F.A.Q.

How do I get to Pagan Pride Day?

The address for Bedford Public Square is
730 Broadway Ave.
Bedford, OH 44146
It is accessible from 271 and 480.
Click For Map Of Directions

 

Who is invited to Pagan Pride Day?

Pagan Pride Day is open to the general public, whether Pagan or non-Pagan. The purpose of our event is to encourage tolerance through education and information. The best way to do this is by our own example, demonstrating what are our beliefs truly are to those who come to learn about Paganism.

 

What Charities Are You Helping?

Cleveland Pagan Pride is a subsidiary of Crossroads Universal Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We locally support the Southeast Clergy Food Bank.

 

How much does it cost to attend your event?

Entry into Cleveland Pagan Pride is free, but we ask for two non-perishable food item donations be made for the Southeast Clergy Food Bank.

 

Is the event accessible?

Motorized wheelchairs and other forms of mobility assistance should not have issues navigating the site. There is handicapped parking directly behind the square and in the historic parking lot.

 

Are the rituals open to everyone?

Yes, our rituals are open to all those attending the event, including children.

 

What is parking like around Bedford Square?

These are public lots behind the square and across the street with free parking. Parking is available at the post office Saturday after 1 PM. There is also parking on both sides of the street down Broadway.

 

Are there restrooms?

The public restrooms are directly behind the square in the train depot. They are handicap accessible.

 

What should I do when I arrive at the event?

There will be folks welcoming at the various entryways into the park. They will be placing wristbands on each attendee so that we can get an accurate count for attendance. The Welcome crew will have event programs available. Food donations can be dropped off at the information booth, located in the circle, look for the big Pagan Pride flag.

 

How do I know what there is to do and see?

Our Pride event offers many workshops, entertainment, and vendors for your enjoyment. Please check out the printed Event booklet available at the Information booth.

 

Will there be a photographer?

This is a “Camera-Friendly” event. There will be an event photographer taking pictures for possible publication on our website. If you do not wish to be photographed, please avoid the camera. It is also possible that we will have photographers from the media there.

 

How can I help?

We are always looking for those who are willing to spread the word for us about Cleveland Pagan Pride Days. We are looking for volunteers for the day of the event, vendors, and workshop presenters! If you’re interested in being a volunteer, feel free to complete an application through this site. We also always need help spreading the word, so share our site with your social media!

 

Is there cellular reception?

Yes. There is good reception in the park.

 

Is there WiFi?

WiFi access is not available in the park.

 

Can I bring…?

…my dog or familiar to PPD?

Service animals are welcome, of course, but please leave non-service animal companions at home.

 

…my kids to PPD?

Of course! We currently offer family programming as part of the event. Please remember that your children are your responsibility and must remain under your supervision at all times – Cleveland Pagan Pride does not provide child care services.