Lakshmi: February 2nd
Lakshmi Orissa a Hindu Goddess may give a good example. Purity, Holy Water, Divine Fire, Wealth, Success are all good symbols for this day.
Eos: March 19-22
The Greek Goddess Eos, may give a good example. Dawn, reincarnation, rebirth, the celebration of Easter are all symbols of this day.
Maia: May 1st
The Greek Goddess Maia is thought to be the mother of Hermes/Thoth/. This is the beginning of the Festival of Fire. Birth, Fatherhood, and Motherhood are good symbols for this day.
Solstice: June 19-23
The energies on this day are the same as during Winter Solstice, or Yule. This is also the end for the Festival of Fire.
Autumnal Eve: August 1st
This is the first of the Harvest Festival celebrations. We are able to use the symbolism of harvesting for self improvement.
Apollo: September 21-24
The second of the Harvest Festivals occurs during the Autumnal Equinox, when Summer becomes Fall. Lakshmi Bengal may also be a good example. This is twilight.
Samhain: November 1st
Last of the Harvest Festivals Samhain may be the origin of Halloween. May be use this as an opportunity to celebrate our ancestors and the dead in general. Gravels, Festival of Lights, Lady of the Lake are symbols of this day.
Yule: December 20-23
The Wild Hunt, Four Horsemen, Saturnalia, Love, Hibernal are all symbolic of this day. This day is Solstice. The primary idea behind this day is charity, giving and helping others, without expectations of anything in return.