Planet Earth is tilting and winter solstice is here!
Bid farewell to the longest night of the year and welcome back the sun at an enchanting solstice celebration in Silicon Valley. As candles are lit and extinguished, the revels will follow the rhythm of moving from darkness to light.
The evening Includes a no-host bar and reception, buffet dinner, secular ceremony filled with plenty of storytelling, singing, and a raffle and dancing to close out the evening. The band, Robonzo's Bolero, will perform.
From days of yore, people have celebrated the winter solstice, the longest night of the year and the lengthening days that open a time of rejuvenation, warmth and light. Breaking bread together, singing songs, sharing stor
ies of the dying year and hopes for the future are age-old traditions. Mark your calendar and bring your family and friends for an evening around the allegorical campfire and welcome a tomorrow that is brighter than today.
Children will have a separate space with fun activities. Free childcare is provided for children out of diapers. Add the winter solstice celebration to your holiday traditions!
Parking is free on most streets surrounding the clubhouse, except on the 00 block of 12th St. Off-street parking is available at the San Jose State University 10th St. garage (entrance on E. San Fernando St. between S. 10th and S. 9th Sts.).
The winter solstice celebration is co-hosted by Sunday Asssembly Silicon Valley and the San Jose Woman's Club.
For tickets visit: sasv.nationbuilder.com/solstice
Maher Gabra, Director of the Arab Liberal Institute, will be joining us at our Networking Night. We hope you can join us for a fun filled evening with good conversation.
Click here for a recent Huffington Post article.
When: Tuesday, December 15th
Where: City Pub, 2620 Broadway, Redwood City
Time: 6:30PM - 8:30PM