Happy Lunar New Year, Parliament Monsters!
Though the Gregorian calendar is most commonly used worldwide, the millennia-old Lunar Calendar is still observed for agricultural and astrological purposes in parts of the East. The Lunar New Year (also known as Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival) has been celebrated since the calendar's creation, which can be roughly traced back to the Han Dynasty around 200 B.C.! These celebrations last for days; this year, it starts on February 5th, and ends on February 19th.
Basically, it's a whole two week-long witchy moon party, since anyone and everyone is encouraged to participate!