A Winter Solstice Tradition Returns to Loring-Greenough

Save the dates! Storytelling, Celtic harp and Song returns to the 18th century Loring-Greenough House in Jamaica Plain to welcome the Solstice again this year. Stop by Friday Dec 20 through Sunday Dec 22 to join in the festivities. Friday, Dec. 20 and Saturday, De. 21 will have performances from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.; two acts and an intermission with traditional refreshments.

Sunday, Dec. 22 will feature a special Matinee performance , from 2 – 3:30 p.m., with refreshments after in the elegant Loring-Greenough House dining room. Early bird pricing is available until December 10.

Celebrate the longest nights with Solstice stories and songs evoking the warmth of the season. Oracle award-winning storyteller Diane Edgecomb, accompanied by Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain and multi-instrumentalist Tom Megan, weaves together a tapestry of ancient tales and tunes revealing the deep meaning behind winter holiday traditions. This theatrical storytelling features the Scandinavian “Legend of the Mistletoe,” evergreen myths and legends of light all complemented by folkloric music and songs from many lands. Complimentary seasonal refreshments including a traditional Wassail bowle of mulled cider are included in the price of admission.

The Winter Solstice in Story and Song is soon to be a new double-CD!

Tickets available at  https://wintersolstice2019.eventbrite.com/.

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