To celebrate and remember the lives of Siberian Huskies who have gone North of the Rainbow Bridge you can join others and light a candle.
As Siberian Huskies are Northern Breed dogs, the Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony takes place on the Solstices and Equinoxes. The next Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony will take place on the Winter Solstice - December 21, 2019 at 8PM your time (8pm in your timezone so there will be a continuous lighting of candles around the globe).
To join the Siberian Husky Memorial Candle Ceremony, you do not need go to a public place and join others (though if you know folks in your area that would like to do this, by all means, do so), all you need is to find a place where you can light a candle in rememberance. This will join others who are lighting their candles in the window sill, the backyard with all their dogs in attendance, or just quietly in the solice of their own home.
The Current Candle Ceremony includes dogs from throughout the United States, Canada, Sweden, Italy, Australia, and even South Africa. More countries could well be added before we post. If you are reading this message in response to a Candle Ceremony listing, at the time stated in the message, light a candle, face to the north, and wish your Siberian Husky, or the Siberian Huskies in your list Godspeed, and a Swift Trail.
You may also single out any Siberian Husky(s) for any special blessing or eulogy. The details of the life of the Husky has been included in the message, and it is at your discression on how to include it's life or that of those that were owned by this Siberian.
The list of dogs that are being recognized at the Winter Solstice - December 21, 2019 Ceremony can be found at: http://www.sibernet.com/memorial/listall.php
If you have any suggestions how to make the next Candle Ceremony more special, feel free to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. All comments are welcome.