WINTER SOLSTICE ROUND DANCE

WINTER SOLSTICE ROUND DANCE

WINTER SOLSTICE ROUND DANCE

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Winter Solstice, December 21 is a significant day for indigenous People. On this day, the shortest period of sunlight occurs. It is a time to sing, dance, and hold feasts and ceremonies with the community, calling in the sacredness and aligning our minds, hearts, and spirits as the sun aligns with the Earth in a circular motion.

It is a moment to settle into the bedding of the Earth, tucked beneath the layers of the cold darkness, and to draw in the warmth of the breath to share stories. For indigenous peoples, it has been a time to honor their ancient sun deity. They passed their knowledge down to successive generations through complex stories and ritual practices. Storytelling is most prominent during this dark period as it sparks the imagination, generates laughter and truth, and warms the heart, mind, and spirit. As the creatures hibernate, stories emerge to pay homage to the animals.

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Date And Time

2023-12-21 @ 05:00 PM to
2023-12-21 @ 10:00 PM
 

Registration End Date

2023-12-21

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