Ipswich Pagan Council

Bringing polytheists and pantheists together in Ipswich

Moots - 2017

Our monthly gatherings are open to all friendly visitors with an interest in paganism, members or otherwise. The Committee reserve the right to refuse admittance to disruptive individuals. Meetings for the first few months of 2017 will be held at McGinty's pub, Northgate Street, Ipswich (upstairs room). Venue for later in the year will be confirmed in due course.

Jan 11th - Sarah Beavans on Pagan Poetry & Verse;
Feb 8th - Beverley Price on The Beauty of Paganism;
Mar 8th - Rob Lummis on The Lakota Eagle;
Apr 12th - Carys Deverell on Paganism & Music;
May 10th - Jo Hutchings on Ancestors on Film;
Jun 14th - Tracy Dickerson, arts & crafts;
Jul 12th - Ed Howlett on Pantheism;
Aug 9th - book swap/social moot;
Sep 13th - Tony Manning on Famous Druids;
Oct 11th - Dave Haskins on TBC;
Nov 8th - Death Cafe;

Dec 9th - The Godsfather; a play with Pan’s Players

Other IPC events (Dates to be confirmed)

Wolfshead Pagan Camp ~ July 8th & 9th, at the Finningham White Horse, Suffolk (the pub has a camping field attached).  Food available from the pub, or self-cater. This is a community camp, meaning that attendees are encouraged to put on their own activities ~ talks, demonstrations, music etc. Details of who has offered to do what will be posted in due course.  

Festival of Paganism ~ July 29th, at Oddfellows Hall, Ipswich. A free day of talks, storytelling, displays and fellowship. Come along and get to know other pagans.

The programme for the day will be as follows:

10.00 - Welcome
10.15 - Pagan Ipswich
11.00 - Tales of the Native Americans (Robert Lummis)
12.00 - Music & poetry
1.00 - The Feast of Lupercalia (Robin Herne)
2.00 - Panel discussion on Paganism & Politics
3.00 - Greek mythology storytelling
3.30 - Panel discussion on Ethics of Healing
4.00 - Close

Independent (non-IPC) events that members might also like to attend

Suffolk Eisteddfod 2017 ~ October 9th, 11am - 4pm at PJ McGinty's Pub, Ipswich. Seventh annual contest for performance poets and storytellers in Suffolk. Performance workshops, Poets and Storytellers Contest. Come along and support your favourite candidate for Chief Poet & Chief Storyteller of Suffolk 2017, Chairs presented by last year's winners.

Pooka's Pageant ~  date tbc, 10am - 4pm at venue tbc, Ipswich. A day celebrating polytheist religions through the performing arts of storytelling, poetry, song, dance etc. Performers to be confirmed. Profits to the Hare Preservation Trust.  


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