The Seasonal Celebrations Team of the First Unitarian Society invites all humanists, atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and secular folks to join them for an intergenerational celebration of the summer solstice.
Savor the longest day with a picnic supper, kids’ activities, Midsummer Revels Program, live music by the Eclectics for listening and dancing, and campfire circle (weather permitting).
Burgers & brats, veggie patties & grilled vegetables, dessert, non-alcoholic beverages and paper goods/flatware are all provided. You bring pasta, fruit or green salad to share; your own beer or wine if desired.
The theme for the evening is “bees.” Jenny Warner of the U of MN “Bee Squad” (and FUS member) will provide an exhibit and presentation for kids; she will also give a brief talk for adults on colony collapse disorder. Revels include costumed mummers for your entertainment and bee hats for youth participation. There will also be an intergenerational kazoo contest with a jar of locally harvested honey as the prize. This event is geared for all ages; the program is informal and can accommodate restless youth, but childcare for the youngest is available upon request.
Cost-- $8/adult; $5/Youth (18 & under)
Bring—Side salad to share; your own wine and beer, if desired
• 6:30 – Picnic Supper
• 7:00 – Music and Youth Activities
• 7:30 – Midsummer Revels Program
• 8:15 – Dessert and Dancing
• 8:45 – Patio Fire Ring