Summer Solstice is sometimes referred to as "Midsummer", "Litha" or even "St. John's Eve". It's the longest day of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere, plant life is flowering, fruiting, and beginning to go to seed. The earth is fecund and bursting with new growth. From this day forward until the Winter Solstice in December, the amount of daylight gradually begins to decrease a little each day. Dancing around bonfires and even leaping them are a common sight all over Europe on Midsummer's Eve.
How do you celebrate the Summer Solstice?