Monday, April 4, 2011

Gaia Gathering Open Meeting in April

Please join us to find out how the planning is going, and to provide your input into the planning process. And, of course, if you want to help, we'd be delighted!

The main focus of the discussion at this meeting will be on programming. What panels do Montrealers want to see? What panels can we put together as a community to share our skills and knowledge with he rest of Canada?

Time: Monday, April 4 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Concordia Multifaith Chaplaincy, 2090 MacKay, Montreal

We will be upstairs in the lovely lounge area with the kitchen.

The Canadian National Pagan Conference (CNPC), Gaia Gathering, is held every year over the long Victoria Day weekend in May. Each year, the event is hosted by a different city, which is determined through a bid and vote process. Gaia Gathering is a place where people from across Canada and from across the spectrum of this country’s Pagan religions an come together to talk about who we are, where we’ve come from, and where we might be going as a religious community in Canada.

Past host cities include Edmonton, Halifax, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Vancouver. The conference features three days of discussion and workshops about Canadian contemporary Paganisms – our Asatru, our Druidry, our Wicca and so on — and brings together Canadian elders, community leaders, and interested Pagans or Pagan-curious for networking, discussion, and community. Legally, we are incorporated federally as a non-profit organization and operate with a national Board of Directors as well as a local host committee.

Registration is now open for Gaia Gathering 2011 conference which will be held in the beautiful, bilingual and metropolitan Montreal from May 20th to 23rd, 2011. Our conference venue is Concordia University and the theme is "Language to Liturgy."

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