UU Sunday
Date: 12/23/2018
Time: 10:10:00 AM
Description:
4th Sunday of December, Unitarian-Universalist Program, Associate Speaker Rob Brink will present: "Creating Light in Dark Days: Solstice Celebrations Through the Centuries".
 
Frank Costanza was not the first to invent a new holiday, with his "Festivus for the rest of us!" In the decades old fight between "Merry Christmas" and "Happy Holidays" it's easy to forget that most of our Christmas traditions are a bit less ancient than they seem. For millennia, humans have found ways to mark the seasons, and especially that moment of balance where the days finally stop getting shorter. We know from experience that the coldest days are yet to come, but the festivals and rituals of solstice remind us that dark and cold are not forever, and both are easier to face together than alone. 
 
Childcare will be available.
 

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