Special Days In Brief
April Fool's Day ( All Fool's Day )
Day on the first of April when friends and family play jokes on one another.
The festival of Christ's birth celebrated by most Christian Churches on 25 December.
Halloween ( Hallowe'en )
Holiday celebrated on the evening of October 31 observed by children dressed in costumes who go from door-to-door collecting candy.
A day celebrating the anniversary of national independence; esp. 4 July in the US, commemorating the making of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
New year's Day
Holiday on January 1st which celebrates the beginning of a new year.
National holiday of feasting and giving thanks for divine blessings or goodness (celebrated on the last Thursday in November in the United States and on the second Monday in October in Canada).
Holiday observed in North America and in some European countries on February 14th in which people exchange tokens of love and affection (particularly between sweethearts).
All Saints' Day
Church festival celebrated on November 1st in honor of all of the saints.