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Category: Pagan Conference

What to Bring: An open mind, snacks, H2O, $ for food or shopping

Price/Donation: $55 til 9/15, $65 til 1/15, $75 after an

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Event Id: 83797

Posted: Aug.13.2012

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Ancient Ways, an Oakland based store announces...


When: Feb. 15th. 2013 - Feb. 18th. 2013
Where: San Jose, California

19th Annual Pantheacon theme is Co-operation, Tolerance & Love

Event Details: We are a conference for Pagans, Heathens, Indigenous Non-European and many of diverse beliefs that occurs annually over President’s Day weekend. Well over 2000 people attend more than 200 presentations that range from rituals to workshops and from classes to concerts.

Parking charges for all attendees and overnight guests with PantheaCon will be $5 with validation. Only hotel guests have in-and-out privileges.

Be aware that parking is in short supply and you may have to park at a distance. Local office complexes may have parking on the weekend, but not on Friday.

Programming starts Friday afternoon at 1:00 pm with the opening ritual and continues through Monday afternoon till 5:00 pm. We will have up to thirteen simultaneous workshops going on during the day. At night we will have up to six different programs plus postings for parties and possibly some discussion groups that can reconvene at night in some “extra” rooms. We have ninety minute workshops starting at 9 AM and 11 AM with a 30 break between them; afternoon workshops are at 1:30 PM and 3:30 PM with a 30 minute break. There is a scheduled lunch hour from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM and the dinner break is from 5 PM til 7 PM. Each year, we try to have the program available by Jan. 15.

PantheaCon is held at the Doubletree San Jose (2050 Gateway Place, San Jose CA 95110) . There is a free airport shuttle between the Doubletree and San Jose International Airport. As of March 2011, all Doubletree rooms have been reserved.
Other Lodging

Our main overflow hotel is the San Jose Airport Garden Hotel at 1740 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95112 (408) 793-3300. Rooms are $85/night. It is just a 10 minute walk or 3-5 minute shuttle ride from the Doubletree, and parking is free with your room. Please mention PantheaCon when booking to get the group rate.

The PantheaCon shuttle van runs continuously between the overflow hotels and the Doubletree. The service starts each day an hour before the first programming item and ends an hour after the last programming item.

Other Overflow Hotels:

Extended Stay America Deluxe (2 1/2 stars—has kitchens)
55 E Brokaw, San Jose 95112
$114.99/night (King) , and $104.99 (Queen) , includes breakfast – mention PantheaCon
P: 408-453-3000

Marriott Courtyard
1727 Technology Dr., San Jose 95110
$99/night (King + sofa)
P: 408-441-6111

Homestead SJ (2 stars)
1560 N 1st St., San Jose
$84.99 (King) , $74.99 (Queen) + 4.99 WiFi internet for the duration of your stay
P: 408-573-0648

c/o Ancient Ways
4075 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, Ca 94609

Prices are:

$55 til September 15th,
$65 til January 15th,
$75 til February 1st and Onsite.
One day attendance is $35 Evening after 5pm is $20.

Event Location: Doubltree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place in San Jose
Event TIME Details: Friday 1pm till Monday 5pm

Directions: Airport Directions (0.5 Miles E from San Jose International Airport) : Go to Airport Blvd at the light turn left. At the next light, turn onto Airport Parkway. Go two blocks and turn left at Gateway Place. Shuttle buses run from the airport to the Hotel. For pick-up use the Courtesy Phone in Baggage Claim. Advance Shuttle Reservations: 408.453-4000.

You can phone the hotel and ask them directions if you are unsure about how to get there. You can also check their website,, for links to directions to the hotel.

Hwy 101 South: Exit North First St./Brokaw Rd. Make the first Right onto Airport Parkway. Hotel will be on the right.

Hwy 101 North: Exit Brokaw Rd. Make the first Left onto Brokaw Rd. and proceed under Hwy. 101. Hotel will be on the right.

I-880 North: Exit First Street. Make the first Left and go 3/4 of a mile North. Turn Left on Brokaw Rd. Hotel will be on your right.

I-880 South: Exit Brokaw Road. Turn Right on to Brokaw and go 1 mile, passing First Street. Hotel will be on your right.

I-280 North: Take 87 North (Guadalupe Parkway) towards downtown. Exit Skyport Drive. Make the first Right onto Skyport Drive. Turn Left at the next light, Technology Drive. Pass Airport Parkway. Hotel is on your right.

I-280 South: Take 87 North (Guadalupe Parkway) towards downtown. Exit Skyport Drive. Make the first Right onto Skyport Drive. Turn Left at the next light, Technology Drive. Pass Airport Parkway. Hotel is on your right.

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