Goddess Days and Celebrations for March and April
Roman Festival of Cybele, the Hilaria, a festival of fertility and birth.
Feast of Anna Perenna, very ancient Roman Crone Goddess of abundance, life cycles and renewal. She has a special fondness for lovers as well.
Goddesses of Fire - honor any Goddesses of hearth, fire and flame such as Hestia, Vesta, Brighid, Lucia, Perchta.
March 17 -
Feast of Astarte - transformation, sexual magick & mysteries; wear red.
Feast of Roman Goddess, Libera, a women's festival of Bacchus dedicated to the Maenads.
Sheela-Na-Gig - opening the way, the Crone & sexuality.
Day of Mari, Goddess of the Sea. Make offerings of sea salt, water & shells.
The Lesser Panathenaea, honoring Athena or Minerva.
Spring Equinox, The Khloeia, The Return of Persephone.
Also dedicated to the Norns, the Fates and the Morrigan
Dedicated to Sun Goddesses and Their role in Spring's rebirthing energies.
Birthday of Athena, Greek Goddess of Wisdom.
4th Day of Lesser Panathenaea
Festival of Ishtar, Lunar Goddess of Cycles
Day of Seeds, plant seeds of any kind - flower, vegetable, creativity.
Mata Syra Smelja, Slavic Moist Earth Mother.
Birthday of Kuan Yin (Taiwanese) a day to celebrate peace & compassion.
Day of Artemis Soteira, the Delphinia, make offerings of honey & barley, spend the day in a forest or outdoors.
Day of Primavera, Roman Goddess of Spring.
Feast of the Moon Goddess, end of the Roman Hilaria
Veneralia, Feast of Venus.
Dark of the Moon
Greek Festival of the Great Mother, Megalesia of Cybele,
Feast of Kwan Yin (China) a day of peace & compassion
Blajini, Rumanian Feast of Kindly Spirits. Make offerings and ask for Their protection for your home and family.
Day of Mooncakes, honoring Moon Goddesses.
Hocktide (England) In 1002 CE, Saxon women defeated invading Danes after their men failed to turn them away. Hail the Amazons!
Day of Bau, Babylonian Mother of the Earth. Make offerings at dawn & midnight.
Day of Anahit, Armenian Moon & Love Goddess. Cast your love spells.
Day of Ceres, Roman Goddess of Grain, Seeds - bless your seeds and plants. Cerealia, time of seeds.
Fordicalia, Roman Festival for Tellus Mater, the Earth Mother
Plenteria, Roman, the clothes washing of Athena, If you have a statue of Athena, wash or dust and rededicate.
Day of Venus of the Vine - Make offerings and partake of wine.
Ceremony of Yemaya, Goddess of the Sea, ask Her blessings for psychic abilities and prophetic dreams.
Floralia, Roman Feast of Flora, Goddess of Sexuality & Spring flowers.
Birthday of Artemis
Night of the Witches, Walpurgis Nacht, Beltane Eve, a night dedicated to Baubo, Greece.
(compiled from various sources including Diane Stein's The Goddess Book of Days and The Reformed Congregation of the Goddess calendar calendar created by DeAnna Alba)
As the pantheon I am dedicated to is Greco-Roman, it is a busy time for my priestess duties!