>Winter Solstice Stuff in Indy

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Two events worth sharing…

Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA at www.ima-art.org)
Winter Solstice Celebration
Thursday, December 21, 2006
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Greenhouse Parking Lot
FREE

Details:
Attendees will gather around blazing bonfires and toss in small branches that symbolize wishes for the coming year.  Visitors can learn about the various interpretations of the symbols of the solstice celebration andcan bring their own drums and take part in an informal drumming circle.  Wintry film shorts will be projected on a screen under the stars.  Hot drinks will be available for purchase in the Lilly House lobby.  The IMA Greenhouse and the IMA Shop will be open for holiday shopping.  

 
Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis (UUI at www.uui.org)
Winter Solstice Celebration
Friday, December 22, 2006
FREE (Donations Accepted)
Everyone is invited to attend the Winter Solstice Celebration on Friday, December 22, at 7 P.M. in the Sanctuary. (Note from MJ: Get there early. This was packed last year!)

Solstice is a planetary-wide celebration of the longest night and the returning of the Light. Many religions have a Sun Child born at this time of year. This non-denominational ritual will feature readings, moments of silence, and songs that take us on a journey from the quiet of darkness to a joyous celebration of returning Light. The participatory nature of this event is perfect for families with children of all ages (activities will be available for toddlers). When the Celebration concludes, you can enjoy an indoor feast (please bring a dish to share), an outdoor ceremonial bonfire, or a candlelit walk on UUI’s permanent outdoor labyrinth.

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