Pending what tradition or path you follow. Happy Full Moon to you!
For KOTH most of us honor this full moon as the "Wyrt Moon" or the "Corn Moon".
This is a time to harvest the gifts you have nurtured and give to those who are in need. Collect and store fresh herbs for the coming winter. Bake special breads to honor the God and Goddess of grain and growing things, share them with your family and friends but save some to offer the Earth.
Now for my husband's Native American hertiage, he would call it the Sturgeon Moon.
The fishing tribes are given credit for the naming of this Moon, since sturgeon, a large fish of the Great Lakes and other major bodies of water, were most readily caught during this month. A few tribes knew it as the Full Red Moon because, as the Moon rises, it appears reddish through any sultry haze. It was also called the Green Corn Moon or Grain Moon.
Things I like to do during this time is make Moon Biscuits.
"Moon Biscuits" Recipe
Moon Biscuits are traditionally eaten with wine during various moon
celebrations or rituals. They are made in the shape of the crescent moon,
and the whole hazelnuts in them represent the Full Moon that is to come.
250g/9oz Wholewheat Flour
75g/3oz Soft Light Brown Sugar
175g/6oz Butter or Vegan Marg
A Large Handful of Hazelnuts
Preheat oven to 300F or 150C.
Beat the butter or margarine with the sugar until blended.
Add the flour, and mix together to form a dough.
Knead on a floured surface.
Gently work the whole hazelnuts through it, flatten out to a depth of about half an inch.
If you have a moon-shaped pastry cutter, use this to form the biscuits.
However, you may want to cut the moon shapes yourself with a small sharp knife.
You can even add a few features, or Moon symbols, to the surface.
Place the biscuits on a baking sheet, and put in the oven until light golden brown.
I know alot of people make corn dollies during Imbolc. I also like to make them during this time of year. Especially since the husks are readily available.
I hope your Full Moon is magical, no matter what you call it!