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January 2018 Newsletter Greetings! Auld Lang Syne is a song which thrilled the soul of Robert Burns in the 1780s, and today has become an anthem sung the world over on New Year's Eve. It is sung all over the world, evoking a sense of belon...

December 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Yule is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. Bonfires were lit in the fields, and crops and trees were "wassailed" with toasts of spiced cider. Holly, mistletoe, and ivy were pl...

November 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Samhain, midpoint between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, marks the end of the harvest season. The Irish word, "Samhain," means the month of November, and October 31 to November 1 was traditi...

October 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Alban Elued, "The Light of the Water," the first day of Autumn, was also called Harvesthome. Observed on September 21, the Autumnal Equinox was the day when the sun again began to wane, as the dark half o...

August 2017 Newsletter Greetings! The Hazel Moon was known to the Celts as Coll, which translates to "the life force inside you." This is the time of year when Hazelnuts are appearing on the trees, and are an early part of the harvest. Haz...

June 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Since ancient times, the month of June has always been surrounded by myths. This is the month which the Romans believed was sacred to the Goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter. Juno was the Roman Mother Goddess, kno...

May 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Mayday corresponds with the Irish festival of La Bealtaine, which officially heralded the beginning of the summer. Its name appears to derive from the Old Irish words Bel taine meaning bright fire and it was ...

April Newsletter Greetings! Now that spring is here, trees are budding into life all over the Green World. Take a walk in your local park or woods and learn how to tune into these wonderful beings and listen to the wisdom they may have to ...

Taelen Thomas with Pamela Scholz and Anne Downs TURLOUGH O CAROLAN An Irish Hero Saturday March 4th, 2017 7:00pm Pacific Grove Art Center 568 Lighthouse Avenue (2nd Floor) Tickets and Reservations TONIGHT in Pacific Grove, don't miss th...

March Newsletter Greetings! The month of March reaps the benefit of winter rains with lush green grasses and delicate buds testing their moorings upon bare branches. The spring equinox on March 21st or 22nd marked the New Year in earlier t...



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January 2018 Newsletter Greetings! Auld Lang Syne is a song which thrilled the soul of Robert Burns in the 1780s, and today has become an anthem sung the world over on New Year's Eve. It is sung all over the world, evoking a sense of belon...

December 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Yule is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. Bonfires were lit in the fields, and crops and trees were "wassailed" with toasts of spiced cider. Holly, mistletoe, and ivy were pl...

November 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Samhain, midpoint between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, marks the end of the harvest season. The Irish word, "Samhain," means the month of November, and October 31 to November 1 was traditi...

October 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Alban Elued, "The Light of the Water," the first day of Autumn, was also called Harvesthome. Observed on September 21, the Autumnal Equinox was the day when the sun again began to wane, as the dark half o...

August 2017 Newsletter Greetings! The Hazel Moon was known to the Celts as Coll, which translates to "the life force inside you." This is the time of year when Hazelnuts are appearing on the trees, and are an early part of the harvest. Haz...

June 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Since ancient times, the month of June has always been surrounded by myths. This is the month which the Romans believed was sacred to the Goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter. Juno was the Roman Mother Goddess, kno...

May 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Mayday corresponds with the Irish festival of La Bealtaine, which officially heralded the beginning of the summer. Its name appears to derive from the Old Irish words Bel taine meaning bright fire and it was ...

April Newsletter Greetings! Now that spring is here, trees are budding into life all over the Green World. Take a walk in your local park or woods and learn how to tune into these wonderful beings and listen to the wisdom they may have to ...

Taelen Thomas with Pamela Scholz and Anne Downs TURLOUGH O CAROLAN An Irish Hero Saturday March 4th, 2017 7:00pm Pacific Grove Art Center 568 Lighthouse Avenue (2nd Floor) Tickets and Reservations TONIGHT in Pacific Grove, don't miss th...

March Newsletter Greetings! The month of March reaps the benefit of winter rains with lush green grasses and delicate buds testing their moorings upon bare branches. The spring equinox on March 21st or 22nd marked the New Year in earlier t...



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January 2018 Newsletter Greetings! Auld Lang Syne is a song which thrilled the soul of Robert Burns in the 1780s, and today has become an anthem sung the world over on New Year's Eve. It is sung all over the world, evoking a sense of belon...

December 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Yule is when the dark half of the year relinquishes to the light half. Bonfires were lit in the fields, and crops and trees were "wassailed" with toasts of spiced cider. Holly, mistletoe, and ivy were pl...

November 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Samhain, midpoint between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, marks the end of the harvest season. The Irish word, "Samhain," means the month of November, and October 31 to November 1 was traditi...

October 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Alban Elued, "The Light of the Water," the first day of Autumn, was also called Harvesthome. Observed on September 21, the Autumnal Equinox was the day when the sun again began to wane, as the dark half o...

August 2017 Newsletter Greetings! The Hazel Moon was known to the Celts as Coll, which translates to "the life force inside you." This is the time of year when Hazelnuts are appearing on the trees, and are an early part of the harvest. Haz...

June 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Since ancient times, the month of June has always been surrounded by myths. This is the month which the Romans believed was sacred to the Goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter. Juno was the Roman Mother Goddess, kno...

May 2017 Newsletter Greetings! Mayday corresponds with the Irish festival of La Bealtaine, which officially heralded the beginning of the summer. Its name appears to derive from the Old Irish words Bel taine meaning bright fire and it was ...

April Newsletter Greetings! Now that spring is here, trees are budding into life all over the Green World. Take a walk in your local park or woods and learn how to tune into these wonderful beings and listen to the wisdom they may have to ...

Taelen Thomas with Pamela Scholz and Anne Downs TURLOUGH O CAROLAN An Irish Hero Saturday March 4th, 2017 7:00pm Pacific Grove Art Center 568 Lighthouse Avenue (2nd Floor) Tickets and Reservations TONIGHT in Pacific Grove, don't miss th...

March Newsletter Greetings! The month of March reaps the benefit of winter rains with lush green grasses and delicate buds testing their moorings upon bare branches. The spring equinox on March 21st or 22nd marked the New Year in earlier t...



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Celtic Society Of The Monterey Bay
Name:Celtic Society Of The Monterey Bay
Web:celticsociety.org
Address:152 Lupin Drive, Soquel, CALIFORNIA (CA) 95073 United States
Phone:831-464-9778
Member since:Aug 16, 2015
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