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Winter Solarbration - December 22nd 
27th-Nov-2007 12:11 am
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The 22nd Annual Winter Solabration.

You can now order tickets on-line at the Swallow Hill Music Asssociation -- our co-sponser for this year's event.

Please join us on December 22nd from 6:00 p.m. to midnight at the Highlands Masonic Center, 3550 N. Federal Blvd. in Denver. This Yuletime celebration features a mummer's play, and sword and Morris dance performances, along with community singing, wassail, and traditional American contra dances for all.

We'll also have  juggling by Cirque du Awesome -- our awesome jugglers -- and storytelling by Susan Marie Frontczak.

Advance tickets are $24 through December 16th, and $32 thereafter. Teens are $18. Children 6 to 12 are welcome and the cost is $8. Tickets may be purchased in Boulder from H.B. Woodsongs, 2920 Pearl St., and in Denver from the Denver Folklore Center, at 1893 S. Pearl, and the Swallow Hill Music Association, 71 E. Yale Ave. in Denver. Tickets are available on-line or at various local dance events. For advance tickets by mail, call 303 777-1003 (MC/Visa). For more information, visit our web site at www.wsolstice.org, or call 303 571-9112.

Hope to see you there. Please pass this on to anyone who may be interested in a great holiday dance/party/event.

A Short History of the Winter Solabration
More Info about Rapper Sword Dancing
More Info about Mummer's Plays
Abbot's Bromley Horn Dance
Traditional American Community Dance

27th-Nov-2007 06:01 pm (UTC)
29th-Nov-2007 02:03 am (UTC) - Woo!
Wonderful! Thanks for posting this. I know it's already getting around via email, as I got one about it today. Well, we shall be there after our post-vigil and Drummming Up the Sun nap! -- BB, alison
5th-Dec-2007 01:09 am (UTC) - Friday night, prior
We (me, Sage, her hubby, some other folks) are having a small all-night vigil in Lakewood on Friday night before Drumming Up the Sun. You are MOST welcome to join us even for a little while should you feel so moved. Maybe six folks all told? Gracious hosts. Sharpies at hand (ask and we'll tell you). Yule logs at the ready (I hope we can burn outdoors that night). Stories and drumming. Foot massage. I will dig up your email and send you the info there as well. BB -- alison
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