Calendar Articles

The arrival of May 2014 brings with it many springtime traditions and celebrations to honor the phenomenal growth in the garden and the warming of the sun. See our tips!

When is Easter in 2014?

The dates of Easter are tied to the full Moon and the vernal equinox (not the civil calendar).

April is the first full month of spring! We hope that your sky is bright and clear, and your grass is growing green. In celebration, check out some of our recipes, gardening tips, and folklore of the season.

Oh, how fresh the wind is blowing!
See! The sky...

Here's how to dye Easter eggs with homemade dyes from veggies, fruit, and spices around the kitchen. Lots of fun for kids of all ages!

Many New Year customs that we take for granted actually date from ancient times. This year, ring out the old and ring in the new with a New Year tradition—or two!

Make your own decorative fire starters with these simple instructions.

We may not be Santa but we've received a bundle of readers letters over the years with questions about Christmas. Here are some questions—and answers—that you may find interesting.

Here are some holiday cooking and cleaning tips, because at this time of year more than any other, the kitchen is the focus of frenzied activity. Throughout the holidays, it's important to remember to take deep breaths, relax, and have fun.

Here are some tips to keep your Christmas tree healthy through the holidays—and avoid an untimely demise!

Here is a little bit about the history of Christmas traditions in America, from Christmas trees to greeting cards, that we all know and love today.