The full moon represents the end of a cycle, rebirth, manifestation, and release. The desire we feel to gather with women around the moon cycle is embedded in our code. This time we will celebrate the Full Snow Moon , also known to many Northern American Tribes as the Hunger Moon due to its historical harsh season of scarcity and hard winter condition. This will be a beautiful opportunity to focus on abundance and how to remain in a world where warmth and tenderness are the foundations of our collective fire
Hosted by Gladys Nyoth and Facilitated by Elise Gardo
What to bring:
-an item for the altar (this time we will create an altar right by fire)
-blankets and snacks
Parking Info: street parking is best. recreation parking lot close at 10:30pm or sometimes earlier, so please dont take the risk .