It may be helpful to have the whole Paschal-cycle calendar (I'm going to include the Greek Tradition of the Akathist):
70 Days before Pascha (a Sunday): Sunday of the Parable of the Publican and the Pharisee
63 Days before Pascha (a Sunday): Sunday of the Parable of the Prodigal Son
57 Days before Pascha (a Saturday): Saturday of the Souls (although, technically, most Saturdays are for the Dead anyway)
56 Days before Pascha (Sunday): Judgment Sunday, a.k.a. Meatfare Sunday - feast recalling the Last Judgment; last day to eat meat before Pascha
50 Days before Pascha (Sat): Commemoration of the memory all the Monastics (although this is commonly also called a "Saturday of the Souls")
49 Days before Pascha (Sun): Forgiveness Sunday, a.k.a. Cheesefare Sunday - feast recalling God's infinite mercy; last day to eat dairy products before Pascha.
48 Days before Pascha (Mon): "Clean Monday," the first day of the 40-day Lenten period. Usually marked with extra church services, a change in colors in the Church, and a radical change in weekday services. No Divine Liturgy on a weekday during Lent, only Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts of St. Gregory the Dialogist.
In usual parish practice, on Monday evenings Great Compline is celebrated. This service is only done during Lent on weekday evenings in lieu of Vespers (which is now done in the mornings on Mon-Wed-Fri if done at all).
During the first week, there are additional Gospel readings to begin Lent that are done at all the Great Compline Services. Also, portions of the Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete are done (as mentioned above by Mr. Y).
46 Days before Pascha (Wed): Usually the first Presanctified Liturgy of the Season; these Liturgies are performed with regularity on Wed and Fri and on any major Saint day that falls during the week.
44 Days before Pascha (Fri): in lieu of Great Compline (which isn't done on Fri nights) there is the Small Compline with the Akathist Hymn (called Salutations), a service done the first 5 Fridays of Lent. It is a celebration of the Feast of the Annunciation, which always falls during Lent.
43 Days before Pascha (Sat): Feast of St. Theodore and the Miracle of the Kolyva (commonly also called a "Saturday of Souls")
42 Days before Pascha (Sun): Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy (the Restoration of the Icons)
35 Days before Pascha (Sun): Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas
28 Days before Pascha (Sun): Sunday of the Veneration of the Holy Cross
21 Days before Pascha (Sun): Sunday of St. John the author of the Ladder of Divine Ascent
17 Days before Pascha (Thu): Chanting of the Full Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete at Great Compline
16 Days before Pascha (Fri): 5th and Final Akathist Service, with the full Akathist hymn chanted.
15 Days before Pascha (Sat): Saturday of the Akathist Hymn
14 Days before Pascha (Sun): Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt
9 Days before Pascha (Fri): Last Day of Great Lent
8 Days before Pascha (Sat): The Raising of the Friend of the Lord Lazaros after 4 Days in the Tomb (A Resurrectional Saturday)
7 Days before Pascha (Sun): Palm Sunday, the Lord's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem.
GREAT AND HOLY WEEK (All commemorations begin the evening before the day stated)
6 Days before Pascha (Mon): Beginning of Great and Holy Week; Commemoration of Joseph, and of the Withering of the Fig Tree.
5 Days before Pascha (Tues): The coming of the Bridegroom and the Parable of the 10 Virgins
4 Days before Pascha (Wed): The contrast between the Sinful Woman who annointed the Lord, and Judas who betrayed Him; the day of the betrayal. It is customary to have the service of Holy Unction on Wed afternoon.
3 Days before Pascha (Thur): "On holy and great Thursday the godlike Fathers have arranged all things well and have handed on to us that we should celebrate in turn four events from the godlike Apostles and sacred Gospels: the sacred Washing, the mystical Supper (that is the handing on for us of the dread Mysteries), the transcendent Prayer and the Betrayal itself." (from the Anastasis.co.uk website).
2 Days before Pascha (Fri): "On holy and great Friday we remember the holy, saving and dread Sufferings of our Lord and God and Saviour, Jesus Christ: the spittings, the blows, the buffetings, the outrages, the mockings, the purple cloak, the reed, the sponge, the vinegar, the nails, the lance and above all the Cross and death, which he accepted willingly for our sake; but also the saving confession on the cross of the Good Thief, crucified with him." (same site as above)
1 Day before Pascha (Sat): "On the holy and great Sabbath we celebrate the burial of our Lord and God and Saviour, Jesus Christ and the Descent into Hell, through which our race, called back from corruption, has passed over to eternal life."
Then, numbering Pascha as the 1st day "of Pascha":
Days 2-7 Of Pascha (Mon-Sat) - "Bright Week," which is Pascha every day.
Day 6 of Pascha (Fri) - Also the commemoration of the Life-Giving Fount
Day 8 of Pascha (Sun) - "AntiPascha" in Greek, a.k.a. Thomas Sunday, recalling the request of Thomas and the Lord's appearance to him. The feast is celebrated all week.
Day 15 of Pascha (Sun) - Sunday of the Myrrh Bearing Women. The feast is celebrated all week.
Day 22 of Pascha (Sun) - Sunday of the Healing of the Paralytic. The feast is celebrated as major until Wed, commemorated in part all week.
Day 25 of Pascha (Wed) - Wednesday of Mid-Pentecost, Also the story of Jesus teaching in the temple as a youth. This feast is celebrated for one week.
Day 29 of Pascha (Sun) - Sunday of the Samaritan Woman. The feast is celebrated all week.
Day 36 of Pascha (Sun) - Sunday of the Healing of the Blind Man. The feast is celebrated until Tuesday.
Day 39 of Pascha (Wed) - The Leave-taking of Pascha. Celebration as if it were Pascha.
Day 40 of Pascha (Thu) - The Feast of the Ascension into Heaven of our Lord and God and Savior Jesus Christ. The feast is celebrated until the following Friday.
Day 43 of Pascha (Sun) - Commemoration of the Holy Fathers.
Day 48 of Pascha (Fri) - The Leave-taking of the Ascension. Celebration as if it were Ascension.
Day 49 of Pascha (Sat) - Saturday of Souls.
Day 50 of Pascha (Sun) - Pentecost Sunday, Commemorating the Descent of the Holy Spirit to the Apostles. A.k.a. Trinity Sunday.
Day 51 of Pascha (Mon) - Feast in honor of the Holy Trinity (any parishes called Holy Trinity celebrate today)
Day 56 of Pascha (Sat) - Leave-taking of Pentecost. Celebrated as if it were Pentecost.
Day 57 of Pascha (Sun) - Sunday of All Saints. End of the Paschal Cycle.