After you've had all the turkey and mashed potatoes you can eat, head outside to see a special full moon this long weekend. A full Hunter's Moon can be seen across Canada on Thanksgiving. So while you're recovering from a food coma take in an incredible celestial event.\nThe full Hunter's Moon will be visible across Canada during the Thanksgiving long weekend and it's sure to be a stunner. The moon is so special because it's the only moon during the entire month that is in the sky the entire night.\nThe Hunter's Moon can be seen right as the sun sets and will be up in the sky until it sets at sunrise.\n"Nature is particularly cooperative around the time of the autumn equinox to make the fall full moonrises unique," according to EarthSky.\nThe Hunter's Moon will reach its peak on October 13 but it will be full starting on the morning of October 12 and last until the morning of October 15.\nIt's so easy to see this special celestial event. You literally just have to look to the sky and you'll be able to see the Hunter's Moon.\nSince this particular moon rises from the horizon at sunset it can seem bigger and more orange which is perfect for Thanksgiving.\nView this post on Instagram 13th October 5:08pm : Hunter’s Moon 🌕 . This upcoming full moon symbolises change and the preparation for winter. As the trees shed their leaves, the moon resembles this through its orange colour, as we watch nature unwind. . . The turning of the leaves is a symbol of clearing for us, to cut ourselves free from all that is holding us down. Embrace this period of change with the full moon and nature, let go of any negative energies, stress and worry. Focus on celebrating life and all its joys. . . The Hunters moon is also the only night of the month in which you can see the moon in the Sky all night! What will you be doing to celebrate this full moon? A post shared by The Tiger Boe Centre (@thetigerboecentre) on Oct 10, 2019 at 5:56am PDT\nThe Hunter's Moon is only one of two full moons whose names aren't tied to a specific month. This moon is directly related to the Harvest Moon.\nView this post on Instagram This Sunday, October 13th is the next full moon! 🌕 This month’s moon is referred to as the Hunter’s Moon, Harvest Moon and even Blood Moon in some traditions. 💉 Get ready to charge those crystals witches!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #summonedgoods #summonedgoodsshop #fall #autumn #october #witchy #witchesofinstagram #spooky #lovethistimeofyear #moon #selenophile #witchyvibes #huntersmoon #harvestmoon #bloodmoon #howlatthemoon #crystals A post shared by Summoned Goods (@summonedgoodsshop) on Oct 10, 2019 at 2:00pm PDT\nThe Hunter's Moon is the first full moon to happen after the Harvest Moon so it can either happen in October or November. It all depends on when the Harvest Moon is.\nLuckily this year's Hunter's Moon coincides with Thanksgiving.\nAccording to the Thanksgiving weekend forecast, the rain will clear out from B.C., Ontario, Quebec and some parts of Atlantic Canada on Saturday which makes for optimal viewing of the Hunter's Moon on Sunday.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.