Ostara is a Pagan festival celebrating the spring equinox. The long cold and darkness of winter is going away and the days are getting longer, warmer. By now you may have noticed the first signs of spring have already arrived. Typically this holiday is celebrated on or around March 21st. Light and darkness share a balance on this day, so is a great time to celebrate rebirth, fertility and growth.
Symbols associated with the holiday include rabbits, eggs, butterflies and flowers. Colors include yellow, pink, white and green. Foods such as honey, acorns and breads abound.