* Winter Solstice celebration, 4-5:30 p.m., The Botanical Gardens, 151 W. T. Weaver Boulevard, Asheville. Song and dance, spoken word, a science lesson and shared silence. Rain or shine. Donations encouraged. Presented by Earth Celebrations, an unaffiliated group of artists, gardeners, and others who co-create public gatherings of participatory song and dance, spoken word, science lessons, and shared silence. We co-create in order to deepen our vision and remember our responsibility on Earth and our place in the cosmos. For more information, call 254-0943, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Cathy Holt, (828) 216-8708.
* Comes The Sun: The Midwinter Rite, 7 p.m. Mystic Journeys’ Sacred Space, 333 Merrimon Ave., Asheville. A love offering will be collected for the use of the space, and CERES is collecting canned foods for MANNA. For more information, call 230.5069.
* Winter Solstice celebration, 7 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Swannanoa Valley, Montreat Road, Black Mountain. “Roots Down Deep: Coping with the Long Nights and Longing for Light,” led by H. Byron Ballard. For more information, call 669-8050.
EAT OF THE WEEK: Congratulations! It’s a Bagel! - I like Bagels. This week, my Eat of the Week is… a bagel. Yep. Just a regular ol’ bagel with cream cheese, that I ordered and ate at PennyCup Coffee Co. ...
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