On the 28th of September, the Hellenic Pyanepsia festival is observed.
The Pyanepsia is a festival celebrating and is devoted to Apollo, Theseus, Helios and the Horai (the goddesses of the seasons and time).
This is an auspicious time to celebrate the harvest festival whilst retelling the myths of Theseus. Make an eiresione (take a branch of olive, laurel or from a fruit tree and place around it strings of white or purple wool. Add fruits, pastries, cakes, acorns to decorate and place on the front door of the home to protect the hearth against ill will.
Avoid meat and offer honey, olive oil, figs, bread, panspermia, (the meal which was offered to Apollo for the safe travel from Delos to Attica by Theseus), fruit and pastries.
Here is a retelling of the Life of Plutarch you can read out during your devotionals:
(C) T. Georgitsis