In this week’s Pagan Community Notes, Elizabeth Graham is reported stable after life-threatening injuries, the Cherokee Nation names a delegate to the US Congress, Buddhist temples destroyed, and more.
HOLSTEIN, Ont. – As the festival season starts to wind down for the year, organizers of the premiere edition of Occulticon are ramping up to deliver an event that is being billed as “a convention for all things curious, all things occult.”
This new addition to the festival and convention circuit will be held at the Pagan owned and operated Mythwood Campground and Private Retreat from September 8 – 10. Mythwood Campground is located an hour north of Toronto in Southern Ontario, a region of Canada that already supports a multitude of Pagan, Heathen and Witchcraft related festivals and events. From May until September, the area sees at least one large public gathering and sometimes more each weekend. Occulticon organizers are promising a unique event and are taking a distinctly different approach to how this new addition to the scene will be presented.