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Winter Solstice Weekend @ Jagera EcoCommunity
June 24, 2023 @ 3:00 pm - June 25, 2023 @ 3:00 pm AEST
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Join us for a community celebration of winter solstice on Yaegl Country, gathering in the warmth of the afternoon to practise Wayapa (a First Nations based embodied relaxation practise connecting with earth, sky and all the elements). Guided by Alana Marsh (Regenerative System Resetter) and Aunty Glenda MacPhail (emerging Yaegl elder).
Bring along some food for share a Local Food Feast at sunset around the campfire, and we’ll continue to celebrate under the stars.
We’ll have our usual sharing circles and winter solstice ritual around finding solace and light through the dark times, and releasing that which no longer serves us (guided by Eshana Bragg and Peter Cuming).
Our first solstice celebration on the beautiful hillside of Jagera EcoCommunity, from where we can view the sunset over Biirrinba, our beautiful river, and the sacred mountain valley of Maclean Hill. We look forward to welcoming you here to celebrate.
Coming together in community, reconciliation and regeneration.
Saturday, 24th June
3pm Welcome to Country – Yaegl elders
3.30pm Wayapa earth connection
4.30pm Solstice sharing circle & ritual
5pm Local Food Feast (please bring plate of local food to share (plus all you need for a picnic – plates, cups, cutlery, drinks)
and into the night … please bring your musical instruments, drums and songs
Sunday, 25th June
9am – 12pm Bush regeneration at the “Top Spot” on Jagera
By donation: All funds raised go towards regeneration of rainforest and white cypress ecological communities and wildlife on the Jagera EcoCommunity land. Please click the donation button below, or bring some cash along.
Venue: The entrance to Jagera EcoCommunity is on Hoschkes Lane (look for the funky blue container building on the right hand side). Parking on Hoschkes Lane or Roderick St.
We’ll be gathering in the centre of Jagera EcoCommunity land, so walk up the red gravel road (it’s fairly steep, but only 100metres ish so please let us know ahead of time if you’ll need to be driven up).
Any questions, call Pete on 0418 587773 or Eshana on 0437 445820
Family friendly, but sorry no dogs as Jagera is a wildlife refuge.