• 6 Nations Rugby

    The 6 Nations Rugby Championship is an international rugby union competition played annually involving 6 European Countries names, England, France,

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  • Australia Day

    On the Australian Day, many people have a day off work and use the day to reflect on the achievements of the nation and also picnic at a park.
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  • Back to School

    The Back to School season is the period main in August when students and parents shop for supplies and clothing in preparation for upcoming school

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  • Birthdays

    A birthday is a day that comes once a year, except for leapers born in February 29th, when a person celebrates the anniversary of his or her birth

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  • Black Friday

    In the United States, the day after Thanksgiving Day is called Black Friday. The name Black Friday originated from Philadelphia where is was used t

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  • Bonfire Night

    Bonfire Night also know as Guy Fawkes Day and Fireworks Night is an annual event observed on the 5th of November in the United Kingdom. It started

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  • Chinese New Year

    The Chinese New year, also know as the Spring Festival, is a significant traditional holiday in China. The festival as a time to honour ancestors

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  • Christmas

    Christmas Day is an annual celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ celebrated on the 25th of December. Christmas is a major festival and public h

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  • Cyber Monday

    Cyber Monday is the Monday after Black Friday which is the Friday immediately after Thanksgiving in the United States. The term "Cyber Monday" came

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  • Diwali

    Diwali the contraction of Deepavali and also known as the festival of lights, is a Hindu Festival celebrated over 5 days. Diwali starts with Dhante

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  • Easter

    Easter is a Christian season celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the 3rd day after crucifixion on the cross at Calvary. This event is d

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  • Father's Day

    Father's day is the celebration of fathers, fatherhood, paternal bonds, male parenting and the influence of fathers in our communities. This includ

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  • Halloween

    Halloween (Hallowe'en) also known as All Hallows' Eve is an annual celebration observed on the 31st of October which is the eve of the All Hallows

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  • Hanukkah

    Hanukkah also called the Festival of Lights and Feast of Dedication is a 8-day Jewish holiday commemorating the re-dedication of the Holy Template

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  • Independence Day

    Independence Day commonly know as the Fourth of July is a national holiday commemorating the Declaration of Independence on the July 4th 1776 from

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  • Kwanzaa

    Kwanza is an African-American holiday celebrated to give Blacks an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history. The word Kwanzaa was deri

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  • Mardi Gras

    The Mardi Gras season or Carnival season refers to the celebrations that occur after Epiphany to the day before Ash Wednesday. It is the French tra

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  • Mothers Day

    Mother's Day is a day celebrated on various days in many parts of the wold to honour mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds, and the roles mother p

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  • New Year

    New year is the first day of the year at which a new calendar year begins and the calendars year count is incremented. In the Gregorian calendar, w

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  • Red Nose Day

    The highlight of Comic Relief is the Red Nose Day, a fundraising event products on television. Comic relief was founded in 1985 in response to the

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  • Remembrance Day

    Remembrance Day is an annual event observed by commonwealth countries to remember the members of their armed forces that died in thee World War 1.

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  • Robert Burn's Night

    Celebrate the birthday of Scotland's favourite son and poet, Robert Burns. January 25th is the time to dust off the whiskey tumblers, unearth the h

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  • St Andrew's Day

    St Andrew's day is celebrated on 30 November and commemorates the feast day of Saint Andrews the patron saint of Scotland. It was designated as an

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  • St David's Day

    St David's Day is the Welsh feast day of Saint David the patron saint of Wales celebrated on the 1st of March. St David was recognized as the natio

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  • St George's Day

    St George's Day is the feast day of Saint George and celebrated by many Christian Churches and nations where Saint George is the patron Saint like

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  • St Patrick's Day

    St Patrick's Day is commemorated on the 17th of March as a cultural and religious holiday in Ireland. It is named after Saint Patrick the most reco

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  • Thanksgiving Day

    Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday celebrated in the United States and Canada. It is a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest

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  • Valentine's Day

    St Valentines day commonly known as Valentine's Day of Feast of Saint Valentine is commemorated on the 14th of February worldwide. St Valentine's d

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  • Victory in Europe Day

    Like Remembrance Day, Victory in Europe Day also known as VE Day marks the date when World War II allies formally accepted the unconditional surren

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  • Weddings

    A wedding is a ceremony where people are united in marriage. Wedding traditions differ greatly based on cultures, ethnic groups, religion, country

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