When asked for their thoughts about the Duanwu Festival, most Wenling natives will mention wheat cakes.
A proverb says, "Dry things on the sixth day of the sixth lunar month," so following tradition,people dry clothes and books in the sun to avoid vermin.
Qixi Festival, known as the Double Seventh Festival, falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in the Chinese lunar calendar.
Zhongyuan Festival, also known as Ghost Festival, falls on the 15th day of the seventh lunar month each year.
Mid-autumn Day in Taizhou falls on the sixteenth day of the eighth lunar month, which is the day after Mid-autumn Festival in China.
In autumn, the Double Ninth Festival takes place on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month.
With various deities and religions, such as Buddhism and Taoism believed in, different patron saints are worshipped in different activities.