Friday, October 27th, 7–9pm in the Chapel
An Earth-Centered celebration of our Beloved Dead. Before Hallowe’en, All Saints, and All Souls, there was the Celtic feast of Samhain (“Summer’s End”). When the Harvest season was over, and the Earth seemed to fall dormant, it was believed that communication between the Living and the Dead was open. Today, we still use this time of year to remember and honor those who have gone before and what they have given us. All (age 13+) are welcome!