- Children make traditional Mărțișor for family and friends to wear throughout the month of March as a symbol of spring.
- 8 March, International Women’s Day In Moldova, the custom of giving women flowers still prevails.
- During the middle of March, people trim the vines and attach the vines to the supports and tidy the area
- Orthodox Easter (date varies every year) In the predawn hours, people bring food, painted eggs, Cozonac (Paskha an Eastern European egg bread traditionally made at Easter), to the church in return for a holy water blessing.
- Paștele Blajinilor (Memorial Easter on the Sunday and/or Monday one week after Easter) People return to their village/city of origin and join the whole community in the cemetery bringing food, wine, and gifts spending the day together and remembering the dead family members.
- 1 May, International Labor Day People go to the forest with friends and/or family to relax and grill.
- 9 May Victory Day celebration at World War 2 victory of Soviets, there are memorial meetings in every village/city. Each village sent hundreds of men to war. City monuments have an eternal flame. Many monuments have an artillery gun pointing in the direction of Romania from where enemy attacked.
- Europe Day is a new holiday celebrating the views and ideas of EU integration.
- Dulce Floare de Salcam, folklore music & dance festival held in Cahul on the third or fourth Sunday of May