This Sunday (3/21): Spring Equinox!

Calling back the birds so they can bring the spring is an old Russian tradition, celebrated with special yeast buns called “larks” and shouting from high places. For our Spring Equinox ritual, we’ll use song, story, and poetry to call back our birds that have migrated south, thank those that stayed through this challenging winter, and simply celebrate our beautiful, inspiring birds. You’ll have the opportunity to create your own tribute to our feathered friends. You may want an offering bowl and an appropriate offering for birds during today’s ritual. You will also find it helpful to have writing supplies at hand.
The ritual begins at 4p Central, with social time starting an hour before.

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