Matronalia is the festival of Juno, celebrated annually on March 1. It commemorates the dedication of the Temple of Juno in 375 BCE.
The Matronalia celebrated the sanctity of married life. During the festival, married women ceremonially processed to the temple of Juno, where they gave thanks to the goddess and prayed for harmony in their married lives. Wives received gifts from their husbands, and female slaves were invited to feast.