Golden Leaf Festival

The Golden Leaf Festival is a cooperative effort between the Pagan Academic Network at Purdue University and Lafayette Area Pagan Alliance. These are two non-profit organizations dedicated to the fellowship of the local Pagan community as well as to educating the community about the Pagan culture. The Golden Leaf Festival was co-headed by a woman calling herself Lady Kate. The festival is meant to celebrate life and further the community's understanding of Paganism. The festival is for Pagans and non-Pagans. The festival is an attempt to show the non-Pagans the benefits that Pagans bring to the community at large.

A website devoted to the festival is here. If you want, join the space that this festival is advertised on: If you do join, you will get many nice people writing to you, inviting you to be their friend, sending you flowers and telling you jokes. I highly suggest joining the space even though I am not a Pagan.


The event was held at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds(1401 Teal Rd, Lafayette, IN).


The Golden Leaf Festival took place this year on October 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m, this was the first year of the festival, but more annual events are planned.

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Activities at the Golden Leaf Festival were plentiful. They had building a spell, herbal magic, yoga, belly dancing, stained glass, pottery, energy healing, rune magick, Build-A-Ritual, and other arts and crafts. They also featured the Tippecanoe Humane Society and Wolf Park.

To learn about Paganism, go here.