Midsommar. Litha. Summer Solstice.

Litha, also known as Midsummer or Summer Solstice, is a joyous and vibrant celebration observed by various communities around the world. Falling on or around June 21st, Litha marks the peak of the summer season, when the sun reaches its highest point in the sky. It is a time of abundance, warmth, and the flourishing of nature. During Litha, people gather to honor the sun, fire, and the bountiful energy of the earth. Festivities often include bonfires, music, dancing, and feasting. The vibrant colors of flowers and fresh fruits serve as symbols of life, growth, and fertility. It is a time of reflection, gratitude, and embracing the light within and around us, as the days begin to gradually shorten after the solstice. Litha represents a celebration of the interconnectedness of humans and nature, as well as a reminder to cherish and respect the natural rhythms of the Earth.