Winter Solstice is the true reason for the season. So come celebrate the shortest day and longest night with fellow Humanists and Unitarian Universalists. Two nights of celebration to choose from--Friday, Dec. 21st or Saturday, Dec. 22nd. Same dinner, same program.
For over a dozen years, the First Unitarian Society has provided a meaningful alternative celebration of the season with music, poetry, theatrics and dance. Here is an evening of festivities focused on the natural world, the joys and challenges of winter and the values of compassion and connection at the harshest, coldest time of year.
The unique program includes reflection and revelry--with this year's mummers play entitled, The End Times. Don't get left behind in celebrating the cycle of life.
Dinner 6pm $15/adults, $8 youth (18 and under) -- Reservations recommended
Midwinter Revels Program 7:30 (program and dessert only, no cost) RSVP please
Dessert, folk dance and Yule fire ring 8:30
For details, directions, menu and more, go to: http://www.firstunitarian.org/content/seasonal-celebrations
As an intergenerational event, the festivities are for the whole family. Childcare is provided for restless infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Guests are invited to bring their own wine or beer, if desired with dinner.