Summer is a busy time here at the PaganPath.com Sanctuary! Besides the hustle and bustle of garden season and family gatherings, there are some tempting activities that will interest many of us Pagans:
Today through Septmber 7: Mindbender Mansion
Keep your mind stimulated and have some family fun at the Museum of Discovery in Hot Springs. Enter this wonderfully perplexing world, a quirky place full of puzzles, brainteasers, and interactive challenges guaranteed to test the brain power and problem solving skills of even the most experienced puzzlers. Challenge your mind as you try to master each of the 40 individual brainteasers and the five group activities. For a greater challenge, attempt to become a member of the eccentric Mindbender Society as you gather hidden clues and secret passwords from select puzzles and group activities. More information . . .
- The Little Rock Witches & Pagans Meetup group has changed their name to be more inclusive. Now known as The Central Arkansas Pagan & Witches Meetup, they have regular meeting and activities. See their meetup page here.
- The North Door study group has impromptu meetings, study sessions and field trips throughout the year, especially in the late summer and early autumn. All Pagan Paths are welcome, no doctrine, dogma or parliamentary procedure. Contact Friday to be on the mailing list for upcoming events near Mount Ida, Hot Springs, Mena, Glenwood and surrounding areas.
- Conway Pagan Meetup Pentacles of Pride meets the first and third Satudays of every month. Come to the casual meet and greets for Pagans in the Conway, Arkansas area. See the Conway Circle website here.
- Seekers Temple in Beebe Arkansas meets on the first and third Mondays of every month and promotes what they call “Undiluted Paganism”. Website here.
- Join the Ark-La-Tex Pagan Community twice a month in Texarkana, Arkansas for an evening drum circle/meet & greet. Website here.
- Freeman Sanctuary in Paragould, Arkansas will host a second harvest celebration September 11th through the 13th. This Mabon celebration features musical guests; Brian Greenway, Tuatha Dea Drum Nation. See the website here.
- Ozark Folk Center’s Annual Herb Festival in Mountain View, Arkansas will be around October 2nd this year. More details will be available when they post their official synopsis July 1st.
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If you have any events, shops, celebrations or study groups you would like to share, please contact the site administrator “Friday” (that’s my name) with your information. Your event must be relevant to our coverage area, please refer to the service map here.