2005 Holiday Special
The period from November well into the New Year is packed with a load of world-wide celebrations and holidays.
Right at the start of November the Near Eastern Hindu Diwali celebration begins and a few days later comes another holiday for those of the Islamic faith.
In the United States our Thanksgiving comes near the end of November and then both Jewish and Christian religions have a host of holiday and celebration days in the month of December.
Starting right after Christmas comes the African-American celebration Kwanzaa, which we detail elsewhere in this issue.
Christian celebrations continue into January and February.
While in the Northern part of the world the weather is getting colder and many places will see a “white Christmas (or Kwanzaa or Chaunika)” in the Southern part of the world it is getting hotter, so those “down under” are swimming, surfing, boating, sunbathing and barbecuing!
Whatever you celebrate over the next few months, be well and happy!
Our Holiday Special Issue continues with these offerings...
World Holidays 2005 |
Hawaiian Christmas |
Hawaiian Holiday Terms
Hawaiian Holiday Receipes |
Holidays Around The World for 2004 |
Holiday Recipes | Festivals and Displays
Christmas Facts |
Feliz Navidad (Mexican Christmas)
Techno Presents: Camcorders |
Day After Christmas (rhyme)
Christmas Cookies (Dark Humor) |
Solitary Yule Ritual (Wicca)
World Holidays November-December 2003 -
Winter Festivals and Lighting Displays 2003 -
Saying Merry Christmas In Many Languages -
Origin Of December 25th As Christmas Day
Story of the Candy Cane -
Christmas in The USA -
Treats To Leave For Santa
Fable of St. Nick -
Poetry: Christmas Recalled -
Poetry: Whispers The Wind
Holiday Traditions Revisited -
Movies: Santa Films -
Gift Ideas for Computer Owners
Picture Perfect Gift Ideas -
Religion: Luke's Christmas Story From The Bible
Recipe: Cooking A Turkey
Movavian Love-Feast Buns
A Solitary Wicca Yule Ritual
Why Are There Christmas Lights?
Holiday Festivals, Displays and Events -
Bah Humbug! -
Gift Ideas Under $10
Some Unique Mail Order Gifts -
Staying In The Holiday Spirit
Holidays Around the World
Holiday Festivals, Displays and Events - Diwali - India's Festival Of Lights
Holidays Around the World -
How Christmas Is Celebrated In Many Countries
The Origin of Some Christmas Traditions -
Picking and Trimming a Christmas Tree
Shipping Your Holiday Gifts -
Oh Ye Disbelievers: The Fable of Saint Nick -
Gifts She'll Love
Techno Gifts -
CD Musical Stocking Stuffers from Then to Now - Every pick's a hit!
Recipe: Christmas Cake -
Craft: Wreaths -