Celebrate the dark and the return of the sun.
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Chuckanut Transition, building resilient community within the Samish Watershed, believes all hope lies in our ability to connect with place and with one another.  Essentially, by becoming indigenous to our watershed, we are creating lives that are more meaningful, healthy and joyful. 
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Winter Solstice has been celebrated in cultures the world over for thousands of years. The Winter Solstice marks the shortest, darkest day of the year.  This start of the solar year is a celebration of Light and the rebirth of the Sun. In old Europe, it was known as Yule, from the Norse, Jul, meaning wheel.
Winter Solstice Potluck
Saturday, December 21st
5 pm start
At the Alger Community Hall
18735 Parkview Lane

Bring a candle, potluck dish, and a donation for the Alger Food Bank and/or the Alger Hall Sundial Project.  Chuck Nafziger will be sharing information on the sundial project and how you can get involved. We are looking for a sundial motto to have engraved onto the sundial itself. Please come with creative suggestions to share!

If weather is good we will head out to labyrinth for a little Christmas caroling after. 

Want to help set up?  Saturday, Dec. 21st at 1 pm people will be decorating the tables at the Hall, and after there is always clean-up. 

Happy Holidays!
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