Celestial Celebrations Circle is sponsoring an in-person Spring Equinox, also called Ostara. We will meet in the playground. You may wear ritual garb or street or work clothes. “Equinox” means that this day has roughly an equal amount of sun and darkness. This is a solar festival opposite Autumn Equinox (Mabon). Spring first stirred at […]
Celestial Celebrations Circle is sponsoring an in-person Beltane, also called May Day. This is the midpoint between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice. Traditionally it is a time for lovers to celebrate and get together! We all dance around a Maypole, weaving ribbons; and we leap over the Bel-fire for fertility and creativity of all kinds, […]
Celestial Celebrations Circle is sponsoring an in-person Summer Solstice, also called Litha. This is the longest day and shortest night of the year. After this night, the days will begin to shorten, so we call this the death of the sun God and follow him into the dark. We watch the sun set and celebrate […]
Celestial Celebrations Circle is sponsoring an in-person Lammas, also called Lunasadh. Lammas is the first of three traditional harvest festivals, followed by Mabon and Samhain. We still cannot host a potluck after the ritual, but we will have access to restrooms! Please bring a contribution for the food bank.