Wikipedia deleted the entry for the Sacred Paths Center claiming that it is a “Non-notable organization” You can read this for yourself at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Sacred_Paths_Center Meanwhile, many less cited and arguably less significant articles go unchallenged.
Wikipedia is considering deleting the Paganistan article. If you have a Wikipedia account, or would be willing to create one, you can join the discussion and try to save Paganistan at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Paganistan Even if what you have to post on that page doesn’t seem to play by their rules, speak up for what you believe. A mass community show of support could go a long way toward changing their minds and realizing that Paganistan is not something to mess with.
Hopefully you enjoyed Celia’s performance at the Sacred Paths Center. She always puts on a great show. She will also be performing at Sacred Harvest Fest, August 6-14; http://harmonytribe.org/shf2011/
Moving on from one great concert to another, SJ Tucker will be at the Sacred Paths Center next Sunday: http://sacredpathscenter.com/?page_id=464
T.Thorn Coyle will be presenting a local workshop next weekend. This is a rare opportunity to work directly with this accomplished author, and talented musician. http://shop.eyeofhorus.biz/Your-Divine-Work-Workshop-p/cls-ttc1.htm
We’re coming up on Memorial Day Weekend. Once again this year there will be a Memorial Day observance for fallen Pagan soldiers, Monday, May 30 at 10am; http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=106993312721818
For more detailed information (addresses, descriptions, etc.) or further updates, check out the much ballyhooed Twin Cities Pagans Yahoo group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TwinCitiesPagans/