An annual feast celebrated by some people of the Fae Forest?.

The event takes place every first weekend of Minevas or the first month of spring. Its history describes a victory against death or winter and the celebration of life and rebirth. Although enjoyed in the past with one feast for the whole village, nowadays, it is recognized only through gatherings of family and friends over traditional food and drinks. By command of tradition, attendees are also encouraged to wear colorful costumes said to enliven the spirits dampened by the cold season. Wearing flamboyant clothes have also been told to bring good luck to the wearer throughout the year.

As spring marks the beginning of good harvest, the feast is also seen as the start of another economic year. The faithfuls also use this occassion to make offerings to Xanth for gratitude and prayers for good harvest and a good year ahead. Some couples also see this time as the most opportune moment to begin a family.