Happy to learn a new word, but not sure how it relates to the whole concept of time/ seasons, etc?
Good question. I guess the original author had some plan but now it's just a sentence without a home.
In English "scene" can also mean a way of life, or a way of living or acting. As in, "hey man, that's not my scene," to say you wouldn't do a certain thing or hang out with a certain group of people. I guess it is slang, and probably originated in the 1960's with the hippie culture. I am wondering if σκηνή is used the same way in Greek?
While Greek often picks up foreign slang expressions "σκηνή" used in that way is not one of them. But I think you answered your own question. "Scene" was used by the hippies of the 60s. I haven't heard it for ages.