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September’s Full Harvest Moon

Learn about the meaning behind the name of one of the year’s most popular full moons and how it related to the annual gathering of crops, the autumn equinox and more.


1 JES { 09.25.15 at 8:06 am }

I agree with cleatus snow,
“Love the video, turn the back ground music down so the dialogue can be heard easily”

2 Ann { 09.23.15 at 6:30 pm }

I am looking forward to the harvest moon hoping to look at it with my precious 6yr old granddaughter

3 Theresa Connors Elliot { 09.23.15 at 9:49 am }

I am looking forward to the Full Harvest Moon. I also look forward to your next videos on the upcoming Full Moons. Great information.

4 Billie Sue Pearch { 09.23.15 at 9:06 am }

Enjoyed the video! Thanks

5 judy g { 09.23.15 at 8:44 am }

This is really interesting information. Thinking back many years ago, the full moon, harvest moon was amazing. It was right out of a picture book ,full bright orange and black sky as it’s back drop, have remembered it to this day. Mother nature is wondrous.

6 cleatus snow { 09.16.15 at 10:30 am }

Love the video, turn the back ground music down so the dialogue can be heard easily

7 Rachon { 09.08.14 at 5:42 pm }

Thank you for a great home school lesson! We are hoping we can put it into practice tonight, weather permitting.

8 Christine DeWITT { 09.05.14 at 8:28 am }

Enjoyed riding the Megabus. Wish they could find a better location in Little Rock, AR. The price wasn’t that great for my trip to Grand Prairie.

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