Ostara- Celebrating Spring's Arrival

Updated: Mar 10


Ostara is a pagan tradition that celebrates Spring Equinox, the arrival of Spring. It is observed between March 19 and March 22nd. As the Northern hemisphere thaws and awakens from winter's slumber we look to spring to bring brighter and longer days ahead. We look for signs of life in the way of green buds or flower buds, migration, the scurrying of animals, nature reverting back to its greener form, and the brooks babbling and singing Mother Nature's earth song. As you read along and follow us, you'll find our family observes the 8 sabbats of the Pagan wheel throughout the year which include Yule, Imbolc, Beltane, Lughnasadh, Samhain, Litha and Mabon.