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Thursday, October 15th, 2009
4:31 pm
[bruhinb]
Pagan Arts Initiative Winter Solstice 2009

Pagan Arts Initiative, a project of Delaware Valley Pagan Network

Presents

The 13th Annual

Winter Solstice Celebration

Celebrate the Darkness and the Light with Songs and Stories

Featuring
SpiralSong - Feminist Spirituality Vocal Ensemble... & Friends!
 
 
Image

Saturday, December 19, 2009 @ 7:00 p.m.
Pebble Hill Interfaith Church, 320 Edison-Furlong Road, Doylestown, PA 18901
http://www.pebblehillchurch.org/

Thursday, July 9th, 2009
1:27 am
[bruhinb]
August 1st Hafla
In conjunction with Pennypack Coven, and the Pagan Arts Initiative - Ak'Ana welcomes you to a Backyard Hafla!

Saturday, August 1st from 5pm - ???

7:30 - Performances by: Ak'Ana, Devi'Ance, The Mahendi Mamas and more!
DJ
Drum Circle
And, how could we forget the BONFIRE!!!!

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Friday, December 26th, 2008
9:09 am
[bruhinb]
Opportunity for [potentially Pagan] Artists
Deadline: February 15, 2009

Art House sends you the sketchbook, then you make the art. Then Art House is taking all the sketchbooks on a 6 city tour to galleries and museums across the U.S. The goal of the exhibition is to encourage anyone to create artwork and build a collective of sketchbooks made by artists from all over the world.

Sign up at www.thesketchbookproject.com.

Art House Gallery
309 Peters St.
Atlanta, GA 30313
Thursday, December 4th, 2008
3:03 pm
[bruhinb]

Pagan Arts Initiative, a project of Delaware Valley Pagan Network

Presents

The 12th Annual

Winter Solstice Celebration

Celebrate the Darkness and the Light with Songs and Stories

Featuring
SpiralSong - Feminist Spirituality Vocal Ensemble... & Friends!
 
Jennifer Sheffield, Music Director
 
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Saturday, December 13, 2008 @ 7:00 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County, 145 W. Rose Tree Road, Media, PA 19063
http://www.uucdc.org/
Saturday, December 20, 2008 @ 7:00 p.m.
Unitarian Society of Germantown, 6511 Lincoln Drive., Philadelphia, PA 19119
http://www.usguu.org/

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Monday, October 6th, 2008
3:32 pm
[bruhinb]
2008 Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day
2008 Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day

Sponsored by Delaware Valley Pagan Network
http://dvpn.org/...


Sunday, October 12, 10:00 am until 2:00 pm


JFK Plaza (aka, "Love Park")
15th Street and JFK Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA

Featuring:

* Rituals
* Tea Ceremony
* Social meet and Greet
* Panel Discussion
* Food Drive

Please bring one item of canned food to benefit the Mazzoni Center

Bring a blanket or a camp stool and sit out in the autumn sunshine while we show our pride.

10:00-10:30 Social meet and greet
10:30-10:45 Opening Ritual
10:45-11:45 Japanese Tea Ceremony
11:45-12:45 Panel Discussion
12:45-1:45 Closing Ritual/Food Blessing
1:45-2:00 Closing remarks and cleanup
Saturday, August 30th, 2008
2:04 pm
[bruhinb]
Philadelphia Pagan Pride Day


Philadelphia 2008

Sponsored by Delaware Valley Pagan Network
http://dvpn.org/

Sunday, October 12, 10:00 am until 2:00 pm

JFK Plaza (aka, "Love Park")

15th Street and JFK Boulevard

Philadelphia, PA



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Thursday, July 17th, 2008
9:01 am
[bruhinb]
10TH ANNUAL DELAWARE VALLEY PAGAN NETWORK SUMMER SOCIAL

Sunday 08/24/08 
ABUNDANCE IN A “GREEN” WORLD

LORIMER PARK
183 Moredon Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006

10:00am TO 3:30pm

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Monday, June 30th, 2008
3:27 pm
[bruhinb]
10th Annual Delaware Valley Pagan Network Summer Social!

Lorimer ParkWhen: August 24, 2008 10:00 AM

Where:
Lorimer Park
183 Moredon Rd
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
(215) 947-3477
Meetup Description: That's right. DVPN is having our 10th Summer Social, already -- featuring fun, magick, and community in the summer sun!

Save the date, more details to follow!!

Learn more here.
Wednesday, June 18th, 2008
10:39 am
[bruhinb]
Next DVPN/Phactory Work Date
When: June 29, 2008 10:00 AM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Gardeners, time to get dirty! We will be assembling raised beds in the back 2 courtyards. We will need: bags of plain topsoil, or clean garden soil (no miracle grow garden soil, that stuff is nasty!) and compost. I will be bringing my little garden cart, if anyone else can bring a wheelbarrow or cart that would be awesome :)
 
Tuesday, June 10th, 2008
9:21 am
[bruhinb]
One more Phactory photo

Panorama 142
by ~bruhinb on deviantART
The Phactory, Somerset & Ruth Sts, Philadelphia, PA, Friday, June 6, 2008
9:11 am
[bruhinb]
Sunday, June 8th, 2008
2:24 pm
[bruhinb]
AWESOME DVPN/Phactory volunteer work crew!
Despite heavy heat warnings and multiple scheduling conflicts, we still managed to attract a totally awesome crew for our latest volunteer work day at the DVPN/Phactory community center project! We worked carefully, took plenty of breaks, drank plenty of water, and still managed to clear out the space by the back fence in preparation for building the security wall across the back courtyard entrance.

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Friday, June 6th, 2008
1:37 pm
[bruhinb]
Pagan Community Center Under Construction (Kensington section, Philadelphia, PA)
Reply to: see below
Date: 2008-06-06, 1:36PM EDT


Delaware Valley Pagan Gardening Meetup

The time is now, good-hearted pagans, to pitch in and help contribute our share to the DVPN/Phactory Community Center!The Phactory is located at 1828 E. Somerset Street. That's less than a block from the Somerset station on the Frankford El. By auto, it is about one mile from either the Girard Avenue or Allegheny Avenue exits from I-95. Precise directions available if you need them.We are restoring the courtyard of this historical industrial space for use as a community garden, ritual space, and performance space. As the Phactory restoration project continues, we will continue to be involved in helping to open this center to the Delaware Valley Pagan community.

Pagan gardening workday for the community center
Saturday, June 7, 2008 at 10:00AM

For this work date, we need at least two sets of workers.GARDENERS must study this walled courtyard and develop a harmonious plan to tend it, using available urns and other tools. They need to form a collective that exchanges information and oversees that basic tasks are carried out.WOODCHUCKS are needed to chuck wood: 1,000 huge handfuls of illicitly-dumped trash, mostly wood debris, must be removed from part of this courtyard.And much more! Want to do something else? Have other skills/resources? Just email me! Thanks!

The Phactory1828 E. Somerset Street Philadelphia, PA 19134

See the full event details at http://pagan.meetup.com/1276/calendar/7849479/.

Check out what members are saying about Delaware Valley Pagan Gardening Meetup:

"Great way to be involved in the pagan community and to help create a central meeting place for the area. This is a wonderful way to give a little of yourself to help better a community." - MoonRaven

"Pagan Unity & a really GREAT cause!" - Cædmon

"This meetup is an opportunity to meet people, connect with the pagan community, and pitch in for something that can have rewards in the future." - Linda Lady Earth



  • Location: Kensington section, Philadelphia, PA
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
Monday, June 2nd, 2008
11:47 am
[bruhinb]
Storms dampen DVPN spirits
We had our meeting on Saturday, May 31, as planned, but weather and other factors kept many attendees away.

Fortunately, Michael and I were able to use the time to discuss ideas and share more thoughts about the potential future of the site. I also had the opportunity to see much more of the site than I ever had before. This only left more excited at the potential the space has to offer once we have it secured and start getting up and running.

Our next work day is Saturday, June 7. Hopefully we'll have plenty of brilliant weather and people out to help us that day. We're also discussing some, "fun only," meetups in the neighborhood, just to give DVPN members a chance to see the environment our center will eventually inhabit. This neighborhood is really starting grow and change; a few years from now, we'll be in the middle of a thriving arts community here!

Anyway, more details later. Hope to see many of you on June 7.

Blessings!!

Pagan gardening workday for the community center
Monday, May 19th, 2008
10:07 pm
[bruhinb]
Garden Planning goes apace
We want to send out a big thank you to everyone who came out on Sunday, despite it turning soggy later in the day. We got a lot of work and planning accomplished - detailed maps of the two cleared courtyards, lists of materials needed, and a lot of good discussions on what sort of plants will do well in the courtyard.

We also want to thank everyone who came out for the open house, it was great to see so many new faces!

Moving forward, we're continuing to gather info and make plans long-term for the outdoor space. We'll also be soon publishing the plans for our next work day. Carpenters & builders, be ready to show up with tools! It's time to lock down the site, and start building raised planting beds :)

Watch here and on our traditional email lists for more details over the next 2 weeks.
Thursday, May 8th, 2008
3:35 pm
[bruhinb]
DVPN/Phactory Work Day 3!
"Hello everyone!

"Our next cleanup workdate is Sunday, May 18th from 10am to 3pm. As usual, wear heavier shoes, gloves, long sleeves & pants, and be ready for a good workout. We've already cleared a large space in the front, and are working our way back to the fully cleared courtyards.

"Michael will also have an open house during that time period - if you haven't had the chance to see the site, please do stop by!

"I also have some brainstorming for my fellow green thumbs - Since we can't dig down, we need to build up! So, lets hear your ideas for creative wall/hanging gardens, raised beds, etc. I have old windows to use as the lids for coldframes, so we can have veggies growing even in the cold months. And here's another idea - a labyrinth made out of raised planters, with herbs, veggies and flowers growing in them. So, there's a few possibilities to get you started, can't wait to hear what you all come up with!

"We have another call for volunteers - the gate to the courtyards, needs repairing, and we've seen a lot of postings for free fencing materials. But what we don't have? Someone with a truck or other means to get them! If you have a vehicle and/or are willing to help out with transporting things to the Phactory, please let us know.

"And thank you again to everyone for their time and contributions, you people rock!"

-Raffaella, chief instigator and resident green thumb
Friday, May 2nd, 2008
10:35 am
[bruhinb]
Delaware Valley Pagan Gardening Meetup for the Community Center
The time is now, good-hearted pagans, to pitch in and help contribute our share to the DVPN/Phactory Community Center!The Phactory is located at 1828 E. Somerset Street. That's less than a block from the Somerset station on the Frankford El. By auto, it is about one mile from either the Girard Avenue or Allegheny Avenue exits from I-95. Precise directions available if you need them.We are restoring the courtyard of this historical industrial space for use as a community garden, ritual space, and performance space. As the Phactory restoration project continues, we will continue to be involved in helping to open this center to the Delaware Valley Pagan community.</p>

Pagan gardening workday for the community center
Sunday, May 18, 2008 at 10:00AM

For this work date, we need at least two sets of workers.GARDENERS must study this walled courtyard and develop a harmonious plan to tend it, using available urns and other tools. They need to form a collective that exchanges information and oversees that basic tasks are carried out.WOODCHUCKS are needed to chuck wood: 1,000 huge handfuls of illicitly-dumped trash, mostly wood debris, must be removed from part of this courtyard.And much more! Want to do something else? Have other skills/resources? Just email me! Thanks!

The Phactory1828 E. Somerset Street Philadelphia, PA 19134

See the full event details at http://pagan.meetup.com/1276/calendar/7849447/.

Monday, April 28th, 2008
8:51 am
[bruhinb]
DVPN/Phactory Work Day 2
Work day two was another success! We moved more piles of refuse, but still had time for touring the site, dreaming, and discussions of the future. We have an extremely long way to go, but each time I touch the project, I am more convinced than the last time that this is going to all come together with time and persistence!

Piles of photos of our team in the rubble.Collapse )
Monday, April 21st, 2008
11:12 pm
[bruhinb]
1st DVPN Garden Workday report, next workday sunday 27th April
Here's a few quotes and details regarding a report of our first courtyard and community garden workday at the Phactory site.  People from all walks of life came down to get involved in the community garden/space phase of the project. Consisting largely of members of DVPN, and a few others -- people came from all over philly, the burbs, and even as far as central jersey..

Our next workday is Sunday the 27th of April.  There are many ways to participate.  If you want to see the Please Take Materials Exchange reborn, it is imperative that you get involved to help make it happen! Please RSVP to me if you intend to come on Sunday and pitch in.  Every little bit helps!  If you are unable to attend on scheduled work days, but still want to be involved, feel free to email me, there are many different ways to lend a hand.

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Thursday, March 27th, 2008
4:00 pm
[bruhinb]
Calling all volunteers - pagan gardening workday for the Community Center

The time is now, good-hearted pagans, to pitch in and help contribute our share to the Phactory Community Center!

At 10 a.m. Saturday, Apr. 12, Delaware Valley Pagan Network will sponsor the first of two workdays to reclaim this splendid, but sorely abused, site in the Kensington part of Philadelphia.

On Saturday, Apr. 26, we shall install raised beds and cold frames ... and actually start gardening.

 

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