Summer Solstice Festival

. June 1, 2017.
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The annual celebration of the summer solstice marks the beginning of summer and the longest day of the year. To commemorate the 2017 event, Breathe Yoga and Robin Hills Farm are having a community celebration, the Summer Solstice Festival at Robin Hills Farm in Chelsea. Festivities start with an untimed 5k run or walk through a new trail, followed by a yoga class and a guided meditation. Join in the fun to get energized and ready to welcome summer!

Friday, June 23
$35. 6pm.
Robin Hills Farm, 20390 Michigan-52, Chelsea
734-834-8496 | robinhillsfarm.com

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