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Pagans in the Pub Melbourne is the original Pagan monthly meet up in Melbourne. We meet every month on the first Saturday at the historical Grandview Hotel in Fairfield.
The event is free and open to everyone who is curious or interested in modern Paganism and witchcraft. Children accompanied by adults are welcome. Come and join us for a casual meal, coffee or a drink.
You will find us outside in the beer garden if the weather is fine, but indoors in the bar just off the car park if it is wet or cold so come along and join us. If you have trouble finding us or would like to know more, please ring or text Philippe on 0402 437 086.
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.
We will be sitting out the front of the cafe, or inside somewhere if it’s too cold/hot.
Dancing Hare Grove will be hosting a public Summer Solstice ritual in Central Victoria. It will follow the ADF (Ár nDraíocht Féin) core order of ritual and is going to be working with the Norse hearth culture.
We will be gathering near the pavilion next to the carpark and starting as promptly as possible to 1.00.
After the ritual will be gathering under the pavilion for a post-ritual picnic and a chance for everyone to socialize. Feel free to bring some food to share, being Central Victoria the weather will likely be scorching. Please practice sun smart precautions. In the event of a Code Red/Extreme Fire danger day, the event will not go ahead.
To keep up to date with event information and changes check out the Facebook event for Summer Solstice.