Beginning on Earth day and ending on May Day, this festival is a raucous celebration to herald the beginning of summer and new life.
Coinciding with Memorial Day, this is a holiday to remember the honorable dead.
The longest day of the year. Balder’s sacrifice is honored with the shortening of days.
The first harvest is celebrated. The deities Kvasir and Sif are honored on this day.
The Autumn Equinox is celebrated September 22nd.
Hel's Feast is celebrated October 31 as a night of remembrance for the dead and of fraternization with spirits.
Yule Feast is celebrated December 21, a festival of light celebrating Baldur's return.