and symbolic rituals will be featured throughout the day.

Children’s Tent

This year’s Children’s Tent will have veggie and fruit stamping crafts, coloring, a bean bag toss area with prizes to win, and a journey stick craft. We will also feature temporary tattoos and the opportunity to register for a children’s raffle basket. Children of all ages are encouraged to attend!