PCV Frankston Pagan Meet – November 2018

Come join us for a friendly, relaxed and inclusive afternoon meet by the Frankston coast in our final meet for the year. This is a free event.
A discussion topic will be announced closer to the date.
All experience levels, pagan, spiritual and witchy paths welcome.

Coffee Club is a short walk from Frankston station and numerous bus stops, in the promenade near the cinema.

Vegetarian and gluten-free menu options available.

The Facebook event for this can be found here: PCV Frankston Pagan Meet – November 2018

Melbourne Heathen Moot

Visit the Melbourne Heathen Moot Facebook Page for more information.

We will be sitting out the front of the cafe, or inside somewhere if it’s too cold/hot.

Melbourne Heathen Moot is a gathering of like minded individuals who meet on a monthly basis in Melbourne Australia. Our primary interest is in the northern pagan tradition, sometimes called Ásatrú or Heathenry.

Please note this is an 18+ event.

Pagan Pyjama Party Episode 1.03: AWC 2018 Special

AWC18 LogoWe flew to the other side of the country for the Australian Wiccan Conference in September and it was BRILLIANT. So much so that the night it finished we held off face-planting our beds until we’d recorded this. Music this month is by David Rivett. Thanks again to Tree, Kundra, Combined Covens and our special guest, Michel.

(Click the episode cover image to listen!)


Psst! Support the Pagan Collective of Victoria on Patreon and get early access to episodes along with bonus Pagan Pyjama Party content…


PCV Committee Meeting – November 2018

The November 2018 committee meeting for the Pagan Collective of Victoria will take place at Earthly Pleasures Cafe, in Belgrave. All members of the PCV are welcome to attend and have a say in the direction of the Collective and its initiatives.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Please confirm your attendance ASAP for Quorum purposes.

This meeting will be followed by a social meetup.

(Note: this event is unsuitable for children.)

The Facebook event for this can be found here: PCV Committee Meeting – November 2018