Southern Ill. Pagan Alliance celebrates Summer Solstice – KFVS

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. (KFVS) – Across the Heartland religious groups have suspending in-person gatherings due to the pandemic. After 18 months, the Southern Illinois Pagan Alliance will come together to celebrate the Summer Solstice.
The Solstice, which is the longest day of the year, is celebrated by many religions and cultures around the world.
This year the Summer Solstice is on June 20. The Alliance will be hosting a Litha ritual at Shelter 4 in Giant City State Park at 2 p.m.
The gathering starts at 2 p.m.
Southern Illinois Pagan Alliance’s ritual will be following state and CDC guidelines.
The Alliance encourages carpooling and well behaved pets are welcome.
There will be a raffle, but there won’t be a potluck this celebration.
The event is free.
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