Walk The Wheel will be making an appearance in the ‘real world’ on SATURDAY 14th DECEMBER to celebrate the turn of the season into Midwinter and the Winter Solstice. If you are local to the Glossop, Hadfield or the High Peak area it would be lovely to see you.
Walk The Wheel presents…
A MIDWINTER MOMENT
At MIDWINTER we will embrace the darkness of these longest nights in preparation for the returning light.
As the SOLSTICE marks a moment of stillness in the Sun’s path so we will take a moment on our own path to truly see ourselves and our needs, before celebrating the turn of the Wheel with those around us.
The venue is Hadfield Community Room (SK13 2AA), which can be found below Hadfield Library and is entered through the door by the War Memorial. The evening starts at 7pm and will aim to be finished around 9:30pm.
** We will be starting no later than 7:05pm so please try to arrive on or just before 7pm. If you do arrive late and we have started, feel free to slip in quietly, grab yourself a chair and find a space in the circle - you will be welcome! **
Everyone is encouraged to bring along their own seasonal something to share with the group; this could be a story, poem, picture, song, recipe, anecdote… anything at all! The only requirements are that it suits the seasonal theme and is suitable for all ages.
I would love it if everyone could think of treasured tradition/event/image that makes up a part of their winter celebrations – something that really gets you in the spirit! – that you would be willing to share with the group. Also, if anyone has a pair of small scissors (craft scissors are perfect) then bring them along and prepare for a little crafty-ness.
The cost is £2.50 per person to help cover hire costs and refreshments will be provided.
Looking forward to seeing everyone! And don’t forget to check out the Facebook page for a Picture Countdown over the next week.
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