Introduction
Samhain
Winter Solstice
Imbolc
Spring Equinox
Beltane
Summer Solstice
Lammas
Autumn Equinox

The DANCE Party Dates

There are 8 seasonal festivals, know as Sabbats, that we are going to DANCE with as we journey through the year together.

 

Samhain

October 31st

Marks the end of the harvest season. It’s a time of endings and beginnings.

A celebration of remembrance.

 

Winter Solstice – Yule

December 20th/21st

The longest night and the shortest day, It marks the returning of the sun.

A celebration of rebirth.

 

Imbolc

February 1st

Marks the passing of Winter and the beginning of Spring.

A celebration of awakening and inspiration.

 

Spring Equinox – Ostara

March 20th/21st

A day when day and night are of equal balance. The first day of Spring.

A celebration of new life.

 

Beltane

May 1st

Beltane is the season of maturing life and deep found love. It’s about fertility, creativity, and the power of life.

A celebration of love and life.

 

Summer Solstice – Litha

June 20th/21st

The longest day and the shortest night.

A celebration of the nurturing and receptive qualities of the coming darkness.

 

Lammas

August 1st

Transformation as Summer begins to turn to Autumn. A time to harvest the crops and lessons of the year.

A celebration of gratitude and blessings.

 

Autumn Equinox – Mabon

September 21st/22nd

Day and night are of equal length, bringing balance and harmony, and with it t he needed change and transformation.

A celebration of restored balance and integration.