Freya's Blessing Feast is a multi-day, annual celebration of love, fertility, and the passage of Winter to Spring. It corresponds with the same time of year as Valentines Day in real life Christian culture. During this time, Berkians decorate the village with early spring flowers such as Freya's Flowers, and other red and purple shaded decorations. Vikings also become more amorous and express affection to love interests. As is often seen, villagers also hold ample feasts.
Freya is the Norse goddess representing love and fertility, and is often associated with the Spring season.
- Freya'sday Eve and the Freya'sday Fete appear as similar holidays in the original How to Train Your Dragon Book series.
- Freya's Day is mentioned very briefly in the mini-comic "Litter Sitter".