Midsummer Day Celebration

June 22nd

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    Room: Other Location
    Celebrate the summer solstice with the community, lawn games, grilling and good company. The center will provide grill fare (burgers, dogs and veggies), please consider a donation at registration if you're able.
    What to bring 
    - Bring a favorite summer side-dish or beverage
    - Lawnchair or blanket
    - Sunscreen
    How to Help - Sign-up at registration
    - Transporting supplies (tables & chairs)
    - Grilling
    - Carpool (organized on Community Facebook Page)
    Space is limited to 40 - Sign up now to reserve your spot. In the event of poor weather, we will cancel by 11am
    This event is at the home of Mary Lang & Charlie Trageser. Registration is required.

    Celebrating the seasons is an important part of mainaining our connection to  the natural world in Shambhala. Around the globe, Shambhalians celebrate four 'Nyida Days' around the solstices and equinoxes. The roots of the word are 'Nyi' (from Nyima, 'sun' in Tibetan) and 'Da' (from Dawa, 'moon' in Tibetan) which "are meant to commemorate the ongoing dance of sun, moon and earth as reflected in the changing seasons solstices and equinoxes"
    By joining spiritual practice with the practicalities, challenges and joys of everyday urban life as well as the cycles of our environment, we forge a society that expresses the dignity of human experience. Midsummer Day is an opportunity for families and friends in Shambhala to celebrate the longest day of the year together.