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Spring creeps in

When I think about the nearly-thirty-one years of seasons that I’ve experienced, Spring often seems to creep in slowest of the seasons; the others have a firmer  618 more words

Seasonal Celebrations

Imbolc

Last Sunday was Imbolc, the first festival of Spring marking the transition into the active time of the year. The word means Ewe’s milk, because in days of old the first lambs were born and there would be milk to drink again. 409 more words

Winter

Imbolc & The Rites of Women: The Midwinter Festival of Lights

Across the world, for thousands of years, our ancestors held great festivals, rituals and feasts to mark the astrological alignments of the sun and moon (solstices, equinoxes, and cross quarters days). 839 more words

Seasonal Celebrations

Christmas 2014

Notice that there is one extra stocking? Since the big kids got their first bikes for Christmas, Sophia got this little Scuttle Bug. And a sippy cup. 61 more words

Pub Sing – How to prepare? Or not

Well you don’t really have to. The beauty of pub sing is that we engage you in song with easy choruses and fun lyrics.  A pub sing is meant to be a participatory event. 340 more words

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Rhythms of the Moon

It was a full moon this week – but so cloudy and wet for three nights that I missed seeing it. Much like the winter solstice really! 437 more words

Winter

Then, to life again

Ring it in, ring in the new year, that springs to life again.

Our Christmas Revels now have ended.  And by now you may be packing up your holiday decor and duds to settle back into the imperceptibly lengthening days of January.  248 more words

Culture And Seasonal Events