Spring's Eve in the Tastigon Calendar is approximately equivalent to March 1 in our calendar. It is immediately followed by the Feast of Fools, which is not marked on any calendar and doesn't belong to any season.
- In Tai-tastigon, city charters for such things as inns fall due on Spring's Eve, so that they are ready for the new year when it comes.
Young women in the Women's Halls make their vows of sister-kinship on Spring's Eve, exchanging crocus flowers. It is at about this time of year that travel between the Keeps of the Riverland becomes feasible after the long winter, and Highborn women send their sister-kin vow gifts such as token cloths embroidered with the news of the winter season in the knot-stitch code.
- ↑ God Stalk, "Appendix II: The Tastigon Calendar"
- ↑ Honor's Paradox, "Chapter VII: The Day of Misrule", I — "Last night had been Spring’s Eve. Tomorrow was Spring’s Day. Between them lay a span of time unmarked on any calendar, separating the old year from the new."
- ↑ God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 5: Winter Days" — " 'Tubain won't be able to renew our charter when it falls due come Spring's Eve…' "
- ↑ Seeker's Mask, "Part I", I — "Even on Spring's Eve, they had to dig into snow banks for the crocus with which to make their vows,"
- ↑ Seeker's Mask, "Part I", II — "Adiraina touched the worn shawl draped across her shoulders. It had arrived on Spring's Eve almost a century ago, after a winter's enforced silence: Kinzi's vow gift, the stitched record of her winter days."