After the spectacular flowers of May have passed and the bees have gathered their pollen and nectar, the hives are filled with honey that is waiting to be gathered. In ancient times much of this honey was made into a drink called mead by a fermentation process similar to that of making wine. The "Moon in June" is the Mead Moon. Mead has been considered to have magical and even life-restoring properties in many of the countries of ancient Europe, and it was the drink of many of the great heroes of legend. There will be a Full Moon Ceremony held in the Blessing Circle at the SAGE Guildhouse & Library on Tuesday, June 9th at 6:30 pm PT. Gating will begin just prior to 6:30 pm from Britain Moongate. So come out and celebrate with us and join in the festivities of the night!