The calendar is divided into four broad seasons with each season being separated by a day of celebration that closes the previous season and ushers in the new season. On the first day of the year, there is grand day of celebration to welcome in a new cycle before the traditional day of seasonal transition.
Each season is sub-divided into 30 day passings, with the prefix of early-, mid- and or late- added before the season’s name.
- The Day of Cycles – The annual celebration that ushers in the new year.
- The Day of Rebirth – The transition day that begins the after-winter thawing period.
- The Seed – The first season of the new year.
- Day of the Sun – The transition day that begins the hottest season of the year and the prime time to grow crops.
- The Crop – The hottest season.
- Day of Rain – The transition day that signals that preparations for winter have begun.
- The Field – The last growing month of the year, this season is when people begin to prepare for winter.
- Day of the Harvest – The most somber of the transition days, crops that are not harvested by the end of this day are abandoned and attempting to harvest beyond this point is considered bad luck.
- The Hearth – The winter season.