PCV Frankston Pagan Moot

Come join us for a friendly, relaxed and inclusive afternoon meet by the Frankston coast. This is a free event.

Usually hosted on the last Sunday of every second month, 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.

To stay up to date with all the latest information check out the PCV Frankston Pagan Moot Facebook page.

Central Victorian Pagan Meetup: October

Pagans from Central Victoria and beyond are invited to join us for a coffee and informal chat. These meets are friendly and inclusive, and open to pagans of all paths and practices. We enjoy diversity and welcome those of all levels of experience.

The meets are not, however, suitable for children – even when accompanied by a guardian – so please help us to keep them a relaxed, grown-up space for adults.

For more information, visit our Facebook Event Page.

PCV Melbourne Pagans in the Pub

The Pagan Collective of Victoria invites you to come along to its monthly CBD Pagan Pub Moot.

Come along and have a meal and meet some like-minded people in a friendly environment. All paths and levels of experience are welcome.
Please note that as this event revolves around adult conversation.
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The Pagan Collective of Victoria (PCV) is Victoria’s only non-profit, incorporated association dedicated to providing state-wide community building and networking opportunities for Pagans. Our members are from a wide variety of paths, practices and walks of life.
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The PCV CBD pubmoots are on the move!
We’ll be experimenting with different venues over the coming months until we can settle on a good fit. Be sure to check the location before attending!

Discussion topic of the month:
TBH

Look for the table displaying the green and white PCV gum and oak leaf logo card!

PCV Frankston Pagan Moot

Come join us for a friendly, relaxed and inclusive afternoon meet by the Frankston coast. This is a free event.

Usually hosted on the last Sunday of every second month, 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.

To stay up to date with all the latest information check out the PCV Frankston Pagan Moot Facebook page.

PCV Melbourne Pagans in the Pub

The Pagan Collective of Victoria invites you to come along to its monthly CBD Pagan Pub Moot.

Come along and have a meal and meet some like-minded people in a friendly environment. All paths and levels of experience are welcome.
Please note that as this event revolves around adult conversation.
————————————————
The Pagan Collective of Victoria (PCV) is Victoria’s only non-profit, incorporated association dedicated to providing state-wide community building and networking opportunities for Pagans. Our members are from a wide variety of paths, practices and walks of life.
————————————————

The PCV CBD pubmoots are on the move!
We’ll be experimenting with different venues over the coming months until we can settle on a good fit. Be sure to check the location before attending!

Discussion topic of the month:
TBH

Look for the table displaying the green and white PCV gum and oak leaf logo card!

PCV Public Yule hosted by Dancing Hare Grove

Dancing Hare Grove will be hosting a public Yule 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. There will be a chance to make offerings during the ritual (completely optional), so if you would like to bring an offering you are more than welcome. Otherwise, there will be a selection of offerings available on the day.

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 in winter please make sure to wear sensible clothing for the weather as it will most likely be quite cold.

To keep up to date with event information and details check out the Facebook event for Yule.