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SF Celebrates the Summer Solstice

Celebrate the longest day of the year with a bonfires and ocean plunges
By - posted 6/18/2017
Photo | Bay Area Reclaiming

Celebrate the longest day of the year with a traditional Solstice ritual led by Reclaiming Bay Area on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.

Last year, they planned a simple, participatory ritual involving singing. They brought food to share, as well as traditional Solstice supplies and trash bags. We expect it to be the same this year. Dress warm. Bring a towel if you want to plunge in the ocean. A flashlight and dry socks can be handy for afterwards.

San Francisco Solstice
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 | 7:30pm
Ocean Beach, San Francisco
FREE – RSVP on Facebook

Where exactly does this take place at Ocean Beach? Typically it’s been at Quintara but the exact location can change. Visit Facebook for updates.

Things to bring
— firewood (clean and untreated)
— layers
— towel
–light food to share
— flashlight to get back to your car or bus
— dry socks

Join us for Summer Solstice at Ocean Beach as we gather to enter the shortest night of the year. We honor the turning of the Wheel of the Year to waning brightness. Arrive by 7:30 so ritual can run safely by nightfall.

RPC folk have outlined a simple, participatory ritual involving much singing. If you are interested in anchoring a role or gracing, be in touch, and do arrive by 7 for the pre-ritual circle.

Saturday, June 16

2018 Summer Solstice Celebration | Berkeley
Saturday, June 16 – 4:00 pm | Cost: FREE | Live Oak Park
2018 Summer Solstice Celebration | Berkeley

Join  the weekend prior to Summer Solstice for a community ritual, picnic, and BBQ. The ritual will be at Live Oak Park in North Berkeley, where they have reserved a BBQ area.
2018 Summer Solstice Celebration
Saturday, June 16, 2016 | 4 pm to 7 pm
Live Oak Berkeley, …


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