Third Annual Paths and Traditions Fair

A Fair for Those who are New or Seeking

Saturday, 10 January 2015

10 am - 4 pm

Unity Temple
1555 Race Street
Denver, Colorado, 80206

Pagan and polytheist religions include many different groups and traditions. It is a rich and diverse community; come find out what your local community has to offer!

Come to the Paths and Traditions Fair to start you on your spiritual way, to find others following your same path, or to better understand your fellow Pagans.

You will have the opportunity to speak directly with representatives of multiple different Pagan and Polytheistic traditions, discover opportunities for practice, and reach out to those who may be interested in joining your group.

To begin the day, at 10 am, there will be a special, hour-long workshop on "Finding Your Path," presented by Chris and Kelley of Cró Dreoilín. Throughout the day, groups will be presenting short introductions to their traditions in the classrooms.

How to participate:

Individuals who are looking to connect with representatives of area groups are welcome to drop by during the day.

If you are interested in representing your group or tradition, please contact Chris and Kelley at

Groups and Traditions in Attendance

Cró Dreoilín - Colorado Celtic Reconstructionist Pagans

We are a group of men and women in Colorado dedicated to rediscovering and connecting with the ways of the Pagan Celts. Guided by modern scholarship and inspiration, we hope to create a community that honors our Gods, Ancestors and the Daoine Sidhe; strengthens our ability to be true to our values and recognizes the poetry and spirit in the world around us.

Feel free to contact us at

Coven of the Grove - Eclectic

Our coven initially began as a familial coven, or one comprised of only individuals who were born or married into our family. As our family has grown and moved we have opened our coven up to select individuals who are not related. These members have become the “family we choose” and are a great blessing in our lives.We are eclectic and love our mix of paths but draw predominantly on Celtic and Heathen Pantheons. We have individuals within our coven that follow many paths and all paths are welcome. We embrace our diversity in paths and lifestyles and we embrace each other in love.

E-mail Galandrea Gregory at or visit us at

Chrysalis Circle

Chrysalis Circle is a Wiccan (Eclectic Tradition) studies and teaching coven local to the Denver, CO metropolitan area.

E-mail HavenWood at

Raven's Wolf Kindred

We are a Tribal Heathen Kindred out of Denver Colorado. Our focus is on the Norse / Scandinavian Gods, our Ancestors, and the Land Wights we share our homes and Sacred Space with. We are also focused on family, creating community, and bonds through ritual, classes, and social gatherings.

E-mail Sin Odinson and Zanna Isrealson at

Treehenge Druidic Circle

We are the Treehenge Druidic Circle, which was formed in 2005 as a Seed Group under the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids (OBOD). In 2014, we became a grove. A grove is a term, which denotes not only a sacred clearing in the forest but also a group of Druids. In addition to celebrating the eight seasonal festivals, we also meet regularly aside from these special times, to spend time in nature, to give initiations to our members and to enjoy each other’s company. Our grove is composed of Bards-, Ovates-, and Druids-in-training.

Druidry is a vital and dynamic nature spirituality that is flourishing all over the world. It unites our love of the Earth with our love of creativity and the arts. Flowing through all the new exciting elements in modern druidism is the power of an ancient tradition: the love of land, sea and sky- the love of the Earth, our home.

Visit us at or find out more about OBOD at

Chokecherry Protogrove, ADF

Chokecherry is a local congregation of ADF: Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship, Inc., an international nonprofit neopagan religious organization. The third oldest ADF grove in Colorado, Chokecherry was founded in 2014 to explore a variety of Indo-European religious traditions while also incorporating local Colorado elements into our rituals. We hold eight public high day rituals a year at the quarters and cross-quarters.

For more information on the timing and location of our public rituals, our website at or our Facebook page We can also be contacted by email at or by mail at PO Box 100162, Denver, Colorado, 80250.

The Circle of Lilith

The Circle of Lilith is a Dianic group. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 4:00 to 6:00 pm.

We are a teaching/doing/politically and socially active circle. We request that each woman in the circle choose a political or social issue and actively work on that issue. Each member is encouraged to participate and share knowledge, but we start at the beginning for those who are really newbies.

The Circle of Lilith is a Dianic group, and thus womyn- and Goddess-only, but we are not rigid in our requirements that all members be born female.

Contact Erica Alikchihoo by e-mail at or

Per Akhet Kemetic Temple

Egyptian Reconstructionist - We practice authentic rituals based on the sacred texts of ancient Egypt. Accepting new members. Prior experience not necessary. We do require commitment to serious study and desire to work with the Egyptian Deities.

Contact Tree at or visit the temple at

Mountain Ancestors ProtoGrove, ADF

The Boulder, CO branch of Ar nDraiocht Fein: A Druid Fellowship, a polytheistic, pan-Indo-European, public Pagan church. We, as do all ADF groups, hold open and inclusive worship rites at the 8 'common' NeoPagan High Days, and offer learning opportunities as well as other community services (ALL Rites of Passage, pre-marriage classes, home visits & guidance for multiple tradition households, prison ministry, and more) from our highly trained, professional clergy.

Contact Rev. William E. Ashton, ADF at Visit or

Living Earth Colorado

Living Earth is an open congregational Neo Pagan Church, serving all the community, and all Pagan paths.

Visit Living Earth on the web at,, or; or in person at 2120 South Holly Street #9 in Denver.

Denver Celtic Women's Circle

A private women's circle, grounded in Colorado, using the Tree Ogham as a framework for connection to this sacred space, and Irish lore to connect with the Celtic path. Workshops and public ritual through Hearthstone provide a way for us to share the path.

Contact Paulie Rainbow at or visit her on the web at and

The Third Annual Paths and Traditions Fair is a project of Cró Dreoilín.