Let us come together on the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, to celebrate a traditional Yule. Even though the coldest part of the winter lies ahead, Yule represents the rebirth of the sun and the promise of the eventual return of warmth and light. It is a time for merriment and rejoicing.
Weather permitting, we will circle ’round the fire pit outdoors for ritual, drumming, prayer, and song. You are invited to bring a light snack or beverage to share in the Great Hall afterwards.
If you have questions, please contact Mimi Sinclair.