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I know there are people from other countries on here and I was just wondering what types of Holidays you celebrate.  I can’t say Happy 4th to someone who doesn’t celebrate it.  I hope this isn’t too personal




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      Coralee Flug wrote Jul 4, 2010
    • Well I am from Canada and live in the US - I celebrate both Canada Day and Independence Day happy

      Never to many reasons to celebrate life.




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      UK Girl wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • Obviously we don’t have 4th of July celebrations in the UK as it’s the day you stopped being a British colony  

      We have what are known as Bank Holidays (meaning the banks are shut as well) so 1st of May is one across Europe it is workers Day so all the workers have a holiday to start summer.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • I would love to hear about holidays that are celebrated outside of the USA.




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      Trudy S wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • Me too Coralee!  I am Canadian married to an American, living in the US.  We celebrate both...but I only get 7/4 off dang it!  estatic




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      Msrene wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • For me, a native of Los Angeles, CA, USA we celebrate the usuals...President’s Holiday, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, some schools and most government agencies celebrate Columbus Day and Veteran’s Day, we observe both Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.  Where I work, they do not recognize Martin Luther King Day so I use my float day to observe it.  Schools and government agencies are closed for this day, too.  My daughter’s school recognizes many of the Jewish Holidays as well, so she gets additional days out of school.




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