Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
an annual American college football bowl game
on January 1st (New Year's Day)
first in 1902
a part of the Tournament
of Roses "America's New
Year Celebration", which
also includes the historic
Tournament of Roses
annually since 1916
Why not Sunday?
In that case, it is held on the Monday, January 2nd.
parade has been held in Pasadena every New
Year's Day, except when January 1st is on Sunday.
"the Tournament has a
deal with God; we'll
never hold the parade
on a Sunday, and He'll
never let it rain on the
Originally started on January 1st, 1890
It is breathtaking parade of floats covered entirely with
flowers & marching bands.
the Tournament of Roses Parade is
what thousands of people come to
see and millions more watching on
their televisions internationally.
A day before the parade, people bring their chairs,
cars, and tents to get their space to watch the parade.
The parade is a spectacle of beauty that is unequaled any
where, so hundreds of thousands of spectators come and
watch the parade and many broadcasts come to show
them on the TV.
After the horses pass by, the volunteers walk behind them to remove
In the middle of the parade, jets fly around the sky
and make the phrases of celebrate.
All Hallows’ Eve Halloween
Believed that November 1st was the Celtics’ first
day of the year, before, so on October 31st, they
thought the dead visit their family as the ghosts
or the witches.
Celtics, therefore, wore masks and
made a fire to protect themselves.
Immigrants of Ireland and Scotland brought the
tradition to North America in the 19th century.
Decorating the house
- Before Halloween
Prince & princess
Wizards & Witches
Watch scary movie about
ghost & dead people
Jack – O’ – Lantern
Carve the pumpkins, and put the candle in
Wear costumes and walk around
Giving out the candies to the kids