Which do I celebrate? I saw this type of question a lot around the Holidays last year. Yule or Christmas, then of course there's the current holiday Ostara or Easter, and let's not leave out Samhain or Halloween. You get the idea.
My question is, why choose? Very few of us grew up celebrating Yule, Ostara, Samhain or had any idea about the wheel of the year. When we were kids Spring meant Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, and lots of candy; Fall brought costumes, going out at night, and more candy; Winter was all about Christmas, Santa Claus, presents, and of course...candy. There were family traditions that were followed year after year, passed down through the generations and some new ones thrown in occasionally. These are the things that stuck with us as we became adults and started our own families. So why should we turn our backs on all those good memories and traditions just because we've chosen a different path for ourselves?
I say don't! After all, being witchy is based on tradition and lore passed down through generations. I say celebrate both! Follow your path and acknowledge the turning of the wheel but don't forget your roots. Celebrate the generally acknowledged holidays as well. Have fun with them! Keep the family traditions you enjoyed as a child and maybe incorporate your current path and make some new traditions.
Remember, this isn't a secret club that will revoke your membership if you celebrate Easter (or Christmas, or Halloween). That's the beauty of it...nothing is set in stone! Do what works for you because there's only one rule..."And ye harm none, do what ye will."