Save the date for a celebration of love and connection! In our tradition, this cross-quarter holiday is called the Festival of Love. In many Earth-centered traditions, it is known as Beltane, or May Day. The traditional date is May 1, but in our tradition we celebrate it on the astronomical date. This holiday marks the moment that is halfway between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice. So you could say that this holiday is mid-spring!
At this time of year, plants are growing, and it's mating season for many animals. It's time to celebrate the return of the Sun and the fertility of the Earth!
Gather with us for ritual, bonfire (conditions permitting), feasting, and merriment! Potluck is post-ritual, so please bring some festival food and drink to share. More details to come!