Yuletide is here once again.
The greater CoG community has already begun planning, decorating, crafting and celebrating. Come celebrate with us. Over the coming 20 days, we will be sharing the recipes, songs, crafts and other Yule treats from the festive halls and homes of CoG members.
To begin, let’s see what’s going on around the country:
This past weekend, Everglades Moon Local Council, hosted its sixth annual Turning of the Tide Yuletide festival.
On December 22nd, the newest local council, Hills and Rivers, will be hosting an open Yule Ritual at the Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church in Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Further to the south, Texas Local Council will also be hosting a Mayan Solstice/New Year ritual on Sunday December 23 at the The Center for Change, Discovery, and Support in Fort Worth.
As a fundraiser, Dogwood Local Council has opened a Yuletide shop through Café Press that features a photograph of Dogwood’s own Holly King.