Independence Day Celebrations
the month of July, America, Canada, France and the Bahamas all observe their
independence Day Celebrations with lively parades and music.
celebrations are a time of year when friends and family get together.
They sing songs, go to plays like the Nutcracker, and have parties.
Labor Day Celebrations
created from the knight of Labor, Labor Day Celebrations honor the blue-collar
worker. It is celebrated the 1st Monday in September.
Columbus Day Celebrations
Day celebrations are mostly popular in Italy and among Italian- American citizens in
the United States. It's celebrated the 2nd Monday in October!
Memorial Day Celebrations
Day Celebrations take place on the last Monday of May. It is to remember
the brave men and women who died in war for our freedoms.
creepy and scary Halloween Celebrations keep the spirit live and out of the
grave. Kids of all ages love the candy and haunting time.
Valentines Day Celebrations
and friends enjoy Valentines Day Celebrations with each
other. It is a popular day for marriage engagements.
Mardi Gras Celebrations
Major excuse for a party includes Mardi Gras Celebrations. Gold,
green and purple are Mardi Gras theme colors on a King cake.
Patrick's Day Celebrations
beer, shamrocks, and parades are staples at St. Patricks Day Celebrations. The custom came to American in 1737.
Flag Day Celebrations
white and blue with the USA flag flying high signifies most Flag Day
celebrations each year on June 14th. (Also, known as National Flag Day.)
Cinco de Mayo Celebrations
5th of May is Cinco de Mayo which commemorates Mexico's victory over the
French army in 1862. The festive spirit of Cinco de Mayo celebrations are observed with food, folkloric dancing, music and parades.
4th of July Celebrations
July celebrations are observed in American with pool parties, beach
parties & BBQ's. Hawaiian Luau is a popular 4th of July party theme.