NEW (starting Feb 2022)! Monthly Fellowships Gatherings
4th Sunday of every month from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Websters Bookstore and Cafe
133 East Beaver Ave. in downtown State College.
Learn something new at "Pagan State University"
Every month we'll feature a short presentation by a practitioner of a magical tradition on an aspect of the path they follow. Happy Valley Golden Wheel values the diversity of Pagan lore, and our mini-classes will reflect the richness of our collective wisdom on many different topics of interest. You will also have the chance to ask questions and get resources for further exploration. Classes are free and open to all!
Our topic for February: Stories are Magick
with Collin Wildridge
A brief introduction to the power of myth and folklore as an essential key to magickal practice. We will do a quick dive into the power of traditional narratives and the necessity to update stories for our contemporary era. We will also provide some tips on developing a knowledge of lore to pull from. Please join us for an exploration of that essential ingredient of our humanity: stories.
Help Build Pagan Community
During the meeting you will also have the chance to learn about the new events and projects Happy Valley Golden Wheel is working on, as well as how to become a member and help bring Pagan events to Centre County.
Meet Like-Minded People
This is also a great time to connect with others people interested in Pagan and magical practice, as well as have your questions about Paganism answered.
HVGW will provide light snacks from Websters for all comers, and the kitchen will be open until 3:30 for more food purchases, and until 4 for drinks/deserts.
Upcoming Dates for the Fellowship Meeting: