Tuesday August 1, 2017 All Day
Annually on August 1
posted by Meghan
Lughnasadh is a harvest festival of the Celts, and is one of the cross-quarter days, halfway between a solstice and an equinox. While not a Roman festival, it is a common day for public pagan celebration. Emphasis in ritual lies with reaping the fruits of prior labor, and achieving that which was previously planned.
In ritual, make use of harvest symbols and tools, and emphasize the hard work already done, and the hard work still ahead... while noticing the achievements of the previous year.