Jan 05 2024 – Leap Years: The Calendar Keeping Time with the Cosmos

A Leap Year occurs every 4 years where an extra day is added to the end of February. This so-called intercalary day, February 29 is commonly referred to as leap day. There are many traditions, folklore and superstitions regarding this day ever since Leap Years were first introduced over 2000 years ago. 

People born on leap day can cerebrate their birthdays on either February 28 or March 01.


Inge Lohse has studied astrology since 1975, is a teacher and lecturer. Inge has an Aquarian Sun with an investigative Scorpio Ascendant. Mars and Mercury in Capricorn, she enjoys researching the practical applications of astrology.

Inge is a pilot, so, the need to find a reliable source of travel information and accurate weather forecasts became a necessity. Astrology was the perfect tool to use in her quest. This research developed into her book ‘Astrology for the Traveler – Trip Charts co-authored with Liz Swoboda.

Inge is a founding member of the EAS, (Edmonton Astrological Society) since its inception in 1977. She has served on its’ executive for more than 40 years.




Meeting Details

DATE: Friday Jan 05 2024

Venue: On-line via zoom

Link: Emailed to participants on Thursday Jan 04 2024

Time: 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm PST

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