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Dear Friends, Fans, Solabrators —

Last year we held a Winter Solabration via Zoom.  We got lots of positive feedback from that, and I think most of you enjoyed it!  Thanks for attending.

I really don’t want to do another Zoom though.  I would love to have an in-person Solabration this year — with real wassail, singing, dancing, greeting, eating, and celebrating the holidays together.  I reserved a hall and a date.

But now that Delta darkness is descending on the land, I’m not sure if it will be possible.  Will the darkness start to lift before the solstice?  Possibly.  Here’s a link, and another, claiming the Delta variant might be peaking, and will soon start receding (mid-October?).

If another variant doesn’t come slithering along, there may be a possibility of a Solabration in December.  But we won’t really know until November, which doesn’t leave much time to get the word out.  So I’m asking you to

Save the Date
Sunday, December 19th,

at the Avalon Ballroom in Boulder, CO.
Please check back by November 1st.  Mark your calendar with an asterisk.  Here’s a Google calendar link, and an Apple link.

Last year we ZOOMed!

In case you missed it, here’s the replay! of the 2020 Solabration!

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2021 – Coming Up!

The 36th Annual

Winter Sola­bra­tion


Watch this space for more details!

So far:

Maroon Bells Morris Dancers

Storyteller Susan Marie Frontczak

Juggler Bryan Connolly

a Mummer’s Play

Some special music & dance presentations

  and we'll conclude with the

Abbot’s Bromley Horn Dance

& more to come as we work this out!


The Winter Solabration is a community celebration of Christmas and Solstice customs.  Dancers, singers, musicians, actors, and other performers participate in bringing in the new year at the time of the Winter Solstice — the year’s longest night.  Other participants, besides buying a ticket to help cover the cost of the event, bring a snack or dessert potluck to share.  We encourage everyone to participate in community singing and dancing.  The dancing consists primarily of traditional American community dances, all of which are taught and walked through so that all who wish to may join in. 

Lots more on our YouTube playlist — including many past Solabrations!

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