This will be our second year vending at Twin Cities Pagan Pride Fall Festival, and if we have anything to say about it, it will not be our last. I love vending and reading tarot in person, and this is one of our favorite festivals. It's a free, family-friendly event that is open to the public, and if you can manage it, please remember to bring a donation of food or cash to help sustain the Groveland Emergency Food Shelf in Minneapolis.
This year's festival will be held on September 10th from 10am to 6pm, at Minnehaha Falls Park, between the falls and the bandshell. Twin Cities Pagan Pride has been hosting this fabulous event since 1998, so if you have any interest in the pagan community, this is the perfect chance to engage. Or just stroll along, shop and observe. I've met some really great people here, and it's always nice to meet some of the members of the community in person who I interact with online. I was really happy to see friends at last year's festival that I hadn't seen in decades - literally. With food, friends, live music and more vendors than ever before, this year's festival will be truly memorable.
So please, if you are in the area, stop by and check it out. Come see us there at our booth, which will be between Sea Salt and the Song of Hiawatha Garden, right alongside the road that passes between the park and the waterfall. And in addition to Hemlock & Vine, there's a whole big list of other vendors scheduled to appear at this year's event. If you are not able to come see us all in person, be sure to check them out online!