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Winter Solstice Ceremony

  • Friday, December 15, 2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Celebrating the cycles of nature is a beautiful way to synchronize ourselves with our nature neighborhood.  Join eco-connection mentors Honey Sweet Harmony in honoring the Winter Solstice. Participants will be invited to slow down and sink into quiet, peaceful energy and activities, and to later draw inspiration from their experiences in this gathering to design activities for their own programs with young children and youth.  To deepen the experience of sacred spacetime, the ceremony will not be recorded.

This ceremony is designed for anyone who facilitates nature-based education and outdoor learning, which may include: teachers and administrators in preschool, childcare, or elementary school settings; naturalists, environmental educators, or outdoor educators; wilderness survival enthusiasts; and parents.

Honey Sweet Harmony is an interspecies creativity-catalyzing mentorship constellation. McCadden is the human spokesperson, collaborating with complementary pairs: two dogs and twin felines! Together kin are committed to remembering regenerative cultural patterns, and have decades of experience with all ages from toddlers to seniors as deep nature connection mentors and ancestral skills facilitators specializing in stories, music, and movement, eco-spiritual healing arts, ceremony facilitation, and grief / peace tending.

For 25 years kin have taught enrichment programs in a diverse range of public and private schools, camps, community centers, spiritual-based and nature-based organizations. McCadden serves as a facilitator for ERAFANS webinars, Village Talk (a weekly phone conference for adults committed to nature connection), Community Song Circles and Story Circles, Ancestor Suppers, solar and lunar phase ceremonies, and many more forms of community events inspired by nature’s rhythms. You'll find seasonal Song Groves and activity ideas that they have cultivated for ERAFANS in our Blog pages.

(nature-kinship pronouns ki/singular, kin/plural come from Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass and Gathering Moss)
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