The Full Moon Gathering will be held on the shores of Lake Brown at Cypress Cove on February 5 at the campfire circle next to Lake Brown. The gathering begins at 6 pm. Join us to celebrate the once-a-month celestial event. If you have a musical instrument, please bring it. We welcome all newcomers to our event and encourage participation. The goal is to expand their circle for all those who love nature and yearn to listen to the native rhythms that fill our souls with happiness and joy. We can always use help getting our fire started before the event depending on the weather conditions.
According to Farmer's Almanac, this month's moon is described as the Full Snow Moon. In the 1760s, Captain Jonathan Carver, who had visited the Naudowessie (Dakota) and others, wrote that the name used for this period was the Snow Moon, “because more snow commonly falls during this month than any other in the winter.”