COLUMBIA — The Roots ’N Blues ’N Barbecue Festival may have only ended the night before, but another gathering was already underway on Sunday afternoon. The seventh annual Pagan Pride Day, held in Peace Park, welcomed vendors and performers and showed off the diversity of the Pagan religion and culture. A stage was set up in the center of the park and featured dancers with bright scarves, drummers with elf ears and even a jazz saxophonist. Vendors sold jewelry, clothing and books explaining Paganism.
PHOTO GALLERY: Pagan Pride Day
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