April 22 Earth Day – Day to honor the Earth and to meditate on Deity manifesting as Mother Earth
– Festival of Isthar (Babylonian)
– Feast of the Divine Couple (Japanese)
– Feast of Elaphebolia (Greek)
– Odin’s Day – Norse festival.
April 23 – European Festival of the Green Man, Spirit of Vegetation and Forests
– Sigurd’s Day (Germanic)
April 25 – Holy Prophet Mani’s Day (he was born on this day in the 3rd century A.D.) Manichaeans were his followers, predecessors of modern gnostics
– Spring Festivals – Dedicated to Herne, Pan, Horned God.
Roman Robligalia – Corn Mothers (Ceres and Demeter) and Harvest.
Arbor Day – Day to honor trees, to plant trees, and to meditate on Deity manifesting as trees, such as Goddesses Helice/Willow (Greek) and Yggdrasill/Ash (Norse).
April 30 – Walpurgisnacht (Germanic)
– Floralia Ends (Roman)
– Beltane Begins at Sundown (Celtic, Wiccan)
– St. Sophia’s Day
April 30 to May 2 – Old Norse Feast marking the end of the dark half of the year, and beginning of the fruitful warm half of the year.
April 30 to May 2 – Beltane – three-day Celtic festival marking the arrival of summer in ancient times, celebrating Blodeuwedd (Goddess of Flowers) and Llew (Oak King, God of the Waxing Sun).