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We do not seek to do what they did, we seek what they sought.

(insight gained at Fourknocks Neolithic mound)


Next get together -  Autumn Equinox 2015

'Sun, Moon and Me'
Saturday 19 September 7.30pm at Seomra Tara, nr. Dunshaughlin

further information will be posted in early September

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Click here for photos and stories of Lughnasadh

All were welcome at the Teltown gathering including the local residents....

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Samhainred berry web

Winter SolsticeThe Christmas Angel at the Well 2010

Imbolcsnowdrops 2012

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Bealtaineapple blossom

Summer Solsticetara flowers well

Lughnassadhbarley roberts cove

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Click here to see the Autumn Equinox 2015 periodical on Issuu

autumn equinox 2015aThe information is drawn from years of Tara Celebrations reports and information. Each TC ceremony is run in awareness of the dominating energies of the current cycle, leading to an accumulated wealth of experience. We observe the festivals and attune our lives to seasonal changes. We cannot avoid the fundamental reality that we are effected by the place at which we live on earth.


 

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Tara Celebration's venues

Over the years we have held get togethers on the Hill of Tara and many other places in the Meath area of Ireland.  Dates, themes and places are listed on the Who We Are Section - click here.  For a general idea of the localities we have created this map:


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