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SAINTVALENTINE’SDAY February is the month to celebratelove. It is celebrated the 14thfebruary. They celebrate Valentines Day bygiving flowers, candy and cards tothose who love. Valentine was a priest that decide tocelebrate marriages when it wasprohibited.
It’s celebrated in March or April.Children paint and decorate eggs.The Easter Bunny is a magic rabbitthat hides eggs for the little boys andgirls.The symbols for Easter are: the chicks,the easter eggs and the flowers.
SAINT PATRICK’S DAY Saint Patricks Day is celebrated on March 17th. He is the patron of Ireland.
INDEPENDENCE DAY (4THJULY) It is considered Americas birthday,Independence Day marks the anniversary of theday the Declaration of Independence. People celebrate that day with fireworks, picnics,fun and games. The american flag is more importantthat day. They make a parade tocelebrate it.
HALLOWEEN On October 31st, Halloween is celebrated, thought tobe the one night of the year when ghosts, witches, andfairies are especially active.
People give the children sweets. People decorate the houses. The symbol is a PUMPKIN People dress up in costumes such as:ghost, witches, zombies,…and gotrick- or- treating
THE BONFIRE NIGHTGUY FAWKES It’s celebrated in England on the 5th November. Guy Fawkes was a man who wanted to explode theParliament and kill the king.
Children make a guy and they put it on the bonfire inthe parks. They have picnics, they eat hot dogs and toffee apples. They watch fireworks.
THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving celebrates the help the NativeAmericans gave to the pilgrims. It also celebrates what we are thankful for. In the United States, Thanksgiving is celebratedthe fourth Thursday of November.
Thanksgiving is celebrated by having a bigdinner with friends and family. We eat turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. We also celebrate by watching football and goingto the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
BLACK FRIDAY Black Friday is the night of Thanksgiving. It begins at midnight where stores open and offerbig sales. People wait outside all night in long lines, in thecold, just to get things on sale.
CHRISTMAS It’s celebrated on the 24th and25th December. People decorate a christmastree. People give presents to theirfamily and friends Santa Claus comes.
Food: turkey, vegetables and christmaspudding. The boys and girls receive presents
NEW YEAR’S EVE It is celebrated on December 31th. People host New Year’s parties andcelebrate with their friends and family. People drink champagne at midnight andwatch the ball drop in Times Square in NewYork City.