Christmas

Held on Dec 25th, this day marks the birth of Jesus Christ. It is celebrated with the tradition of Santa Claus bringing children gifts of toys and candy. It is a joyous occasion in the Christian...

Chanukah

Also called the festival of lights, Chanukah or Hannakuh honors the victory over Greek oppression and persecution. The joyous celebration lasts 8 days.

Pearl Harbor Day

celebrated on December 7 Pearly Harbor Day is held to commemorate the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, then the deadliest attack on U.S. soil. It was the catalyst for the United State entering WWII.

Veterans Day

Originally called Armistice Day but was changed to Veterans Day in 1954 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to commemorate all of the men and women who served and died on all of the wars of the United States.

Thanksgiving Day

Celebrated on the 4th Thursday in October it is a day to give thanks for everything we have, that we’ve worked hard for as a nation. It is usually highlighted by a feast featuring turkey, bread stuffing, gravy and favorite family recipes. Thanksgiving was first...