Blue Moon Observance
When: Mar 31, 2018, 8pm
Where: Please contact for location information.
Come celebrate the second blue moon of 2018! The next year with two blue moons in one calendar year won't be until 2037, which will also see another total eclipse of the Blue Moon on January 31, 2037. Weather permitting, we will hold ritual outside where we can observe the moon, Venus, and Jupiter. The March full moon goes by many names, but most notably the Full Worm Moon, the Sap Moon, or the Crow Moon. The arrival of spring brings the caws of crows, reemergence of earthworms, and the tapping of maple trees.