Pagan Holidays 2021 & Printable Wiccan Calendar

Get ready to celebrate in 2021! :tada: Here is a list of pagan and ⛤ Wiccan holidays in the Northern Hemisphere (with the Wiccan sabbats for the Southern Hemisphere too). All times given are EST (UTC-5).

Here’s a printable page that can go along with the Wheel of the Year page or the Lunar calendar on your Book of Shadows! :open_book:

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Wiccan Holidays 2021

January 2021: January is the perfect time to do inner work. During the dark of winter, practice your meditation skills and make room for self-discovery.

28: Full Moon - Wolf Moon at 2:16 pm

13: New Moon at 12:00 am

14: Thorablot – Norse/Heathen celebration honoring Thor

24: Sementivae - a grain-oriented festival

30 - Feb 2: Roman celebration of Februalia

31: Up Helly Aa - Scottish celebration in the Shetland Islands

31: Disablot - Norse celebration of new beginnings

February 2020 : This month, take time to focus on your preparations for spring. It will be here before you know it and having your projects ready to go will help you reach your personal as well as magickal goals.

2: Imbolc - celebration of the goddess Brighid
(Southern Hemisphere: Lammas or Lughnasadh - The grain harvest at the end of summer.)

11: New Moon at 2:05 pm

13-21: Roman Festival of Parentalia - honor the ancestors

15: Lupercalia - fertility celebration

27: Full Moon - Snow Moon at 3:17 am

March 2020: As the spring equinox brings balance to the planet, this month is also a time to bring balance into our lives. Celebrate the spring!

1: Matronalia - festival of women honoring Juno Luciana

13: New Moon at 5:21 am

20: Ostara – Spring Equinox
(Southern Hemisphere: Mabon - The Autumn equinox)

28: Full Moon - Storm Moon at 2:48 pm

April 2020: Rebirth abounds in April as the Earth is ready to sprout forth new life from the dormant winter. Get outside and feel the crisp air as it begins to take on a new warmth. Enjoy the change of the season by planting seeds either figurative or literal!

11: New Moon at 9:30 pm

15: Sigrblot/Sumarsdag - Norse celebration of the first day of summer in Scandinavian countries

22: Earth Day

26: Full Moon - Pink Moon at 11:31 pm

28 - May 3: Floralia - honors the goddess of spring flowers & vegetation

May 2020: This month is an excellent time to expand your horizons. If you have been wanting to try something new, now is the time to jump in full force.

1: Beltane - celebration of fire and fertility
(Southern Hemisphere: Samhain - the Witches’ New Year)

1: Roman Festival of Bona Dea - fertility goddess

11: New Moon at 1:59 pm

26: Full Moon - Flower Moon at 7:14 am

June 2020: The light has returned, and summer is officially here. Use this month to soak up the rays of light from the sun. Honor the solar deities as its heat and light shine down upon you. Allow the nourishing rays to enhance a project or idea that you have been growing since spring.

7-15: Roman Festival Vestalia - honors the vestal virgins

10: New Moon at 5:52 am

20: Litha - The Summer Solstice
(Southern Hemisphere: Yule - The Winter Solstice)

24: Full Moon - Strawberry Moon at 2:40 pm

July 2020 : During the peak of the sun, it is a great time to get into the water. Let the cool refreshing water wash away any old baggage that is hanging around. Welcome the revitalization of water by bringing in the beauty of all the colorful flowers around you.

9: New Moon at 8:16 pm

23: Full Moon - Buck Moon at 10:37 pm

August 2020: The harvest time is a time to reap the benefits of what has been sown. This month collect what you have grown either spiritually, physically, emotionally, or creatively. Don’t forget to save some of the bounties up for the coming cold of winter.

1: Lammas or Lughnasdadh - the grain harvest
(Southern Hemisphere: Imbolc - honoring the goddess Brighid and return of the light after the long winter)

8: New Moon at 8:50 am

13: Roman Festival of Pomona - goddess of apples and orchards

22: Full Moon - Corn Moon at 8:02 pm

23: Vulcanalia - Roman Festival

September 2020: As the leaves shift their colors to store food for the coming winter, we too must store our own energy for the darkness ahead. Take time to enjoy the changing of the season by spending time in nature.

6: New Moon at 7:51 pm

20: Full Moon - Harvest Moon at 7:55 pm

21: International Day of Peace

22: Mabon - autumn equinox
(Southern Hemisphere: Ostara - the spring equinox)

October 2020: The light is fading, and the dark is setting in. This month is a great time to reflect on your own roots and where you came from. Take time to honor your ancestor as the veil between the worlds thins. Be open to receiving psychic messages, meditation and journaling.

1: Full Moon - Blood Moon at 10:57 am

3: Roman Festival of Bacchus - god of vegetation and wine

6: New Moon at 6:05 am

31: Samhain - The Witches’ New Year
(Southern Hemisphere: Beltane - a feast of fire and fertility)

31: Winter Nights/Vetrablot - Norse celebration of the arrival of winter

November 2020: The end of the harvest brings with it the cold of winter. As the chill sets in the air, begin to strengthen your relationship with the divine during the coming darkness. Reach out to friends and family and reconnect. Focus on gratitude and let go of the things in your life that no longer serve you.

4: New Moon at 4:14 pm

19: Full Moon - Frost Moon at 3:58 am

30: Festival of Hecate Trivia – to honor the goddess of magic and sorcery

December 2020: The perfect month for gathering with friends and family to feel their warmth during the cold of winter. Take this month to spend time reflecting on the previous year. But don’t forget to look ahead as the new year can be full of changes. Focus your energy on the upcoming spring and how you want to prepare for the start of new projects or adventures.

4: New Moon at 2:43 am

17: Saturnalia, a Roman celebration of the god Saturn, begins

18: Full Moon - Cold Moon at 11:36 pm

21: Yule, the Winter Solstice
(Southern Hemisphere: Litha - The Summer Solstice)

23: Celtic Tree Month of Birch begins

25: Feast of Frau Holle, the Germanic goddess

31: Festival of Hogmanay - Scottish holiday that celebrates the new year

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Perfect! Thank you so much @Francisco I can’t wait to add it to my BOS. I hope your year is starting off wonderfully!

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This is a great resource! Thank you @Francisco oh haha my birthday landed on :blossom::cherry_blossom: Floralia :cherry_blossom::blossom:

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Woohoo!!! It’s exciting to look ahead at the coming events of the year- thanks so much for sharing this great resource, Francisco! I’ll be bookmarking this one to help with the many Merry Meet Monday posts of 2021 :grin::+1:

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Thank you this is awesome! Gonna print it out.

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Happy everyday @Francisco.
This is awesome . Will print this out … of course .
#Spells8simplythebest

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I’m glad everyone liked it!! :grinning: I hope that 2021 will be a good year :raised_hands:

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