Our much loved full moon celebrations are back! Come help us honor the land and celebrate the local community. All profits go towards to our nonprofit partner, Unique Places To Save. Learn more about their work at https://www.uniqueplacestosave.org/.
*Southern Harvest Food Truck*
*Live acoustic music from Bev and Dave www.BevAndDaveGude.com*
*Mead tastings and tours*
*Red Oak's Tap Takeover satellite bar*
*Tarot Card Reading by Tadpole Magic*
*Art work from Foster Art*
*Swamp Dream Journals*
*More local beers on draft at the Tea House*
Mead tasting and tour
Souvenir Honeysuckle Meadery Glass
Entry to Honeysuckle Farm
*Tickets will be mandatory for entry and must be shown upon arrival
12 & under allowed in free
We're adding a satellite bar downstairs to minimize lines and will be increasing security for entry based on feedback from the last event. Thank you to our community for your wonderful feedback! We hear y'all and want to honor you.
September’s full moon is known as the Full Harvest Moon, as it is the full moon that is closest to the fall equinox. In the northern hemisphere, the Full Harvest Moon rises very soon after sunset, providing plenty of bright light for farmers harvesting their summer crops. September’s full moon is so well-known for its luminosity and brilliance that certain Native American tribes even named it the Big Moon. The Full Harvest Moon holds major cultural significance in many different communities, who spend this full moon not just celebrating the fall harvest, but also the moon itself.