Midwinter Children's Day

December 8th

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    Room: Lakewood Center
    One of our traditional Shambhala holidays is the Midwinter Children's Day.  Generally held near the winter solstice when the days are shortest, this day celebrates the turning of the season back to lengthening days, and the return of light.   At midwinter, Shambhala tradition celebrates the beauty of our children and the child in all of us and basks in the warmth of family, including our sangha family.
     
    We invite you to join us for this year's [early] celebration on December 8 at 11 a.m. during the usual family meditation time.  (You are always welcome to join family meditation every month.) A chile and salad luncheon follows at noon (as close to vegan/GF as we can make it!)
     
    If you can, please bring a personal care item/s that we will give to Lakewood Community Services Center to share with neighbors in need.  Soap, shampoo, deodorant, dental care items, diapers, etc. are always needed. 
     
    Please bring your warm heart and join our Cleveland Shambhala family for this holiday.