A major holiday of the dvarsh calendar, tazl atuz’thl’, Freshing Day, is a day to throw open homes and minds, sweep out the stale, and welcome what is fresh. Traditional menus include spring greens, new peas and whatever winter stores are left. After a day spent cleaning house and old thinking, communities take to the streets with spray bottles of water for a spritzing free-for-all. At midnight, everyone goes home to get out of wet things. Tazl atuz’thl’ usually falls on May 23, Gregorian style.
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