The Heartland Pagan Festival is a yearly five-day agnostic celebration held every Memorial Day week Thursday through Monday close to the Kansas City zone, on private land close McLouth, Kansas. The celebration was begun by the Council of the South Winds which facilitated their first celebration on June 27-29th, 1986. After the second celebration was commended in 1987, the coordinators joined as a non-benefit association called the Heartland Spiritual Alliance on September 19, 1988.
Every year since 1986, Pagans and individuals everything being equal, from everywhere throughout the American Midwest, accumulate over the Memorial Day end of the week to praise their disparities and their shared characteristics, and to instruct and find out about their assorted otherworldly ways, societies, customs and practices. Among Heartland Pagan Festival's contributions are workshops in an assortment of lessons and ways, exercises for participants everything being equal, traders and sellers, speakers and melodic entertainers. A unique Memorial Day benefit is likewise held to respect the individuals who have battled for flexibility in administration of the United States every year.