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What special occasions or holidays do you celebrate?



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What special occasions or holidays do you celebrate?

Like many people, I celebrate Christmas, but not everyone does. Also, I like to have Halloween parties with my family as well as various spring related activities. In the late spring we visit local farms to pick berries and vegetables. Though this is not an official holiday, it's a special occasion we observe every year. What are some special occasions or holidays you celebrate yearly?

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Beverly

We love watching Doctor Who together as a family. This is one of our relaxing activities and a really good bonding time as we all talk about favorite moments and reminisce about happy moments we had when first watching episodes. It's fun to have other people to share with. Maybe this is not a typical 'special occasion' but we really like it, so I'm going to count it.




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munmun

I like to celebrate birthday.




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menchuuy58

Me too! I love celebrating birthdays. I am thankful for the day I was born.




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Ashlyn

We celebrate anniversaries, birthdays, Christmas and Easter. In my house, we don't usually decorate for the holidays, except for Christmas and then the decorations stay up into January.




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Ophelia

I don't usually celebrate holidays except for Christmas. Maybe when I find a boyfriend, I will feel like celebrating more.




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Sylvester

We celebrate birthdays as a big occasion. Christmas and other holidays are more low key in my family, but we do exchange gifts.




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twilight

Halloween, Easter, Christmas, Valentines day, our bdays, anniversaries, Thanksgiving, New years.




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PinkTurtle

In my country we don't celebrate Halloween or Thanksgiving, it's not in our culture to do so. But we do celebrate Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, new years eve, Valentines day and easter- but not with the bunny and the eggs and all that stuffs but in a more religious way, going to church and so on.




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Heatman6190

It's Christmas, New Year and Easter that we normally celebrate here in Nigeria my beloved country. The ones people takes more serious in celebrating is Christmas and New Year celebration.

People tend to save a lot for this celebration, they buy lots of things, cook lots of food, buy lots of gifts, drinks, clothes etc. It's truly a cherish and valued moment in a year.




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Pixie06

I live in a multicultural country and I celebrate several festivals. I really love those festivals as I get to meet other people, have a good chat and make new friends. In some of those festivals, I also have to wear traditional clothes and prepare traditional foods. This is fun and exciting.




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Kakashi2020

First on my list is Christmas Eve Dinner, then we have New Years Eve, Midnight Mass which is from December 16-24 between 12am-6am, Valentine's Day, Birthdays, Easter, Graduations, Weddings, Babtismals, Wedding Anniversaries and Holloween. After which comes the Fiestas and National Celebrations like National Heroes Day, Independence Day and others.




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Kakashi2020

In my country Valentine's Day is like Christmas in a way. It's the second busiest day in the year. First of course is Christmas Eve or December 24. Every 14th of February you'll see huge traffic jams and couples, families walking about everywhere. Restaurants are filled to the brim and malls, parks are also filled with people.




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menchuuy58

I celebrate birthdays and Christmas as special occasions. I am thankful for my birth and the birth of our one and only Savior the Lord Jesus Christ. He is the reason for the season.




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