The Discworld's calendar differs from Earth's one.
The Discworld's days of the week are:
Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday, Friday Saturday, Sunday and Octeday.
The Discworld has eight days in a single week.
Winter Secundus (also known as the Spindlewinter)
Backspindlewinter (the reverse of Spindlewinter)
The Discworld's festivals include:
Soul Cake TuesdayEdit
The Discworld's equivalant of Halloween.
The Discworld's version of Roundworld's Christmas. The night of Hogswatch is also known as Hogswatchnight. On Hogswatchnight, children are visited by the Hogfather (the Discworld's version of Father Christmas or Santa Claus). The day after Hogswatchnight is the first day of the month of Ick. Hogswatchnight is mentioned in The Colour of Magic as Hogs'Watch Night.
Small God's EveEdit
A festival celebrating the small gods.
Notable centuries include:
- The Century of the Fruitbat, the century in which the books start.
- The Century of the Anchovy,the century which the books later progress into.
- The Colour of Magic
- The Light Fantastic
- Equal Rites
- Soul Music
- The Last Hero
- Wyrd Sisters
- The Wee Free Men
- Going Postal
- A Hat Full of Sky
- Monstrous Regiment
- Thief of Time
- The Fifth Elephant
- Guards! Guards!
- Making Money
- Unseen Academicals
- Soul Music (TV series)
- Terry Pratchett's Hogfather
- The Colour of Magic (film)
- Terry Pratchett's Going Postal
- The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents
- The Art of Discworld