Seren Derryth is a Witchy Artsy Whimsical Fae!
Every First Thursday, 6 pm – 8 pm, Pagan Pub Moot, Old Nick’s Pub, 211 Washington St, Eugene
Every Second Thursday, 6 pm – 8 pm, Divination Discussion, Old Nick’s Pub, 211 Washington St, Eugene
Seren is out in the community organizing and leading community discussions on pagan and witchy topics.
Friday, January 5th, 9:30 pm, Nocturne Revue, Old Nick’s Pub, 211 Washington St, Eugene
I’ll be out at Old Nick’s Pub this Friday night reading tarot for Nocturne Revue’s Tease the Stars Burlesque and Variety Show!
For more information, see Old Nicks’s Facebook event page.
Saturday, April 20th, Noon – 2 am, The Eighth Annual Labyrinth Masquerade Ball , Old Nick’s Pub, 211 Washington St, Eugene
Old Nick’s Labyrinth Masquerade Ball moves to a new date in April for its 8th annual incarnation.
Yes – this year Labyrinth comes to you in the springtime!!
Your ticket gets you access to all our specially curated vendors, artisans, musicians, DJs, and performers ALL DAY! We have an entire quarter city block filled with fun and good food for everyone!
Dress in your best Labyrinth costume or Masquerade Ball attire to show off your own unique artistic flair.
For more information and tickets, see Old Nicks’s Facebook event page.
Working out of her home in Springfield Oregon, Seren Derryth currently offers her creations in person at art and craft shows around Oregon, with online offerings through Facebook and Instagram Pages.
In the modern world her name is Seren Derryth Riddle. She is a creative force who enjoys making art to wear and display that help people feel seen. She loves to make art inspired by fantasy, but has found great joy in making LGTBQIA+ art and jewelry. Helping others express their true selves has become a major theme and mission for Seren Derryth Creations.
Seren Derryth Riddle is also very active in the pagan community in Eugene and is the Executive Director of Eugene Pagan Pride, an Oregon nonprofit corporation dedicated to promoting community, tolerance and understanding among the many faiths and traditions of local pagans. Together with a hardworking volunteer board of directors, she brought back the Pagan Pride Day event in 2022, which exceeded all expectations. She helped the event grow from 20 vendors to just over 50, booked exciting workshops and entertainment, and the generous attendees contributed over 88 pounds of food donations for Food For Lane County. Past estimates of attendance of about 200 attendees were more than doubled in 2022 to over 500 estimated attendees and participants.
Seren’s past includes 27 jobs that have undervalued her work ethic, determination, tenacity, and her ability to multitask and get things done. Seren Derryth Creations came from a need to take control of her destiny, focusing her efforts into creations that come from the heart.