2016 Pagan/Wiccan Calendar

Pagans love to celebrate, and as the Wheel of the Year turns, a number of milestones are reached. Each is a time for gathering together with friends and family, working on our spiritual development, and feasting and merrymaking! The following is a list of dates for 2016, as well as resources for celebration in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Be sure to read about Celebrating the Sabbats Seasonally, to get a good idea as to how you can celebrate based upon agricultural markers rather than just dates on a calendar. If you're one of our readers below the Equator, you'll also want to check out Moon Phase Names in the Southern Hemisphere.

Please note that the full moon dates and times are based upon the Farmer's Almanac schedules, which is listed in Eastern Standard Time. You may need to adjust the time for these depending on where you live.

Also, before you go to an event, make sure you read about proper Pagan and Wiccan Festival Etiquette. It'll make your experience even more enjoyable.

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January 2016

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February 2016

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March 2016

Use natural colorings instead of chemical dyes to color your Ostara eggs. Image by SilviaJansen/E+/Getty Images
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April 2016

If you're a solitary practitioner, you can still celebrate Ostara with this simple ritual. Image by MGP/Taxi/Getty Images
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May 2016

Celebrate Beltane by honoring the gods of the forest. Image by Joakim Leroy/E+/Getty Images
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June 2016

Stone henge Litha
Litha is still a time of celebration around the world. Tim Ireland / Getty Images
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July 2016

Girl and Grandma
Celebrate the summer with your family. Image by Johner Images/Getty
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August 2016

Celebrate the harvesting of the grain at Lammas. Image by Cultura/Henry Arden/Riser/Getty Images
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September 2016

Mabon is a good time to get back in touch with nature. Image by FilippoBacci/Vetta/Getty Images
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October 2016

Celebrate Samhain with the scents of the season. Image by Moncherie/E+/Getty Images
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November 2016

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December 2016

The tradition of the decorated tree goes back to the days of the ancient Roman and Egyptian cultures. Image by Larry Williams/Fuse/Getty Images