Join us for the Longest Night of the Year!
Sunday Dec. 23, 2018: Hares: Messiah & Professor Dude
It’s not hard to understand where the name of this moon comes from, as December is the month in which the winter cold fastens its grip on this part of the world. On occasion, this moon was also called the Moon Before Yule. Sometimes, this moon is referred to as the Full Long Nights Moon, which is appropriate because the winter solstice (the longest night of the year) occurs in December, and the moon is above the horizon for a long time. In December in the Northern Hemisphere, the full moon makes its highest arc across the sky because it’s diametrically opposite to the low sun. In fact, the moment of the winter solstice comes just over 19 hours before this full moon, at 5:23 p.m. EST on Dec. 21. Peak fullness occurs at12:49 p.m. EST (1749 GMT).
Suite 2- 866 Yonge St.
6pm. Pot Luck Dinner
7:30pm. Meet & Greet, Trail D’structions…
8pm. (sharp) Moon Walk begins
New Comers & Visitors Always Welcome!