Freyfaxi, Pagan Pride Day, and a Library~

Whoops, this was meant to be a post for my Kindred’s website, but I might as well let it lie now that it’s here.

First of all, we had a wonderful Freyfaxi late in August:

We hosted several Celtic pagan guests and toasted the joyful Lord of Alfheim, who dies so we all may eat, with peach cider and sweet challah bread. I especially liked lingering after dinner, talking theology and community with people I hope to see a lot more of.

Second of all, Sigewif Kindred will be at Madison Area Pagan Pride Day! If you have been looking for a chance to meet us, we will have a booth next to Spero Publishing, and several of our members will be there to chat, meet new people, and to raise funds by selling some really beautiful prayer cards. I am excited for these prayer cards.

(MAPPD will be this Saturday, September 14th, 2013, at Winnequah Park in Monona, WI from 10 am to 6 pm. Admission is free)

Third of all, our lending library, maintained in honor of Saga, is finally cataloged! We believe sharing resources builds a community. We have Heathen religious resources, books on pagan theology, and resources for other polytheist and magical paths. Give it a browse, and if you visit us, leave with a book or two, please!

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4 thoughts on “Freyfaxi, Pagan Pride Day, and a Library~

  1. That’s really cool that you’re maintaining a lending library!

    • Iðasfóstri says:

      It is! Physical gathering spaces are really important to me, and even though it’s really small and incomplete, and our group is pretty small too, I feel devoted to making it Be A Thing. 🙂

  2. I’m disappointed I am too far away to visit you folks.

    • Iðasfóstri says:

      Madison has many lovely attractions and vacation-worthy events! If you ever have a reason to make the trip, rest assured that there are several of us over here just dying to put that hospitality ethic into practice.

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