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October 2017


October 11 - October 18

Tradition: Judaism Link: Also known as Feast of Booths. An eight-day Jewish festival of booths (or tabernacles) and the fall harvest. The name refers to the booths (sukkot) used by Israelites during desert wanderings and constructed in the fields during the harvest season. It is a time of thanksgiving for God's presence in creation and among the Jewish people. The Eighth Day (Shmini 'Atzeret) is considered both the end of Sukkot and a distinct festival. 

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Ghambar Ayathrem

October 16 - October 20

Tradition: Zoroastrianism Link: Celebrates the creation of plants, the sowing of the winter crop, and the return of herds from pasture.

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Birth of the Bab

October 19

Tradition: Baha'i Link: The anniversary of the birth of the Bab, the herald of the new age for Baha'is. the Shrine of the Bab in Haifa, Israel, is part of the World Center of the Baha'i faith.

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Diwali (Dipavali)

October 19

Tradition: Hinduism Link: Perhaps the most popular of all Hindu festivals, also known as the Festival of Lights, it is dedicated to the goddess Kali in Bengal and to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, in the rest of India. As with several other festivals, Diwali is associated with one of the stories about the destruction of evil by Vishnu in one of his many manifestations.

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Diwali/Mahavir Nirvana

October 19

Tradition: Jainism Link: This "Festival of Lamps" celebrates the attainment of Moksa by Lord Mahavira. A burning lamp symbolizes the "light of knowledge," which dispels the darkness of delusion and ignorance.

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⚫ New Moon

October 19 @ 1:12 pm MDT

Installation of Granth Sahib Ji as Guru

October 20

Tradition: Sikhism Link: This day celebrates Gobind Singh Ji's passing on guruship to Scripture, henceforth known as the Guru Granth Sahib.

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Orionids Meteor Shower

October 21

This shower runs annually from October 2 to November 7. It peaks this year on the night of October 21 and the morning of October 22. The Orionids are meteors left behind in the wake of Halley’s Comet.

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☽ First Quarter Moon

October 27 @ 4:22 pm MDT


October 31

Tradition: Wicca/Paganism Link: The New Year and the final harvest festival, celebrating the last gifts of the Earth before winter and the return of the spirits of the dead.

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November 2017

All Saints Day

November 1

Tradition: Christianity-Protestant,Christianity-Roman Catholic Link: Christian celebration of the lives of all the saints, especially those not having a special day; Orthodox churches observe the day in mid-summer.

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All Souls Day

November 2

Tradition: Christianity-Roman Catholic Link: Catholic Christian observance in memory of all the faithful who are deceased. In some Latin cultures, this day is known as "The Day of the Dead."

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