holidays.jpgHOLIDAYS


It's interesting to know how some English spoken countries celebrates their holidays. Have a look to them:


JANUARY

1 New Year's Day

2 Bank Holiday

5Twelfth Night

6 Epiphany


19 Martin Luther King Jr. Day

25 Burns Night


26Australia Day

FEBRUARY

2
Groundhog Day

12/22
President's Day

14 Valentine's Day

24
Shrove Tuesday(Mardi Gras)

25 Ash Wednesday

29 Leap Year

MARCH

1St. David's Day

Lent

Shrove Tuesday


Ash Wednesday

8International Women's Day

17St. Patrick's Day

20/21Spring Equinox

22 Mothering Sunday

APRIL

1 April Fool's Day


12 Easter

Palm Sunday

Holy Thursday


10 Good Friday

Holy Saturday

Easter Sunday


13 Easter Monday

22 Arbor Day

22 Earth Day

23 St. George's Day


MAY

1 May Day

8 Mother's Day


23 Citizenship Day - Canada

24 Victoria Day

30Memorial Day


JUNE

14 Flag Day

18 Father's Day


20/21/22 Summer Solstice

23/24 Midsummer's Day/Eve

JULY

1 Canada Day


4 Independence Day (USA)

AUGUST

28 The Assumption of Mary

SEPTEMBER

15 See you at the Pole

16 International Day of Peace

22/23
Autumn Equinox

23 Labor Day

30
National Grandparents Day


OCTOBER

6/13 Canadian Thanksgiving

31 Halloween
NOVEMBER

1 All Soul's/Saint's Day


5 Guy Fawkes Day

26 US Thanksgiving

30 St. Andrew's Day
DECEMBER

6 St. Nicholas Day

24 Christmas Eve

25 Christmas Day


26 Boxing Day

26 St. Stephen's Day

26 Mummering

31 New Year's Eve






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