Remember Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Eve” and all the crazy hijinks the sprites and fairies and humans got in to on that one crazy night? That’s the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. It’s a day to celebrate the rebirth of the sun and the end of our winter hibernation. So, on June 20th, the day before summer officially begins, get outside, loosen the reigns on bedtime, eat every meal al fresco, and embrace this whimsy of the day. Click the picture for all the activities, music, videos and jokes you sun-loving heart can handle on Parent.co.
How do you celebrate the beginning of summer?