What holidays do Norse pagans celebrate?
|Late December (winter solstice)||Yule (Midwinter)|
|Late January / early February||Þorrablót|
|Late February / early March||Disting|
What Norse god is April? Idun, also spelled Idunn, or Iduna, in Norse mythology, the goddess of spring or rejuvenation and the wife of Bragi, the god of poetry.
What is a Viking celebration called? Yule is an indigenous winter festival celebrated by the Germanic peoples. The earliest references to it are in the form of month names, where the Yule-tide period lasts somewhere around two months, falling along the end of the modern calendar year between what is now mid-November and early January.
What is Valisblot? Come join us for and the Sons of Norway for Valisblot, a Norse Valentine Celebration. Saturday, February 15th – the Vikings are having a bonfire starting at 5pm. Bring your loved ones and whisper your words of love for them into the flames.