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Wiccan Observances

We celebrate with our Wiccan sisters and brothers.

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Fall Equinox – Festival of Mabon

This year the fall equinox occurs on Monday September 23, 2019 in the northern hemisphere. This is a point of perfect balance as is its counterpart the Spring Equinox. Night and day are again of equal length and in perfect equilibrium.  Our Wiccan sisters and brothers celebrate this time as...
Summer Solstice by cyclotourist / CC BY-NC 2.0
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Litha (Summer Solstice)

Litha, the summer solstice Sabbat, honors the longest day of the year. It is celebrated on June 21st. Celebrating midsummer was a common practice for all agricultural societies. The celebration’s focus is the power of the sun – celebrating the time when gardens are growing and warmth has returned....
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Yule (Winter Solstice)

The 2018 winter solstice is December 21st.  The date of the winter solstice varies from year to year, and can fall anywhere between December 20 and December 23.  Day light hours lessen before the solstice and it is the longest night of the year. ...