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January 2018

Supermoon

The first supermoon for 2018, is also a Wolf Moon. There are two full moons this month. The second full moon and supermoon is on the 31st of January. It's called a Blue Moon and that Blue Moon will also be a full lunar eclipse.
1st January

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Martin Luther King Day

Celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
15th January

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Health and Wellbeing Festival

Gold Coast Health and Wellbeing Festival
19th 20th & 21st January
Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach

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SuperMoon

Vine Psychic Super Moon

2nd SuperMoon for 2018 - January 31st

A SuperMoon is a full moon, during the closest approach that the moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit. Also called a perigee moon.

Blue Moon - SuperMoon - Lunar Eclipse

January 2018 has two supermoons. The first full moon and supermoon was on the 1st of January. When there are two full moons in one calendar month, the first is called a Wolf Moon and the second is called a Blue Moon.

The supermoon for January 31st is also a Blue Moon, and a Lunar eclipse. The last time this happened was 150 years ago, in 1868.

Vine's 2018 Spiritual Channeling - Look to the Blue Moons

Vine's Spiritual Guardians' Psychic Prediction prophecy for 2018 places important significance on the Blue Moons of 2018.

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February 2018

Imbolc

Thursday 1st February (and into Friday 2nd Feb)
Imbolc is a (pre-Christian) Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring. It's about halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Celebrations traditionally start at sundown on the 1st of February.

It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals—along with Beltane, Lughnasadh and Samhain. Christians observe it as the feast day of Saint Brigid, especially in Ireland.

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National Sustainable Living Festival 2018

Climate Crunch Time
1st - 28th February
National Sustainable Living Weekend Festivals

The festival runs throughout the month of February - Highlighting the critical need for climate action - Over 300 events celebrating sustainability


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Groundhog Day

Friday 2nd February
The Groundhog Day holiday is about our intrinsic links with nature, the seasons, the animals and our ecosystems. It dates back to ancient Europe, when people had a much closer connection with nature.

Read the history behind Groundhog Day here.

The film - Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray, has been has dubbed by some as the "most spiritual film of our time." It deals with the Karmic nature of our existence and how to break out of repetitive loops in our lives that are the result of our past actions.

If the groundhog sees its shadow on February 2 it will return to its burrow, and there will be six more weeks of winter. If it doesn't see its shadow, then spring is on the way.

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World Wetlands Day

Thursday 2nd February
More than a billion people make a living from wetlands.
They host a huge variety of life, protect our coastlines, provide natural sponges against river flooding, and store carbon dioxide to regulate climate change. Unfortunately, wetlands are often viewed as wasteland, and more than 64% of our wetlands have disappeared since 1900.

Visit World Wetlands Day website
The presevation of our wetlands is crucially important for the survival birds and fish and ultimately our own survival.

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Yalukut Weelam Ngargee Arts
and Cultural Festival

Saturday 3rd February
Free Indigenous Arts & Cultural Festival
Under the sun and into the summer night - Melbourne

Free Indigenous Arts and Cultural Festival held annually in St Kilda's O'Donnell Gardens - Family-friendly event featuring emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians, dancers and artists - Activities for the whole family.


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Health and Wellbeing Festival

Canberra Health and Wellbeing Festival
9th 10th & 11th February
National Convention Centre, Canberra


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Chinese New Year

16th February
The Chinese New Year is on the first day of the Chinese Lunar Calendar.
On the Gregorian calendar, the date falls on a different day each year, but always between the 21st of January and the 20th of February.

Each of the 12 zodiac years is also associated with one of five elements: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth, and a zodiac animal.

2018 is the Year of the Dog - (Earth Dog)


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Health and Wellbeing Festival

Gold Coast Mind, Body, Spirit Festival
19th, 20th, 21st February
Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre


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Mind, Body, Spirit Festival

Brisbane - Mind, Body, Spirit Festival -
Health, wellbeing and natural therapies event.
23rd - 25th February
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Bank



March 2018


International Women's Day

International Women's Day
8th March
2018 International Women's Day theme: #PressforProgress

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MeatOut Day

Try not eating meat for one day - Go Vegan.
20th March - Everywhere

Every year, MeatOut Day aims to introduce people to the many benefits of a compassionate vegan diet.

Our passion for eating so many animals is a major cause of climate change, animal suffering and poor health in us humans. A vegetarian or vegan diet can help avoid climate change and save life on our planet.

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Harmony Day

Celebrating Cultural Diversity.
21st March - Everywhere

World Harmony Day

Harmony Day celebrates cultural diversity in Australia. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

The message of Harmony Day is, everyone belongs



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World Water Day

22nd March - Everywhere

Each year on March 22, World Water Day highlights the problems around the world associated with fresh water.

The effects of climate change all over the world is demonstrating that natural disasters are mostly connected to water, either too much water, or too little.

This year's theme ‘Nature for Water’ - Using nature to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century.

UN Water Twitter Page

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World Science Festival

The accent is on science this week in Queensland.... particularly important as the cost of climate change increases.
21st - 25th March - Brisbane, Australia

World Science Festival Logo

The World Science Festival in Brisbane is taking science out of the lab and on to the streets for eveybody to see.

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Earth Hour 2017

Earth Hour

Saturday 24th March
Earth Hour - Celebrating 10 Years of Progress
8.30 - 9.30pm local time
Switch off to join the future.



April 2018

World - Earth Day

Earth Day

When it comes to the Earth, there is no time to waste.
22nd April
Earth Day - Every Day




May 2018

MindBodySpirit Festival

MindBodySpirit Festival - Sydney
Health, wellbeing and natural therapies event.
24th - 27th May
Internation Convention Centre - Darling Harbour



June 2018


World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day

Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet - 8th JUNE

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MindBodySpirit Festival

MindBodySpirit Festival - Melbourne
Health, wellbeing and natural therapies event.
8th - 11th JUNE
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre




July 2018


World Population Day

JULY 11th
World Population Day is a good time to draw attention to the great inequalities and humanitarian emergencies in the world.

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Nelson Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela Day

Take Action; Inspire Change; Make Every Day a Mandela Day.
18th July - Nelson Mandela Day

"It is time for the next generations to continue our struggle against social injustice and for the rights of humanity. It is in your hands."
– Nelson Mandela



August 2018


World Elephant Day

12th August - Everywhere #WorldElephantDay
Bringing the world together to help elephants. Why? Because elephant numbers have dropped by 62% in the last 10 years. They could be extinct by the end of next decade. World Elephant Day is dedicated to the preservation and protection of the world's elephants.




September 2018


International Day of Peace

21st September - Day of Peace- Everywhere

"Let us all work together to help all human beings achieve dignity and equality; to build a greener planet; and to make sure no one is left behind." - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

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International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

26th September - Everywhere

Achieving global nuclear disarmament is one of the oldest goals of the United Nations. It was the subject of the General Assembly’s first resolution in 1946.

"The consequences of any further use of nuclear weapons, whether intentional or by mistake, would be horrific. When it comes to our common objective of nuclear disarmament, we must not delay -- we must act now." - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon



October 2018


World Animal Day

4th October
Everywhere
World Animal Day

"Through increased awareness and education we can create a world where animals are always recognised as sentient beings and full regard is always paid to their welfare..." World Animal Day website

World Animal Day on Twitter: @worldanimalday



United Nations Day

24th October

United Nations Day marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter.

"Humanity has entered the era of sustainability – with a global commitment to fulfil the great promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In this, the Organization’s 71st year, we have 17 goals to propel us towards a better future for all on a healthy planet. " - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon




November 2018






December 2018

Human Rights day

December 10
Every year, Human Rights Day commemorates the day on which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.



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