Sunday is May 1st and around the world, many people will be celebrating May Day. May Day is a national public holiday in many countries and serves as both a celebration of spring as well as a celebration of workers worldwide.
Traditionally, the day is also a marker of springtime with celebrations that include gathering flowers, dancing and singing. Many of the traditional celebrations are rooted in the ancient Roman Festival of Flowers. The celebrations are ways to celebrate the rebirth of nature in spring and fertility.
So say goodbye to April showers and join us in welcoming May this weekend!