Chinese Moon Festival:
The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month of the Chinese calendar (usually around mid- or late-September in the Gregorian calendar), a date that parallels the Autumn Equinox of the solar calendar. This is the ideal time, when the moon is at its fullest and brightest, to celebrate the abundance of the summer's harvest. The traditional food of this festival is the mooncake, of which there are many different varieties.
Samhain - October 31. Samhain (pronounced sow - en) is considered the beginning of the Pagan Year. It is thought that the veil between the living and the dead is weakest on this night. It has been known as Ancestors Night or The Feast of The Dead. It is the most publicized of the Witches Holidays. Most reports from Christians claim it is a celebration for the "demon" Sam Hain (?), it is not. It is a time of reflection on the past year and coming to terms with death. Some Wiccans set a place at their dinner table this night for departed ancestors.
- Yule - This is a movable Holiday - Around December 22.
- Ostara - This is a movable Holiday - Around March 20.
- Beltane / May Day - May 1.
- Litha - This is a movable Holiday - Around June 21.
- Mabon - This is a movable Holiday - Around September 23.
Psychic Week /August 1-7
National Mind Mapping Month /September 1-31
National Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Week-Last week of September
Magic Circles Day--October 1
National Magic Day--October 31
Increase Your Psychic Powers Day--October 31
Halloween / October 31
Look Up at the Sky Day /April 12
Festival of Extraterrestrial Abductions / March 20
Leprechaun Day / May 13