This is a quick and extensive listing of pagan, wiccan, roman, magical, and other holidays for January 2019 through December 2019. The dates of the new and full moons are also listed. As you can see there is a reason to celebrate just about any day of the year. Some of the holidays have short explanations. See the A to Z listing if you are looking for something specific. For Almanac Events, such as: full moon, new moon, super moon, eclipse, meteor shower and other related dates, see the Almanac 2019 page.

Note: Some of the holidays are different depending on which side of the equator you are on. The dates of some festivals and feast days vary from year to year. Many of the holidays begin on the eve of the night before and end on the eve of the day of. The dates of archaic festivals and feast days may vary widely depending on the source.

January:

February:

  • 1: Vasant Panchami
  • 1: Là Fhèill Brìghde
  • 1: Imbolc Eve
  • 1: Powamu Festival (Hopi) – dates vary
  • 1 thru 14: Old Greek Festival of Dionysus.
  • 2: Groundhog Day
  • 2: Saint Brighid’s Day
  • 2: Disting – The Charming of the Plow – dates vary
  • 2: Candlemas
  • 2: Imbolc – the Celtic festival marking the period of lactation of the ewes
  • 2: Lammas or Lughnasadh (Southern Hemisphere)
  • 2: Yoruba/Santeria feast of Oya, Orisha of Death and Rebirth.
  • 3: St. Blaze Day
  • 3: Setsubun – Shinto rite in which good fortune is invoked and evil exorcised.
  • 3: St. Anskar’s Day
  • 3: Night of Hekate Suppers
  • 4: New Moon
  • 4: King Frost Day
  • 4:  Feast of St. John de Brito
  • 4: Li Chun (Chinese) – Auspicious day
  • 4 thru 12: Iroquois Mid-Winter Ceremony – dates vary
  • 5: Chinese New Year – Year of the Pig
  • 5: Tibetan New Year
  • 5: St Agatha’s Day
  • 5: Primrose Day
  • 5: Fornacalia – The Day of the Ovens – anytime between Feb 5 and Feb 17
  • 6: The Aphrodesia – feast day of the goddess Aphrodite
  • 7: Day of Selene
  • 8: Festival for the Broken Needles
  • 8: Nirvana Day – celebrated on Feb 15 in some areas
  • 8: Hari Kuyo, Japan
  • 9: Feast of Apollo
  • 9: St. Apollonia’s Day
  • 10: Sarasvati Puja
  • 10: Basant Panchami
  • 11: Everyman’s Birthday
  • 11: Pattern Day
  • 11; St. Caedmon’s Day
  • 12: Festival of Artemis – the Greek goddess of the hunt
  • 12: Everyman’s Birthday
  • 12 thru 14: Borrowed Days (see also March 29-31)
  • 13 thru 21: The Parentalis – festival to honor the spirits of the ancestors
  • 14: St. Valentine’s Day
  • 14: Feast of Vali
  • 15: Sigfrid’s Day
  • 15: Lupercalia – the festival of Lupercus, the Roman god of flocks and fertility.
  • 17: Feast of Shesmu
  • 17: Fornacalia (Old Roman Bread Festival)
  • 17: Festival of Quirinus – god of war, storms and thunder
  • 18: Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes
  • 18 – 19: Spenta Armaiti (Zoroastrian)
  • 18: Celtic Tree Month of Ash begins
  • 18: Sun enters Pisces
  • 19: Full Moon –Full Snow Moon or Quickening Moon, Supermoon
  • 19: The Great Fifteenth
  • 20: Day of Tacita
  • 21: Feralia – an ancient Roman Day of the Dead
  • 21: Toshi-goi-no-Matsuri known (also as the Yakuyoke festival) – Shinto rite honoring the Kami and offering prayers for a bountiful rice harvest.
  • 22: Caristia – Roman holiday of family reunions
  • 23: Festival of Terminus – the Roman god of boundaries and border markers.
  • 24: Flight of the King – Regifugium
  • 25: Day of Mut
  • 26: Day of Nuit
  • 26: Hygeia’s Day
  • 28: Saxon Cake Day – cakes offered to the God and the Goddess.
  • 28: Kalevala Day – the epic poem, Kalevala is celebrated by the Finns.
  • 28: Old Slavic Velja Noc – Spirits of the dead visit their living relatives, overseen by Veles, Lord of the Dead.

March:

April:

May:

June:

July:

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September:

October:

November:

December:

A lot of work went into this post. It was which was compiled from various sources by Shirley Twofeathers for The Pagan Calendar, you may repost and share without karmic repercussions, but only if you give me credit and a link back to this website. Blessed be.

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