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10th Annual Pagan Festival [Apr. 13th, 2011|01:13 pm]
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The 10th Annual Pagan Festival
Celebrating 10 Years
of Pagan Pride

Saturday May 7th, 2011
Berkeley California
All Are Welcome
The Parade Launches from Civic Center Park at Noon.

Join us in Celebration of the
10th Year Anniversary of the Pagan Festival and Interfaith Pagan Pride Parade!

Performers include:

Shay Black
Diana Rowan
The Mano Cherga Band
Amelia Hogan
Circle of Dionysos
Kettlefish (of Land of the Blind)
Beltaine's Fire
Pepper Alexandria's Ghawazee
Ariellah-Dark Fusion & Tribal Belly Dance
Paige Lawrence
Sirens in Sanity
Goddess Force
Speakers include:

joi wolfwomyn
Diana Paxson
M. Macha Nightmare
Max Dashu
Morpheus Ravenna
Don Frew
Keeper of the Light: Keeper of the Light - Rabbit Matthews

Honoring 10 Years of Grand Marshals & Keepers of the Light.

Master of Ceremonies: Shay Black (Celtic Singer and Instrumentalist) & Diana Rowan (Singer and Musician)

Music, Dance, Stage Performances, Speakers, Pagan Pride Parade in the streets of Berkeley, Temple of Change, Altars, Public Ritual, Vendors, Story Telling Pavilion, Disaster Preparedness Pavilion, Authors Circle, Arts & Crafts Pavilion, Info Booths and Program/Resource Guide.

We will again be collecting Donations for the Alameda County Food Bank. This year the Pagan Alliance is partnering with the Upper Midwest Pagan Alliance to do a project to aid our community in collecting personal and magical supplies for Pagan soldiers in the Iraq and Afghanistan war zones. www.umpaganalliance.com/care.shtml

Visit the vendors to buy your loved ones gifts for Mother's Day and Graduation.

Volunteers Wanted. Please sign-up on our website.

When: Saturday, May 7th, 2011
Time: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Where: Civic Center Park, Berkeley, California
Martin Luther King Jr. Way (between Center and Allston)
2151 Martin Luther King Jr. Way , Berkeley CA 94704
Downtown/Southeast Berkeley
Next to Farmers Market
Downtown Berkeley BART
1 block west to Civic Center Park
Carpooling is encouraged.
Public Garage Parking Available

Transportation Info to Downtown Berkeley

Awards and Prizes for Best Float and Best Costume!

Accessibility assistance available. Contact Arlynne Camire, Exective Director at arlynne@thepaganalliance.org or 510-872-1188
Best Costume prizes for Youth and Adults!
Best Float prize!
Volunteers, Vendors and Info Booths Wanted!
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Last Chance to Advertise in Pagan Festival Program 11:59am TODAY deadline [Apr. 27th, 2009|10:52 am]
Dear Friends in the Community;

The Pagan Festival, sponsored by The Pagan Alliance, is Saturday, May 9, 2009. The program/resource guide will be distributed to the general public and the media. We ask you to consider advertising your business, organization, or event. Advertising prices are the same as 2008!

This is a fantastic opportunity to increase your visibility to members of both Pagan and mainstream communities that will be in attendance. Attendees will be reminded of your wares and/or services throughout the year. Programs are often kept as souvenirs of the event.

Advertising Costs for the 2009 Pagan Parade & Festival are as follows:
Type Size Price
Quarter Page 2.75 inches wide and 4.25 inches tall $40
Half Page 5.5 inches wide and 4.25 inches tall $55
Whole Page 5.5 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall $80


Submit art to sarah@sarahsoward.com

12:01 pm is too late. This is your last chance to get in on this opportunity!


JoHanna White
President, Pagan Alliance
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Pagan Festival 5/9/09 Need Volunteers, Spread the Word! [Apr. 13th, 2009|10:59 am]
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Hello Pagan Festival Friends, Former Volunteers & Community Members,

I'd like to thank you for taking the time to consider volunteering in order to put on the 8th Annual Pagan Festival & Pride Parade. Please look below and see what you would like to volunteer for and what shifts. You can volunteer for one shift or for the entire day. Blessed are the volunteers. Please email me at johanna@thepaganalliance.org

Thank you

JoHanna White
President, Pagan Alliance
Interim Volunteer Coordinator
Parade Coordinator

The available shifts are as follows:





Parade launches @ Noon, Community Ritual @ Parade's Arrival Back at the Park

Afternoon Shifts



5:30pm-7:30pm Tear-down @ the Park
7:30-9pm Tear-Down, Hauling & Repacking into Storage (Special Rewards See Below!)

All Volunteers are entitled to attend the after-party *****INFO INSERTED HERE*****
There will also be a Volunteer Appreciation Party this summer.

Volunteers Needed For:

Media Assistant (may be filled?)

Assist with distribution of media packets, give break to Communications Goddess, and assist with media personnel. Will be able to answer basic questions about the Pagan Alliance. Will be trained.

Escorts to Keeper of the Light- Will walk in the parade next to the Keeper of the Light vehicle. (Pagan Journalists are especially welcome!)

Assistant at Authors Circle-Will be responsible for providing refreshments to the authors and assist with signings and keeping activities on schedule.

Assistants to Ritualist

Assists with logistics of the ritual. Preparation of ritual space, assistance with logistics during the ritual, and clearing ritual space prior to stage performances.

Environmental Director Assistant
Responsible For-Monitoring Recycling and Trash bins, helps supervise Clean up and assists with disposal of Trash, assists with taking recycling to Berkeley Recycling Center and returning Trash and Recycling Frames to the City of Berkeley.

Arts and Crafts Pavilion
Assists with set-up and take-down of Arts and Crafts Pavilion. Help with craft making. This year the crafts are wand, hat and mask making. All materials will be provided.

Druid Storytelling Pavilion
Assists set up and TakeDown of Druid Storytelling Pavilion,

Set up (not all), Take down, crowd control, secure ritual area, help with parade, surveillance of vendor area, direct people, secure back stage. All security will receive a Pagan Alliance safety shirt.

Asst Stage Manager
Assist & interact live sound crew, keep performers, speakers, MCs on schedule. Includes load in & load out of talent (supervising, not assisting), access to necessary power sources for musicians, and logistical stage needs as they arise (ie keeping the ramp clear). The Stage Manager is responsible in creating the final schedule of performers and speakers, including performance times, and load-in/out times. In addition, responsible for direction of Stage Crew Volunteers as needed.

Stage Crew
Assist Stage Manager and Assistant Manager. Check in performers. Monitor Schedule. Help performers on and off stage. Communicate with sound booth. Make sure Green Room has refreshments.

Stage decoration Set-up (4 volunteers needed)
Assists the Art Director with Set-up and Removal of stage decorations.

Vendor Coordinator Assistants (2)
Arrive on Site at 7 am. Monitor Load-in to make sure that vendors set up in correct designated location.

Info Table Assistants (8 needed)
Assist Info Table Coordinator with directing people to appropriate areas and staff, program and site map distribution, assist with the raffle, and tee-shirt sales.

Volunteer Check In
Check in volunteers and hand out instruction sheets.

Volunteer Food Table (4 needed)
Set up/Take down of table. Staff table to serve volunteers food.

Site Manager Assistants and volunteers
Assist the site manager unload/load truck, assure that site is set up by 10:00 am. Assistants are needed for both the Morning Shift (6:00 am-10 am) and the Evening Shift (5:30 pm-8:30 pm). Evening shift assistances are to help load-out at storage.

Site Set up
Arrive at 6-6:30 am. Set up canopies. Distribute tables and Chairs. Hang signs and Banners.

Go For
Make runs for Printing, Ice, supplies, food, etc… Should have own Vehicle.

Take Down
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Take down canopies, take down trash and recycling frames, load truck, pick up street cones, remove signs and parking meter no parking signs.
7:30-9pm helps with haul & repacking items to storage in Alameda. The volunteers who help in storage will be taken to a restaurant for dinner. One that serves alcohol. Cocktails.

More Info: http:://www.thepaganalliance.org

Mar a bha,
Mar a tha,
Mar a bhitheas
Gu brath...
Ri tràgadh,
‘S ri lionadh.
As it was,
As it is,
As it shall be
With the ebb,
With the flow
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Lesbian gangraped in Richmond [Dec. 22nd, 2008|09:21 am]

RICHMOND, CA (KGO) -- Richmond Police are making a public plea for help in solving a vicious gang rape and are offering a $10,000 reward leading to their arrest. Police say a lesbian was kidnapped by four men as she was getting out of her car at 9:30 p.m. Saturday night near Visalia and 15th Streets in the city's Belding-Wood Neighborhood.

Police described the attack as life-altering, shocking and brutal.

A 28-year-old woman parked her car along a residential street in Richmond's Belding-Wood Neighborhood near the end of the BART line last Saturday night. It was 9:30 p.m. As she walked away, police say a man aggressively approached her.

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"He physically assaulted her with a blunt object, striking her on the head. He robbed her and disrobed her and began sexually assaulting her there on the street," said Lt. Mark Gagan, with the Richmond Police Department.

Three other suspects warned someone was coming. They forced the woman into her car and drove her seven blocks, to a dead end section of Burbeck Avenue. There police say she was repeatedly sexually assaulted, then dragged out of the car to some abandoned apartments, where the assault continued.

"The most disturbing aspect of this is during the sexual assault, the suspects were saying things about her sexual orientation, which we believe has now made this a hate crime. Our victim is a lesbian who is openly gay. On her car are stickers supporting the gay community," said Lt. Gagan.

The suspects drove off in her car. The victim, naked and seriously injured, found help and was hospitalized.

"This case seems a bit more unusual because it's very public. It was a gang rape in which the survivor chose to come forward, which is a very courageous act," said Tina D'Elia, from Community United Against Violence.

Armed with substantial physical evidence, police are looking for four suspects.

"The unique thing about this is there were three Hispanics and one black male involved in the sexual assault. That's unique. That coupled with the fact that one had the nickname 'Pato', who was a Hispanic male, and the black male's nickname was 'Blue.' We're hoping those facts will allow someone to say, 'Hey I know those guys,'" said Gagan.

The victim is now out of the hospital.

Even seasoned detectives say they are deeply disturbed as they investigate this crime. They describe it as very vicious in nature and are anxious to get to who and where those suspects are.

Richmond Police are pleading for the community to come forward and call in with any tips or information.

Anyone with information about any of the suspects is asked to call Detective Ysenia Rogers at (510) 672-1718.
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Traditional Marriage Perverts Traditional Marriage (an editorial) [Dec. 4th, 2008|11:29 am]

Traditional Marriage Perverts the Tradition of Marriage
A brilliant playwright (and close personal friend of mine) recently sent this editorial out regarding Prop 8. I thought I'd share.

Traditional Marriage Perverts the Tradition of Marriage
by Jeff Goode (Californian)

About a decade ago, as a young playwright, I was hired to write a script for the Renaissance Festival of Kansas City. It was a period piece about knights and jousts and intrigues of the court, building up to a lavish royal wedding between a prince and a princess, restoring peace to the troubled land.

This was one of my first professional writing assignments, so I was really excited about doing all the research and making sure that everything was historically accurate, especially the royal wedding which needed to follow all the traditions exactly.

Over a summer of research, I learned a lot of surprising facts about the history of marriage and weddings, but by far the most shocking discovery of all was that the tradition of marriage-as-we-know-it simply did not exist in those days. Almost everything we have come to associate with marriage and weddings -- the white dress, the holy vows, the fancy cake and the birdseed -- dates back a mere 50 or 100 years at the most. In many cases less.

And the handful of traditions that do go back farther than that are, frankly, horrifying. The tossing of the garter, for example, evolved from a 14th Century tradition of ripping the clothing off of the bride's body as she left the ceremony in order to "loosen her up" for the wedding night. Wedding guests fought over the choicest bits of undergarment, with the garter being the greatest prize.

Savvy brides got in the habit of carrying extra garters in their bodice to throw to the male guests in hopes of escaping the ceremony with some shred of modesty intact!

It turns out that marriage, in days of old, was a barbaric custom which was little more than a crude exchange of livestock at its most civilized, and a little less than ritualized abduction at its worst. That's why you'll find no reference to white weddings in the Bible, or the union of one man and one woman. Because up until fairly recently, there was nothing religious about it.

You will of course find plenty of biblical bigamy, practiced by even the most godly of heroes-- Noah, Abraham, David, Solomon -- because that's what marriage was in those days. Even in more enlightened New Testament times, the only wedding worth mentioning (the one at Cana) is notable only for the miraculous amount of wine consumed.

In the 21st Century, we've heard a lot about the sanctity of marriage, as if that were something that has been around forever, but in reality the phrase was invented in 2004. Google it for yourself and see if you can find a single reference to the "sanctity of marriage" before the Massachusetts Supreme Court legalized same-sex unions in that state. The proverbial Sanctity of Marriage sprang into being because opponents of gay marriage needed a logical reason to overturn an established legal precedent. And the only thing that trumps the Constitution is God himself.

Unfortunately, God is still pretty new to the whole marriage game (or he might have made an honest woman out of the Virgin Mary, am I right? Try the veal!)

The truth is that marriage has always been more a secular tradition rather than a religious one. Up until the early Renaissance, in fact, couples were traditionally married on the church's front doorstep, because wedding ceremonies were considered too vulgar to be performed inside the building: After all, there was implied sex in the vows and shameless public displays of affection. No clergyman in his right mind would have allowed such an unholy abomination on the premises.

But as times changed, ideas and attitudes about marriage also changed. So when people became religious, matrimony became holy. When people became nudists, clothing became optional. And so on throughout history.

And the wonderful thing about the institution of marriage -- the reason it has remained strong and relevant through thousands of years of ever-changing times -- is its unique ability to change with those times.

Marriage is, and always has been, a constantly evolving tradition that never fails to incorporate the latest shifts in culture and climate, changing social habits, fashions and even fads. (Because, seriously, that chicken dance is not in the Bible.)

Thus, in the 1800s when the sole purpose of marriage was procreation and housekeeping, marriage between an older man and a hard-working tween girl was considered perfectly normal. Today we call it pedophilia.

For thousands of years marriage was essentially a business transaction between the parents of the bride and groom. But in the last century or so, we've finally seen the triumph of this new-fangled notion that marriage should be about a loving relationship between two consenting adults.

Followers of the Mormon faith can tell you that the traditions of their forefathers included a devout belief that polygamy was appropriate and sanctified. But modern Mormons generally don't support that vision of happiness for their daughters.

And during the Civil Rights era, when opponents of interracial marriage tried to pass laws making such couples illegal, we came to realize that they, too, were wrong in trying to redefine marriage to prevent those newfound relationships.

Always marriage has triumphed by becoming a timely celebration of our society, rather than a backlash against it. It's strange, then, to see "tradition" used as a weapon against change, when change is the source of all its greatest traditions.

Just ask the white dress: In 1840, Queen Victoria of England married Prince Albert wearing a beautiful white lace dress -- in defiance of tradition -- in order to promote the sale of English lace! The image was so powerful that practically overnight the white wedding gown became de rigueur for the well-heeled bride. And then it became de rigueur for every bride.

By the dawn of the 20th Century, the white dress had also inexplicably come to symbolize chastity. (Even though blue was traditionally the color of virginity --"something borrowed, something blue...")

And the new equation of white with virginity eventually achieved such a rigid orthodoxy that older readers may remember a time when wedding guests who happened to know that the bride was not perfectly pure would have felt a moral obligation to demand that she change into something off-white before walking down the aisle.

Fortunately, as cultural norms eased during the Sexual Revolution, a sort of "don't ask, don't tell" policy took hold where all brides were required to wear white regardless of their virtue and the less said about it the better.

In recent years, as a generation of divorcees have remarried and a generation of young people have entered wedlock with some degree of "experience", the pretense of a connection between literal virginity and the bridal gown has become entirely obsolete. A colorful journey for a custom which has always seemed iron clad, even as it was evolving over time.

And not all traditions have to do with changing sexual standards. The long-time custom of pelting the newlyweds with birdseed did not exist before the 1970s when animal-lovers realized that songbirds were bloating on dried rice that they found on the ground after the former custom.

Economic times have caused families to rethink the age-old convention of the bride's father paying for the entire ceremony -- a last vestige of the days of dowries when a young man had to be bribed to take a free-loading daughter off her parents' hands -- that well-established custom has gradually given way to a more humane approach to sharing the financial burden.

Even religious traditions of marriage have experienced constant metamorphosis over the years. As more interfaith couples have wed, we have seen the emergence of multi-disciplinary ceremonies where couples have chosen not to follow the out-dated tradition of rejecting one or both of their faiths as a prerequisite of holy matrimony.

One of the most beautiful weddings I ever attended was between a young Jewish fellow and his Catholic fiancé, whose mother was born in France. The ceremony was performed by both a rabbi and a priest with intertwining vows in English, Latin, Hebrew and French. A perfect expression of the union of their two families, yet one which would have been unthinkable just a generation before.

But, again, marriage has such a long history of changing with the ever-changing times, that the last thing we should expect from it is to stop growing and changing. We know today that marriage is not a rote ritual handed down by God to Adam & Eve and preserved verbatim for thousands of years. It is, rather, an expression of how each community, each culture, and each faith, chooses to celebrate the joining of loved ones who have decided to make a life together.

Christians do not expect Jesus to be central to a Buddhist wedding, nor do Jews refuse to acknowledge Lutheran unions because they didn't include a reading from the Torah. Marriage is what we each make of it. And that's the way it always should be.

Perhaps the greatest irony of the traditional marriage argument is that it seeks to preserve a singular tradition that has, in fact, never existed at any point in history.

Because, honestly, which traditional definition of marriage do we want our Constitution to protect?

...The one from Book of Genesis when family values meant multiple wives and concubines?
...Or the marriages of the Middle Ages when women were traded like cattle and weddings were too bawdy for church?
...Since this is America, should we preserve marriage as it existed in 1776 when arranged marriages were still commonplace?
...Or the traditions of 1850 when California became a state and marriage was customarily between one man and one woman-or-girl of age 11 and up?
...Or are we really seeking to protect a more modern vision of traditional marriage, say from the 1950s when it was illegal for whites to wed blacks or Hispanics?
...Or the traditional marriage of the late 1960s when couples were routinely excommunicated for marrying outside their faith?

No, the truth of the matter is, that we're trying to preserve traditional marriage the way it "was and always has been" during a very narrow period in the late 70s / early 80s - just before most of us found out that gays even existed: Between one man and one woman of legal age and willing consent. Regardless of race or religion (within reason). Plus the chicken dance and the birdseed. Those are okay.

But there's something profoundly disturbing about amending the Constitution to define anything about the 1970s as "the way God intended it."

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Bumble [Nov. 24th, 2008|09:52 am]
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I am missing my dear friend, and so happy that I managed to see him in the hospital and give him the painting Morgan Mischief did for him. She is obsessed with Bumble Be's right now. She's been painting them, having me paint them, drawing them, making them out of playdough. When she asked yesterday where Bumble Be was and when she was going to get to see him, I didnt know what to tell her and so I said "Everywhere" She found my answer inadequate. When I told her bumble bee's were him visiting her she looked thoughtful and left the room. I wish I could have explained it better. I am thinking about the Egyspt trip he had planned for this winter and the oil of jasmine that he had told me he would bring back for me when I told him about my battle with infertility. He was a majikal faerie, a brilliant being. I wonder who has the manuscript for his book and if it's in any shape to be published at least in the faerie community. *sigh* I need to get back to work.
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My stepdaughter's mom makes the news [Nov. 5th, 2008|10:43 am]
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She's the Ms. Lopez in the article

Vaca, Winters drug search nets 11 arrests
By Reporter Staff/
Article Launched: 10/30/2008 01:02:05 AM PDT

A drug-related arrest in Vacaville Tuesday led investigators to Winters, and ultimately yielded 11 arrests.

Police say they've been investigating 41-year-old Brent Mills of Winters for about two months in connection with drug trafficking. On Tuesday afternoon, he was seen meeting with Vacaville residents Ashley Lopez, 25, and Joseph McGraw, 28. All were later detained.

Police said four grams of methamphetamine was found in Mills' vehicle; and 1.5 grams was found on Lopez, who allegedly got it from McGraw.

Mills was arrested on suspicion of transportation and possession of methamphetamine for sale. Both Lopez and McGraw were arrested on suspicion of methamphetamine possession. Lopez also was on suspicion of possessing stolen checks and committing a crime while on bail. All were booked in the Solano County Jail.

Later, officers served a warrant on Mills' residence in the 27000 block of Buckeye Road in Winters and found methamphetamine, evidence of methamphetamine sales and use, and a loaded handgun, police said.

Michael Riley, 51, found to be the primary tenant, later was arrested on suspicion of possession of narcotic paraphernalia and maintaining a dwelling where narcotics are used, police said. His daughter, 33-year-old Chantel Riley of Winters, and 44-year-old Robert Frates, who sublet a room on the property, both were arrested on suspicion of possession of narcotic paraphernalia.

Meanwhile, Winters residents Mary Romiski, 42, and John Hameke,
49; and Vacaville residents Alvino Gonzales, 54, and Margaret Gloria, 47, were "in the process of smoking methamphetamine when they were contacted in an outbuilding on the property," police said. All were arrested on suspicion of methamphetamine possession, while Romiski and Hameke also were arrested on outstanding warrants.

A probation search of 38-year-old Vacaville resident Staci Coleman, who was visiting at the residence, apparently revealed drugs in her possession and she was arrested on suspicion of methamphetamine possession.

Chantel Riley and Frates were released on a citation. The others were booked into Yolo County Jail.

The Vacaville Police Department has a zero tolerance policy towards illegal drug use. Anyone with information regarding illegal drug use and sales is asked to call the Police Department's Drug Tip Line at 449-5243.
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No on 8 Rally in Vacaville Today [Oct. 27th, 2008|09:49 am]
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Monday, October 27th, 4:30 - 6 pm. Visibility in Vacaville. Join us at the intersection of E. Monte Vista & Nut Tree Road to smile and wave No on Prop 8 rally signs at passing motorists so that we can help guide Vacaville to vote on the right side of history. We need volunteers for this event. Please email jeffndave@gmail.com to sign-up and be sure to include your name, phone number and the first names of anyone you are bringing with you, so that we can get a head count and make sure there are enough rally signs on hand.
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Call for Volunteers [May. 1st, 2008|12:34 pm]
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Hey you know you want to spend some time helping
out your local Pagan 501c3! We put on Berkeley's
Pagan Festival, which this year will be on May
10th. And if you haven't been, it's not to be
missed! Let us know what you are passionate
about and we'll find a way for you to lend a
hand. You can help the day of or start helping
us prepare right away. We've been working since
last year!

Volunteers Needed For:

Donation Gathering & other preparation (Like Flyering, etc)
Contact us Right away if you are interested, at www.thepaganalliance.org

**Day Of Festival**

Security and First Aid
Set up (not all), Take down, crowd control,
secure ritual area, help with parade,
surveillance of vendor area, EMT, ask questions,
direct people, secure back stage.

Stage Design and Set-up
Design Stage, Organize and Secure materials,
Secure Volunteers for Set-up and Removal of
stage decorations.

Vendor Coordinator Assistants (2)
Arrive on Site at 7 am. Monitor Load-in to make
sure that vendors set up in correct designated

Green Pavilion
Set-up & Staffing

Info Table
Direct people to appropriate areas and people.
Hand out programs and site maps.

Volunteer Check In
Check in volunteers and hand out instruction

Stage Crew
Assist Stage Manager and Assistant Manager.
Check in of performers. Monitor Schedule. Help
performers on and off stage. Communicate with
sound booth. Make sure Green Room has

Art and Craft Pavilion

Help set up or tear down
hang out and help people make art all day
Make sure supplies and donations are secure

Site Set up
Arrive at 6-6:30 am. Set up canopies. Distribute
tables and Chairs. Hang signs and Banners.
Assist Recycling Manager with Trash and
Recycling set-up.

Go For
Make runs for Printing, Ice, supplies, food,
etc? Should have own Vehicle.

Take Down
5:30 pm to 7 pm. Take down canopies, take down
trash and recycling frames, load truck, pick up
street cones, remove signs and parking meter no
parking signs.

Assistant to Ritualist

Assistant to Keeper of the Light

Assistant at Authors Circle

Altar Set up
Main altar set up and take down.

Assistant at Altars

Children's Craft Area Supervisors

Tee shirt sales
Help sell Pagan Alliance Tee shirts

Visit us at www.thepaganalliance.org
or call 877-467-5527
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Wedding planning wow [Jul. 16th, 2007|09:23 am]
I am hard @ work planning my 10/31/07 wedding. Who would've thought? I need a hand or three getting stuff ready, preparing the house, etc. and if you havent got me your mailing address you better do that.
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