For some, Buddhism is principally a meditation practice and a way of living life that strives to maximize wakefulness and minimize suffering. For others, Buddhism is religion and central to their cultural heritage. In the West, you have a choice. You can approach Buddhism as a secular practice of meditation and ethics, or you can elaborate this into a cultural affiliation with a sectarian form of Buddhism such as Tibetan Buddhism or Zen. This chapter looks at some of the ceremonies and celebrations you can find in the Buddhist world.