Northern Lights 2008: A Solstice Celebration

Every year around this time in the Northern Hemisphere, when the days are at their shortest, and the nights, at their darkest and coldest, people come together, with traditions that include friends, singing, and ceremonies of light. Northern Lights was a solstice celebration to get through the dark days and ring in the New Year.

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