As many of you know, the Summer Solstice is the height of Summer. It is a day when the Sun is at it’s most powerful and it’s also the longest day of the year. After this Solstice the days will start to get shorter as the earth rotates farther away from the Sun. Solstice is a time for celebration so please join us!Read More
If you’ve had an odd week, you’re not alone. And this weekend focused the elements of that oddness. By weekend, I mean March 31st and April 1st - we know Sunday was April Fools Day, because it snowed in the Northeast (into Monday, no less). What’s up? This: a full moon Saturday in Aries and Libra, with Mercury retrograde sitting next to the Sun, wondering what the heck is going on. Our good friend Chris Largent explains.
A Solstice Bonfire Celebration! Please Join Us as We Light Winter's Longest Night Thursday, December 21st from 5:30-8:30pm. Enjoy a brief history of the Solstice, and an Honoring of Our Ancestors during this sacred time of the year.