Join us for a great evening of entertainment and camaraderie at our annual winter solstice gala. Headlining our program is the renowned vocalist, Prudence Johnson, and guitar virtuoso Dean Magraw. Their repertoire for the evening will lean toward Springsteen and Dylan.
Opening the program will be a talk by Sally Brummel, Planetarium Education and Outreach Coordinator at the Bell Museum. She will present a visual exploration of the night sky entitled "Winter and the Cosmos." The images will depict astronomically what the solstice means in terms of the earth-sun relationship and take a look at earth's place in the cosmos by virtually traveling to the edge of the known universe.
The cost is $10 per person, payable at the door. Dinner reservations are now closed but everyone is welcome to attend the program beginning at 7pm.
The evening is also a fundraiser for the Bridge for Youth. If you are able, please bring a donation in the form of check, cash or items selected from their wish list. See our flyer for details.
Do join us for a delightful evening with friends and fellow humanists, atheists and free thinkers to celebrate the holiday season together. This year's winter solstice festivities are hosted by Humanists of Minnesota and co-sponsored by Minnesota Atheists.