Meet, Greet & Commune

Welcome to the Bellingham Pagan Market, where local artists and pagans can discover how and where to meet, learn, engage, and connect.

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Bellingham Pagan Market on
January 29, 2023

Held between 12p & 5p at
The Blue Room
202 E. Holly St.
Units 301, 401
Bellingham, Wa

We are excited to announce that for the Imbolc Pagan Market, we are hosting an Open Mic!

We have 10 20-minute open slots for the open mic night. Want to bring your poetry? We want to hear it! Have some acoustic genius? Get up on stage! Have a comedy act? Sweet!

So long as there is no need for a trigger warning and it falls in line with the woodsy, witchy, watery, and/or weird, we are about it! Want some additional prompts for funsies? Consider Candles in the Darkness, in recognition of Imbolc.

If you are interested, email BETWEEN January 14th and January 22nd. Let us know what you want to do on stage, and a proximity of time in your email to streamline the process.

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All Ages, Bodies, & Creeds Welcome
(with respect)



We can’t wait to see you!

The Bellingham Pagan Festival is a space where patrons can meet pagan creators and learn about the upcoming holidays, as well as explore and learn about different pagan traditions.

And did we mention this is a FREE event?

If you have any questions at all about this event, feel free to email us at

or use the Contact Form.



What we are looking for:

Each event will cater to the theme of the upcoming turn of the Wheel. We want to cultivate a space where fellow pagans and curious folx can learn about the upcoming holiday as well as potentially get their supplies for it. We also want to see your artistic and beautiful wares!

If you are an artist, a candlemaker, jewelry maker, seamstress, divination reader, textilist, incense maker, etc., we want you there!

Did we mention that we’re looking for acoustic, folkie musicians to set the tone as well?

If you are interested in being a part of the Pagan festival, feel free to contact us by using the Contact Form, or emailing us at


Want to get involved?

We are looking for volunteers to help make this thing happen.

If you’re into networking, get ahold of us. If you know sound, get ahold of us. If you just want an excuse to be at the event all day, get ahold of us.

This is a small market at the moment, but we have big dreams, and we need your help to get us there!

If you’re interested in lending your services, whatever they might be, feel free to email us at

or use the Contact Form.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

Proudly Sponsored by
Living Earth Herbs Apothecary

Living Earth Herbs Apathecary is dedicated to providing quality organic herbs and botanical products to the discerning customer.

It is the goal of Living Earth Herbs to provide ethically grown and harvested herbs in a supportive, educational environment.

Visit the store at
1411 Cornwall Avenue
Bellingham, 98225

The Stone Moon

The Stone Moon is a sanctuary for any nature-worshiper, meditator, or those just seeking answers. Supplying candles, crystals, divinatory tools, jewelry, and any other random and weird knick-knack, the Stone Moon strives to provide safe spaces for those simply needing to collect themselves.

Open seven days a week, with a tarot-reader available every day.
1304 Cornwall Ave
Bellingham, 98225

Beck’s Shoes


“To create an efficient & engaging consumer experience that educates clients that walk in the door, as well as EXCEEDS THEIR EXPECTATIONS of what a shoe shopping experience should consist of.”


“Exceed the expectations of everyone we encounter.”


“Growth, Recognition, Integrity, Leadership, and Teamwork.”

Visit Beck’s Shoes at
113 West Magnolia St.
Bellingham, WA