Villagers daily lives (aside from the occasional raid) don't have much variation. I believe every once in a while the villages should experience a festival or large event based on celebrating their new different cultures based on biomes. Their biome would most likely mean that each culture has their festivals at different times. Perhaps Deserts have them every 15 days, but snow villages have them every full moon.
The villagers could have specific trades on these days / nights and other regular trades could become cheaper than regular, giving the player incentive to visit during and experience it.
This could also outwardly be represented through different clothes for the villagers during this time, possibly going as far as decorating their homes and golems! Perhaps the players reputation could go up for attending and helping out during these ceremonies, IE wearing proper colored leather armor, or lighting off fireworks!
These festivals could also make use of things such as fireworks, or banners to indicate their arrival. They also relieve villagers of their current schedule, and they spend the day simply playing, and conversing with one another.
Perhaps mini-events could take place during this festival, such as villager singing, or more realistically, dancing. These festivals of course wouldn't draw too much inspiration or parallel any real world festivals or religious ceremonies, they'll be simply fictitious.
Arriving players could possibly be greeted with a status effect of some kind to indicate that the village is going on, and encourage them to stick around! I believe also if a festival were to occur at night time, monsters wouldn't spawn for quite a good range from the village, and would be incapable of wandering into the village without being angered. (perhaps them staying away could be a reason FOR celebration?)
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