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Great Holiday Articles

Groundhog Day - February fun with Phil
A glimpse at the famous Phil and his shadow of foretelling.

Hanukkah Day Party Ideas - 3 Quick Planning Tips
There are three traditional Hanukkah decorations for this Jewish holiday. These are the menorah, the dreidel and the gelt bag. The menorah is a sacred religious symbol while the dreidel and the gelt bag are children's toys to remind them of their Jewish heritage. But Hanukkah would be bare without these items.

Celebrate Kwanzaa and Remember Katrina
As we celebrate Kwanzaa this year and every year, let's also remember the 7 principles of Kwanzaa and how they can help to build, sustain and revive the communities affected by the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

April Fools Day
April Fools Day or All Fools’ Day is generally celebrated on April 1, with jokes and pranks being the order of the day.  Thanks to the Hilaria in ancient Rome, celebrated March 25, the fact that both occur around the Vernal Equinox, is not a coincidence.  

Arbor Day

Arbor Day is always celebrated the last Friday of April. Arbor comes from the Latin for tree and is why we say that rows of trees on either side of a drive or road or path is an arbor. National Arbor Day is what's known as the Tree planter's Holiday. It begin in Nebraska in 1872 and was used as a way to repopulate the trees in flat plain-filled areas.  This day each year sees literally tens of millions of trees planted in an ongoing humanitarian effort to re-tree this planet. Plant your own tree this Arbor Day!

 

 

 

 

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