This Pagan calendar also known as Wheel of the Year is made from a very rare recycled slab of Western Yew wood from Vancouver island, British Columbia, Canada. This slab of Yew is approximately 400 years old and was cool dried for 10 years prior to me getting it. Burned onto the surface is the calendar which can be used all year long for the ritual holidays as listed below. On the top is three layers of clear epoxy resin with a rippled effect. On the bottom are three coats of a food safe sealer.
The Wheel of the Year Festivals:
Yule: December 19-23
Imbolc: February 1-2
Ostara: March 19-23
Beltane: April 30 – May 1
Litha/Midsummer: June 19-23
Lughnasadh: August 1-2
Mabon: September 20-24
Samhain: October 31 – November 1
Approximate dimensions are 16 inches (40.6 cm) long, 11 inches (27.9 cm) wide and 2 inches (5.1 cm) thick.