Divinator Registration

This contract hereby serves as an agreement between the Divinator and the facilitators of the Central Illinois Pagan Pride Day Festival (CIPPD)

  • Central Illinois Pagan Pride Day is being held on September 28th, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.  It will be at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington-Normal, at 1613 E. Emerson in Bloomington, IL.
  • We do NOT require you to do divination all day.  If you need a break we understand.  Please have a sign available that you can put out to let people know when to expect you back.
  • This is an open air event.  Divinators are responsible for providing their own shelter, tables, chairs, and displays. The event is held rain or shine.
  • In accordance with local laws, all Divinators must include a visible 8″ x 10″ sign stating “For Entertainment Purposes Only”.
  • Divinators may charge a specific rate per reading or by time (these rates must be posted), post a suggested donation amount, or simply solicit donations.
  • Divinators are NOT allowed to sell other merchandise in their Divination Booth.  If you wish to sell merchandise, a separate Vendor Booth must be registered.  You must have someone available at your vendor booth while you are performing a reading.  Our staff will not be available to watch vendor booths for extended amounts of time.
  • Divinators must restrict divination services to their assigned slot.
  • Failure to follow the above rules may result in you being asked to leave or prohibited from returning to future events.
  • Please leave your area clean.

Divinator Pricing for 2019 Pagan Pride Day (per 10×10)

  • $20 per 10×10 spot

2019 Divinator Registration Includes:

  • 1 10′x10′ booth space
  • Listing on webpage under Vendors tab with description
  • Listing in 2019 CIPPD Onlne Program with description
  • A minimum of 1 Facebook mention on the CIPPD Facebook page
  • A minimum of 1 Twitter mention on the CIPPD Twitter feed

Divinator Registration Form


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Updated: August 14, 2019 — 6:42 pm
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