February 1st the celebration of mid-winter and the anticipation of the coming abundance of spring.
The combination of spring events Ostara March 19th-22nd the Spring Equinox and Beltane May 1st both holidays celebrate fertility, new life, and productivity.
June 19th-23rd the Summer Solstice is the peak of the year’s light. We celebrate that which brings life and warmth- the sun and the flame.
As CWPN’s longest event we celebrate the time of year we can come together as a community for several days to escape into a pagan safe-haven. Surrounded by like-minded individuals who attend this event in order to grow our knowledge and our practice. We welcome each other home and partake in a weekend full of rituals, classes, and festivities. This event also falls close to the same time as Lughnasadh which is one of the harvest sabbaths.
Mabon/ CT Pagan Pride
Autumn Equinox September 21st-24th which normally falls around the same time as CT Pagan Pride. CWPN normally participates in this event to bring attention to our mission to raise awareness of the Wiccan and Pagan beliefs.
October 31st-November 1st the time at which the veil between the living and the dead is the thinnest. The time in which we celebrate our ancestors and our loved ones who have passed on.
December 20th-23rd the Winter Solstice the time of year to celebrate the gift of giving, community, and family.