2016 summer solstice + Strawberry moon

June 20, 2016 (The Summer Solstice) is the longest day of the year for those in the northern hemisphere. Afterwards; the days become shorter. 

"Solstice” means “sun still” which futhermore means that depending on the direction the earth is tilted, it will receive more of either daylight or darkness. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year because the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the direction of the sun and those living there can see up to 15-hours of daylight during this time!

What is a 

Strawberry Moon?

A Strawberry Moon is simply a full moon that occurs in June. It was named by Native American tribes to represent the beginning of strawberry season. 

But this year is VERY special and EXTREMELY RARE!

Summer Solstice 2016 will coincide with the Strawberry Moon! This is a once in a lifetime event. The last time this has happened was 70 years ago! Monday’s full moon is the only night in the month when the moon is in the sky all evening long. Don't miss your one and only chance to experience this rare time!