The sixth month of the year is found in the old calendars as the month of Szent Iván (St. John the Baptist).

The Day of the Corpus Christi falls on the eleventh day after Pentecost, that is, the feast of the Blessed Sacrament. In honor of the holiday, a procession is still held in the villages of Rye Island today. In the old days, all inhabitants of the village – the old and the young ones - prayed together for an abundant harvest and physical health. The flowers and tree branches of the altar tents set up for this day were taken home after the procession and stabbed among garden plants to protect them from pests.

June 8 is the Day of Medárd (St. Medardus). He is the best known weather predicting saint. According to observations, if it rains on the day of Medárd, then lighter or heavier rains are expected on each of the forty days following it.

June 24 is the birthday of St. John the Baptist in the church. However, related to the celebration of the solstice, a double holiday has developed in our region. This is St. John(Iván)'s Day fire jumping and fire consecration. On this day, bachelors walked along the village, asking for a twig at each house. From the collected wood, they lit a fire on the outskirts of the village in the evening, talking and singing around the fire. The deflating campfire was later jumped over by bachelors, and girls were also encouraged to do the same. The first girl to jump was thought to be getting married by the end of the year.

June 29 is the feast of St. Peter and Paul. According to folk tradition, on this day the lad or girl who heard the first bell from the church was to get married by the end of the year.