Pagan Pride, July 29, 2023 coupeville

Saturday, July 29, Coupeville Town Park, 6-12 Front St NW, 930-430 pm
Free admission, public welcomed

Join us in supporting Coupeville’s Gifts from the Heart food bank by participating in our food drive. We kindly request that you contribute non-perishable items, as you are able. A donation box will be conveniently placed in the kitchen area for your contributions.


Limited parking within the park. Volunteers will guide traffic. As you are able, please park at the Methodist Church 608 N Main St (lot on Grace St) and stroll about 10-15 minutes to the park. By order of the city, no parking along Coveland fence, east side of Colburn, grass, or other posted streets.

930 Opening Circle – near Pavilion
10 Polytheism 101 Workshop
11 Old Irish Spells Workshop
12 Witches Dance – bring a broom & join the fun, followed by Cord Magic
1 Luna Del Mar Q&A Session
2 Shamanic Clearing
3 Alternative Burials Workshop
4 Closing Circle – near Pavilion

Workshops – kitchen area


Chad Pilkington woodcarvings

Clementine The Amazing Face Painting

Elena the Elf children’s activities including coloring and singing

Herb ‘N Science CBD tinctures, topicals, and treats

Lisa Marie Mansfield Mental Health

Lovely by Heather Art and more

Oaklawn Enchantments Wellness Consultant, BHS. Handcrafted skin care. Apothecary. Complementary & Alternative Medicine.

NW Run Soap Co Beauty Products and more

Praktical Magik Watch the magic unfold with our newest handcrafted soaps, candles, gifts & potions.

Stone Syren Handmade earrings and more…

TerraVen games and more

Thistle & Thorn Emporium Eclectic Occult Wonders

Touchstone Runes from the Beaches of Whidbey Island


Polytheism 101: The theory and methods behind worshipping a number of particular Deities from a variety of ancient and more recent cultures. Presented by P. Sufenas Virus Lupus.

Old Irish Spells: Rather than reconstructing entire religious systems, some of the practices of medieval Irish magic can simply be read from the pages of manuscripts, if one knows how!  A few examples from this limited, but interesting, corpus of materials will be presented. Presented by P. Sufenas Virus Lupus.

Cord Magic: An ancient form of folk magic that continues to be widely embraced in contemporary practice. What’s appealing about cord magic is its simplicity and versatility, as it can be employed for various intentions. Presented by Tabitha Pierzchala, a Priestess in the Georgian Tradition of Wicca, founding member of Silver Spiral Coven, and a practicing Druid. She is also retired military and served as a Distinguished Faith Group Leader in Iraq for the military pagan community deployed there.

Luna Del Mar: For this workshop, we are holding an open Q&A forum and you may ask us anything. We also are bringing a few prepared topics to get the conversation started. Luna Del Mar is an English Traditional style Wiccan coven practicing Georgian & NROOGD (New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn) traditions. The group grew from High Priestess Betsy’s love of the craft and friends who wanted to practice together starting in 2002. Our focus is worship of the Goddess & God, seeking spiritual growth, finding meaning in the cycles of the earth and our lives, and of course personal growth and learning. Meeting 1-2 times per month, Luna Del Mar welcomes inquiries from serious students who are called to the Wiccan path. 

Shamanic Clearing: Join Lisa Marie Mansfield for a group clearing of what no longer serves us and enlivening our True Nature as beings of light and pure love. Many powerful healers/witches have felt held back from freely expressing their healing abilities due to unconscious past life trauma and other energies blocking the expression of their abilities. Come liberate what holds you back and step fully into your abilities to make positive change on our planet. Our world needs our gifts more than ever now. 

Presented by Lisa Marie Mansfield, founder of The Wake-Up Process & Spiritual Guide, specializing in grief support, emotional release and trauma healing. Lisa’s career began in 1988 as a Massage Therapist. Early, she became curious about the relationship between stuck energy in the body and unaddressed trauma which led her to study energy work, shamanism, and core emotional release work. Over the last 35 years she has walked beside clients through death & dying, divorce, separation, and trauma. Her lifelong spiritual journey informs her approach which is based in compassion and kindness. Clients who work with her share they immediately feel safe with her to express their deepest sorrows and greatest life challenges. 

Alternative Burials: Bryan Stucky, a licensed funeral director and embalmer, is set to deliver a talk on alternative burial and service options. Bring your questions and join us to explore intriguing alternatives like home burials, green burials, various cremation choices, and more. Discover how you can fulfill your dream of a Viking funeral and broaden your understanding of unique commemoration possibilities.


Eternal Spring Church – event sponsor

Coupeville United Methodist Church – parking

Town of Coupeville – venue

Wallin Stucky Funeral Home – donor

Whidbey Witches and more…

Vendor Registration

We are excited to announce the upcoming Pagan Pride Event! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to showcase your products and services to a friendly community. We are currently seeking both shoppers and vendors to participate.

$25 for 10×10′ (bring own gear: table, chair, tent). Spaces are first come, first serve along the Coveland Fence. Setup 8-930, clean-up 4 pm, please do not pack up early. No power available. Please share event to your socials.

Dear Vendors, by order of the mayor, “tents must be 12′ apart…” (see below)

Vendors are strongly recommended to obtain a Business Owners Policy to ensure coverage for their booth and products. By registering as a vendor, you consent to releasing Eternal Spring Church, Town of Coupeville, and affiliated parties from any liability or harm. No driving or parking on the grass and anywhere “No Parking” signs exist. No refunds for no shows.

After unloading, please plan on moving your vehicle to the Methodist Church lot. If you need a ride to/from the lot, please let staff or parking volunteer know. To register as a vendor, click Donate below and fill-in amount: