please spread the word...
invite everyOne to our special barndance!
colundi unconvention in north devon,
to welcome summer solstice
& celebrate launch of clone records 'volume 1'...
strictly 120 *advance tickets only* (& artefacts on the night) available.
if you know the score, want to reserve your space on the floor, or wish to perform some magic with us,
please mail email@example.com with the subject line 'solstice',
& the names of colleagues attending & ticket price you wish to offer please...
sunday june 19: 2pm till 2am... organic food, free camping, permaculture tours etc.
performances by Aleksi (listen free https://aleksiperala.bandcamp.com/) & several certified braindance officianados.
perhaps a good alternative to glastonbury 2016?
plus many colleagues can pass by Stonehenge on the way home?
more details tba here
PS info re: last event (warmest november day on record) =
End of Deer month
12:02 Full Moon (cp) <> Saturn <> crescent Moon
Venus + Jupiter
23:34 NH-Summer Solstice / Midsummer (Litha).
The light of the sun is at the height of its power.
23:35 Sun ge>cn
Asatru Alliance Founding Day
World Humanist Day (21 June)
Gervasius and Protasius
Sadhu Sundar Singh
Eastern Orthodox liturgics
Day of the Independent Hungary (Hungary)
Feast of Forest (Palawan)
Juneteenth (United States)
Labour Day (Trinidad and Tobago)
Laguna Day (Laguna)
Never Again Day (Uruguay)
Surigao del Norte Day
Surigao del Sur Day
World Sickle Cell Day (International)
World Sauntering Day
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