Yep it's Michaelmas tomorrow the 29th of September. It's the time of year when the Asters or Michaelmas daisies come into flower.
The Anglican/Episcopalian and Roman Catholic churches all celebrate the feast of Saint Michael.
It was traditionally the day for paying rents, hiring staff and eating goose. A lot of goose fairs like Nottingham were held around day.
The next big feast was Martinmass or November the 11th, Armisstice Day. This was the day when animals were slaughtered and smallholders decided which farm animals to keep for the long winter and hunger gap.
I think we best order some logs and coal.