New Pagan Library in Washington, D.C.

May 5th, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

There’s a new library in Washington, D.C., and for the magically inclined, it’s pretty exciting.

In mid-April, the Open Hearth Foundation (OHF) illuminated the stacks for first time at the official launch of their OHF Pagan Library.

It’s one of the first Pagan libraries in the US to make their collection available to the public.

And though it’s brand new, the collection is already significant. They have over 3,000 titles, 250 Tarot decks, and 40 different periodical and newsletter series.

It’s open to the public for browsing on Sundays from 1-5, and books can be borrowed for 28 days. The Tarot cards and periodicals can be used in-house.

And if you’d like to browse before you visit, or just browse for the fun of it, the full catalogue is online.

The library also plans to add public domain eBooks to their collection soon, focusing especially on ceremonial magic, lodge works, and medieval texts.

To find out about library events and OHF book discussions, visit the OHF website. And if you’re in D.C., go visit in person.

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