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Druids and pagans conduct a May Day dawn celebration service in front of St. Michael's Tower on Glastonbury Tor in Glastonbury, UK. Although more synonymous with International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, May Day or Beltane is celebrated by druids and pagans as the onset of the season of warmth and light. Other traditional English May Day rites and celebrations include Morris dancing and the crowning of a May Queen.

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May Day Dawn Celebrated On Glastonbury Tor

People watch the sunrise as druids and pagans conduct a May Day dawn celebration service in front of St. Michael's Tower on Glastonbury Tor on May 1, 2011 in Glastonbury, England. Although more synonymous with International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, May Day or Beltane is celebrated by druids and pagans as the beginning of summer and the chance to celebrate the coming of the season of warmth and light. Other traditional English May Day rites and celebrations include Morris dancing and the…

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Religious Holidays 2015: An Interfaith Calendar (Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim And More) (PHOTOS)

May 1 - Beltane (Pagan) Morris Men dance at May Day dawn celebration service in front of St. Michael's Tower on Glastonbury Tor in Glastonbury, England. Although more synonymous with International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, May Day or Beltane is celebrated by druids and pagans as beginning of summer and the chance to celebrate the coming of the season of warmth and light. Other English May Day rites include the crowning of a May Queen with celebrations involving a Maypole.

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A Wicca Beltane Ritual: Celebrating the Workers on May Day

Looking for a great group ritual or solitary ritual for Beltane-- here's one that can easily be adapted, celebrating the season in an unexpected but appropriate way.

Workers' Memorial Day, International Workers' Memorial Day or International Commemoration Day (ICD) for Dead and Injured or Day of Mourning takes place annually around the world on April 28, an international day of remembrance and action for workers killed, disabled, injured or made unwell by their work

Today, 2 October, we celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence. This occasion reminds us that there are still millions of children out there who have been, and still continue to be affected by violence that comes in all forms. This day is dedicated to them, and to the parents, teachers, social workers, government officials, humanitarian workers and all others who work hard towards a future free of violence for children everywhere. (source: UNICEF Africa) ©UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0713/Holt