May Day
Commonly Celebrated May 1st

Symbols: the broom, the may pole, the wreath, the the union of the God and Goddess, roses, lavender, daisy's, the chalice, the athame, ivy, the Faery folk, ribbons of bright color, the phallic.

Actions: the Union of the Lord and Lady, Spring Cleaning, gardening, planting, tides of passion and love, outdoor activities of all kinds, games, sports.

Colors: Red and white for the Goddess, Greens and Yellow's for the God