Midsummer's Day [In Person]

June 22nd

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    Room: Other Location

    Schedule TBD

    On (or near) the longest day of the year, we connect with the cycles of the earth and celebrate our community and families.

    This is a good time of year to watch the sunrise, to feel the wind on your skin and feel the sand or grass between your toes, fly a kite and eat with friends. It’s a way to connect with the natural world, delight in our sense perceptions, enjoy community, and synchronize with the timing of the universe instead of the clock.

    We will need 2-3 volunteers to help bring supplies beforehand and help with set-up and clean-up. Please contact [email protected] if you are available.