Summer Solstice

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Summer Solstice StonehengePhil Anderson: Summer solstice to be observed
By cjonline.com, 2013

Summer solstice is more than just the longest day and shortest night of the year for Topeka-area residents who adhere to Pagan and Earth-based religions. For them, it is a sacred moment in time when the sun is at its nearest point to the Earth and all the bounty of the land is celebrated.

To observe summer solstice, which occurs Friday, June 21, groups and individuals of Pagan, Wiccan and other Earth-based religions will gather for special

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