Solstice Celebration

living birch tree as maypole at UUFF in 2006This Sunday: Join us in celebrating midsummer’s day with music, dance, and a Junepole (think Maypole). Summer solstice literally means the day the sun stands still. In the far north, it means more than that – an almost neverending day when Earth itself seems to pause in its rotation to mark the culmination of the sun’s long slow ascent against the sky and take a deep breath before beginning its downward journey toward winter. Program Coordinators: Molly, Stephanie, and Loquin.