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- ASPCA Fourth Of July Safety
Independence Day safety tips for pets.
- Auld Lang Syne
From the Burns Encyclopedia - the song that nobody knows.
- Boxing Day (Canada)
Boxing Day originated in England in the middle of the nineteenth century under Queen Victoria. December 26th became a holiday as boxes were filled with gifts and money for servants and tradespeople.
Chanukah is an eight day holiday which begins on the 25th day of the month of Kislev.
- Christmas Cheer
Check out the holiday recipes and play your favorite Christmas music.
- CPSC Fireworks Safety
Fireworks safety tips from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
- Fireworks Safety
The National Council on Fireworks Safety wants every American to have a safe Fourth of July. We know that most of the reported fireworks related injuries can be avoided. Our mission is to educate the public on the safe and responsible use of fireworks so as to eliminate injuries.
- Halloween safety tips for children, pets, and adults!
- Healthy Appetizer Recipes
Recipes for a New Year's Eve Appetizer Party For 25.
- Healthy Resolutions
Practical steps you can take to help yourself increase your chances for success at keeping your healthy resolutions.
- History of the Holidays
HistoryChannel.com provides information, traditions, and brief history about the Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa holidays.
- How Christmas works
A huge site that provides information on just about every aspect of the holiday season. For example: Why is there an evergreen tree in your living room? What about these fruitcakes? And more!
- Japanese New Year (Shogatsu)
In Japan, years are traditionally seen as completely separate from each other, and the new year as a fresh start. Shogatsu lasts from January 1 to January 3.
Kwanzaa: A Season of Celebration, Meditation and Recommitment
- Learning and Fun - Shabbat and Rosh Hodesh
Customs, prayers and information about Shabbat and Rosh Hodesh
- Maryland SPCA Fireworks Safety Tips
Tips on preventing problems during this holiday.
- National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS)
The national repository of data on the nonprofit sector in the United States.
- National Charities Information Bureau (NCIB)
Ratings for charitable organizations. A source for people who want to make charitable contributions (holidays or not).
- National Safety Council
National Safety Council
- New Year's Eve Facts
Website contains fun facts about New Year's Eve history and traditions (including the lyrics to Auld Lang Syne).
- Popular New Year's Resolutions
Links to sites about losing weight, paying off debt, saving money, getting a better job, getting fit, eating right, getting a better education, drinking less alcohol, quitting smoking, reducing stress, reducing stress at work, taking a trip, and volunteering to help others.
- Printable Halloween Recipes to spice up your table!
- Recipe for Halloween worms
- The American Secular Holidays Calendar
Enter any year and receive a list of holidays and what day they fall on for that year.
- Winter Holiday Roundup (Boxing Day)
Despite its name, Boxing Day, which is celebrated on December 26 in Great Britain, has nothing to do with pugilistic competition.
- Winter Solstice Celebrations
On that day, due to the earth's tilt on its axis, the daytime hours are at a minimum in the Northern hemisphere, and night time is at a maximum.
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