July 29 to August 1, 2016
Join us in Alberta’s beautiful aspen parkland for PanFest’s eighteenth annual celebration of Lammas! This year, our festival will unfold under the waning moon.
Renew old friendships and meet pagans from across western Canada, as we gather together for a weekend of ritual, relaxation, and fellowship.
In a secluded private campground southwest of Edmonton, PANFEST offers Pagan and Pagan-friendly members a safe and welcoming space and time for ritual, learning, and fellowship over the August long weekend. This summer will be our fifteenth celebration of Lammas together.
Throughout each day and evening of the festival, the formal program of events includes scheduled workshops, facilitated discussion groups, and member-led rituals.
All meals are provided at PANFEST, served in the Main Lodge – the focal point of many festival activities. Liquor is prohibited at the festival, but coffee is always available in the dining hall!
PANFEST depends on every member to volunteer some time during the weekend. The Volunteer Coordinator matches members to work crews based on festival requirements and member preferences.
PANFEST is clothing-optional at all times, in all spaces except the Main Lodge and around the family programming site. Since many members choose to go barefoot throughout the weekend, glass containers are prohibited outside.