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Top 60 Things That You Need to Know about Seasonal Holidays in 2023

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This is a word that North Africans made up to describe the time between Thanksgiving and the New Year. This is used to give an overview of all the American holidays. Most Canadians and Americans go back to their homes from here. They take time off to celebrate these seasonal holidays with their families. This gives a nice break from work or school during the year.

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When school or college is out, students and college students get short breaks, but people who work also get breaks. Holidays that happen at certain times of the year are more often called the “festive season” in English-speaking countries and the United Kingdom. This is partly because of all the holidays between Thanksgiving and the start of the New Year. This is the week between Christmas Event and New Year’s Day, which is why it’s called the “Christmas Holidays.”

At this time, most places of business are closed, and public holidays are called.

When fall and winter come, many people who celebrate holidays at this time of year get excited and start making plans. There are a lot of holidays to learn about, both religious and cultural. Here are some different holidays to remember this year.

What are the Seasonal Holidays?

The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is called the Seasonal Holidays. It has Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and the last day of the year.

Some people call the Seasonal Holidays the holidays. Most of the time, these terms are used to talk about all the holidays that happen around this time, whether the person using the term celebrates them or not. Christmas season and Christmastime, on the other hand, are specific terms for the time leading up to Christmas.

People often say “Seasonal Holidays” to each other to wish them a happy holiday season.

Where do Seasonal Holidays come from?

The term “Seasonal Holidays” was first used in the 1800s. Seasonal Holidays is not an official name. It is just a way of talking about a time when there are a lot of holidays to celebrate. It doesn’t have a set date for when it starts, but most people think it starts on Thanksgiving. Still, some people start the holiday fun before Thanksgiving by, for example, putting up Christmas decorations.

The term “festive season” means about the same thing as “Seasonal Holidays,” but it is usually thought to start after Thanksgiving.

Seasonal Holidays 2023

Date

Holiday

Day

January 1, 2023

New Year’s Day

Sunday

January 16, 2023

Martin Luther King Day

Monday

January 24, 2023

Belly Laugh Day

Tuesday

February 2, 2023

Groundhog Day

Thursday

February 12, 2023

Lincoln’s Birthday

Sunday

February 14, 2023

Valentine’s Day

Tuesday

February 20, 2023

Presidents Day and Washington’s Birthday

Monday

February 21, 2023

Mardi Gras Carnival

(New Orleans)

Tuesday

March 12, 2023

Daylight Saving

(Start)

Sunday

March 17, 2023

St. Patrick’s Day

Friday

April 1, 2023

April Fool’s Day

Saturday

April 7, 2023

Good Friday

Friday

April 9, 2023

Easter

Sunday

April 10, 2023

Easter Monday

Monday

April 22, 2023

Earth Day

Saturday

May 5, 2023

Cinco de Mayo

Friday

May 14, 2023

Mother’s Day

Sunday

May 20, 2023

Armed Forces Day

Saturday

May 28, 2023

Pentecost

Sunday

May 29, 2023

Memorial Day

Monday

May 29, 2023

Pentecost Monday

Monday

June 14, 2023

Flag Day

Wednesday

June 18, 2023

Father’s Day

Sunday

July 4, 2023

Independence Day

Tuesday

July 23, 2023

Parents’ Day

Sunday

September 4, 2023

Labor Day

Monday

September 10, 2023

Grandparents’ Day

Sunday

September 11, 2023

Patriot Day or September 11th

Monday

September 16, 2023

Stepfamily Day

Saturday

September 17, 2023

Citizenship Day

Sunday

September 22, 2023

Native American Day

Friday

October 9, 2023

Columbus Day

Monday

October 16, 2023

Boss’s Day

Monday

October 21, 2023

Sweetest Day

Saturday

October 31, 2023

Halloween

Tuesday

November 5, 2023

Daylight Saving

(End)

Sunday

November 11, 2023

Veterans’ Day

Saturday

November 23, 2023

Thanksgiving

Thursday

November 24, 2023

Black Friday

Friday

November 27, 2023

Cyber Monday

Monday

December 7, 2023

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Thursday

December 25, 2023

Christmas Day

Monday

December 31, 2023

New Year’s Eve

Sunday

The Different Seasonal Holidays 

  • Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a seasonal holidays that people from the United States, Canada, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Liberia celebrate. It usually happens on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada. In Japan and Germany, there is also a festival with a name like this one. Families and friends get together to celebrate the holiday with a feast and dinner.

This is to say how happy we are about the good harvest this year. As meals are shared and family values are brought back, there is a sense of community and brotherhood. Turkey is one of the most popular types of food that people like to eat. It is usually served with vegetables, especially pumpkin, that have been seasoned. People think that Thanksgiving has a lot of religious and cultural roots. But now it’s also a holiday for people who don’t believe in God. Saying prayers of thanks is a big part of many religious traditions, and it’s also something that people do after a harvest.

English traditions say that the Thanksgiving holiday dates back to the Protestant Reformation, which is different from North American traditions. Even though the harvest in New England takes place before late November, the roots of the harvest festival are still there. People believe that God has given them special gifts, and Christian churches and other groups celebrate these gifts. In the United States, the Thanksgiving tradition has been going on since 1916.

  • Eid-al-Adha

Every fall, the date of the “Feast of the Sacrifice” changes because it is based on the moon. The Islamic holiday (Eid-ul-Fitr) is important all over the world because it remembers how willing Abraham was to sacrifice his son. Families usually wear nice clothes and pray together in a mosque or a large group. They kill their best halal domestic animals as a way to remember what Abraham did. In the end, most of the meat is shared by the community so that everyone can enjoy the party.

  • Memorial Day

Memorial Day is only celebrated in the United States. It’s celebrated every year on the last Monday of May and is intended to honor all men and women who gave their lives serving in the U.S. military.

Memorial Day used to be about remembering the people who died in the Civil War, but now it is also about all the soldiers who died in both World Wars, the Vietnam War, the Korean War, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Hanukah

Hanukkah is an important Jewish seasonal holidays that lasts for eight days and nights. It is also called the Festival of Lights. Every year, the start date is different, but it is always in November or December. In the 2nd century BC, the Jewish people fought back against the Seleucid Empire, which had taken over much of the Middle East and made Judaism illegal. Hanukkah is all about the time when Jewish fighters took back the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and were able to practice their religion again. Today, Jews all over the world celebrate the holiday by lighting candles in a traditional eight-branched candle holder called a Menorah, eating oily foods like doughnuts, and spending time with their families and communities.

  • St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas Day also called the Feast of St. Nicholas, is on December 6. It is the anniversary of the death of St. Nicholas, a Catholic saint who died in the third century and was the model for Santa Claus. St. Nicholas Day is not the same as Christmas. Like Christmas, it is based on a tradition of giving, which comes from the saint’s reputation for being very generous.

People say that St. Nicholas sold everything he owned and gave the money to the poor. He spent his whole life helping and caring for people who were sick and in pain.

The tradition of getting gifts from St. Nicholas started with Dutch children. The night before the holiday, they would leave their shoes out in hopes that Nicholas would bring them a treat.
In the past, good boys and girls were given shoes, stockings, small toys, and candy. When kids were bad, they got sticks, roots, or even coal.

When people moved to New Amsterdam, which is now New York, they brought the tradition with them.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Day is celebrated on the third Monday of January, which is close to the 15th, which is Mr. King’s birthday. Martin Luther King fought for the rights of African Americans in the area of civil rights. Four years before he was killed on April 4, 1968, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. On November 2, 1983, President Ronald Reagan made the day a holiday. Columbus Day and Washington’s Birthday are the only other federal holidays in the United States that honor historical figures.

Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia, which is where many of the day’s events take place. There will be marches, parades, and charity runs, and some of the city’s museums will let people in for free.

  • Christmas

Christmas

Christmas is the Christian seasonal holidays that celebrate the birth of Jesus. It is celebrated all over the world on December 25. “Christmas” comes from “Christ’s Mass” and is based on the liturgical year of Christians. It is also a civil holiday in many countries, and people celebrate by putting lights and greenery on their houses, singing carols, eating holiday foods, and giving each other gifts.

  • Las Posadas

From December 16 to December 24, this festival is held. It comes from Spanish Catholicism. This holiday season lasts for nine days. In Guatemala, Mexico, and the Southwestern United States, Las Posadas is also celebrated by a number of other Christian groups. When it’s Christmas, families look forward to going from house to house.

People carry a candle in a paper lampshade that each house signs. This keeps the procession going. When they get to a church or home, the people who are marching stopped. Here, everyone is ready to eat, drink pinatas, and sing Christmas songs. Las Posadas means “The Inns” in Spanish, and it is a way to remember the trip that Joseph and Mary took. They went from Nazareth to Bethlehem in search of a safe place for Mary to have the baby. Joseph and Mary went to a stable when they couldn’t find a place to stay in Bethlehem.

Jesus, the Christ Child, was born here. Every town and village in Mexico celebrate this holiday at the right time of year. A little boy or girl dressed as an angel leads the parade through the streets of the town. On this day, the children wear gold and silver clothes and carry candles with them. They also have pictures of Mary and Joseph riding with them on a donkey. The procession may not always be given a place to stay, but they are always given food and drink.

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  • Kwanzaa

This week-long holiday was made by Maulana Karenga in 1966. It runs from December 26 to January 1. African-American culture is celebrated in the US, Canada, and the African diaspora by decorating homes with colorful art and cloth, reading and thinking about the African Pledge, and lighting candles. During this time, people celebrate seven core ideas: self-determination, unity, shared work and responsibility, cooperative economics, creativity, a sense of purpose, and faith. The week ends with a feast and giving each other gifts.

There are a lot of holidays during this time of year, as well as all year long. Holidays can be even more fun when people celebrate diversity and honor traditions.

  • Mother’s Day

The first attempts to make Mother’s Day a holiday to honor mothers were made by women’s pacifist groups during the Civil War. Around the middle of the 1800s, Mother’s Day, which was brought to America by immigrants, became a very important annual event. Teacher and social activist Anna Maria Reeves Jarvis started “Mother’s Friendship Day” in 1858. Anna Maria Jarvis worked to get 45 states to agree to Mother’s Day in 1909. In 1914, the US Congress made the second Sunday in May a national holiday for Mother’s Day.

Like many other holidays, Mother’s Day has become very commercialized over the past few years. Big retail chains and small shops do everything they can to offer deals that will bring in as many customers as possible. Even with all the work, the most precious and heartwarming gifts are still the ones that kids make themselves or cards they make by hand.

One of the most common ways to celebrate Mother’s Day is to take our moms out to lunch or dinner so they don’t have to spend the day cooking.

  • Boxing Day

Boxing Day is a gift-giving seasonal holidays that started in Britain over a thousand years ago. Yes, boxes are a big part of what people do on Boxing Day.

On that day, it was common for tradesmen to get their “Christmas gifts,” which were gifts of money or goods for good service all year. Do you have any mailmen, handymen, or city doormen who have been especially helpful to you this year?

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, the tradition started because servants had to work for their masters on Christmas Day. The next day, they were free to spend time with their families, and their bosses would give them boxes with gifts, bonuses, and sometimes leftover food to take home.

One of the first times these gifts were given in a box was in 1663. In his diary, English politician Samuel Pepys writes that he sent a coach and a messenger to his shoemaker with money to pay his bill and “something for the boys’ box for Christmas.”

Later, during the time when Queen Victoria was in charge (1837–1901), Boxing Day changed. It turned into a time for churchgoers to put money in a box that the minister put out for that purpose. The poor got the money from the boxes.

  • Krampusnacht & St. Nicholas Day

Krampusnacht is a Germanic holiday that has been going on for hundreds of years. It is celebrated in Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, and of course, Germany. Krampus is said to be the opposite of St. Nicholas, who is celebrated the next day and gives gifts to good children. Krampus is said to punish bad children. His character is based on the Norse god Hel’s son. He has teeth, horns, and a whip. On December 6, people remember St. Nicholas for his strong faith, his focus on giving more than getting, and his care for the poor. Many people celebrate the day to add a spiritual touch to gift-giving and to get ready for the Christmas holiday, which is coming up soon.

  • Diwali

Diwali

This Hindu holiday is also called the “Festival of Lights” because it brightens the mood and atmosphere. Every year, this five-day event usually takes place in November or December. Diwali is a celebration of the fact that an Indian sage named Mahavira reached nirvana. It is also for the anniversary of the death of Hindu religious leader Swami Dayanand. Most people in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and a few other Asian countries celebrate this holiday at this time of year.

The small clay lamps that are lit are the main symbol. This means that good will win over evil power in the end. Everything bad will go away, and piety and righteous living will grow. People who celebrate it wear new clothes that look nice. These are bright and catchy, showing how excited they are and how willing they are to be groomed. People laugh together as firecrackers go off and make a lot of noise. When people want to thank or congratulate each other, they give each other sweets.

This is one of the most important festivals that Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains all host and take part in. It takes place in the Hindu month called Kartika, which is based on the moon. This is a very important Hindu religious ceremony that is all about how light wins over darkness. How good always wins over evil, and how knowing more is better than not knowing anything. People usually clean and decorate their homes, offices, and workshops before this holiday to get ready for it. Oil lamps and colorful art rings called rangolis are out in the open for everyone to see.

  • Bodhi Day

On December 8, Buddhists celebrate the day that the Buddha, also known as Shakyamuni or Siddhartha Gautama, became enlightened under a Bodhi tree in 596 BC. Buddha told his followers to blend in with their surroundings and not stand out too much or make a show of themselves. Many Buddhists and non-Buddhists can enjoy and share the lesson about being flexible and humble.

  • St. Lucy’s Day

Lucia Day, which is also known as Saint Lucy’s Day, dates back to the 4th century. As a Christian holiday, it honors the martyr Lucia of Syracuse, who, according to legend, brought food to Christians hiding in Roman catacombs by wearing a wreath of lit candles on her head to light her way.

  • New Year’s Eve

Tonight is the last night of the old year, and tomorrow is the first night of the new one. Many people have big parties at home or in bars and clubs with friends or family. At midnight, everyone stops counting down to the new year and traditionally drinks champagne and kisses the people around them. Many people also make a list of things they want to do or stop doing in the coming year. These are called “New Year’s Resolutions.” Start going to the gym or quit smoking, for example.

  • Easter

Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the fact that Jesus Christ came back to life. It is a festival that is held on the first Sunday after the full moon that comes after the first day of spring. Easter is not a national holiday in the United States, and because it falls on a Sunday, most businesses and stores may have shorter hours or be closed all day.

Americans celebrate Easter with dishes and decorations that have always been made with eggs. Egg hunts are held in many places, mostly for children’s entertainment. The Easter Bunny hides eggs for the egg hunt, which is a game for the whole family. Most of the time, the Easter Bunny also brings gifts.

  • Valentine’s Day  

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  • Independence Day

Independence Day, also known as The Fourth of July or July 4th, is a federal holiday in the United States. It is a celebration of the 18th century when America won its independence from Great Britain.

The United States Continental Congress voted for independence on July 2, 1776, and delegates from the 13 colonies signed the Declaration of Independence two days later. Since then, July 4th has been celebrated as the day the United States got its freedom. In 1941, it was made a federal holiday.

In the past, July 4th has been celebrated with fireworks, parades, concerts like A Capitol Fourth, which PBS has been showing for almost 40 years, and family gatherings like barbecues and cook-outs.

This July 4, as we celebrate American independence, let’s also learn more about the complicated history and origins of the holiday and take a closer look at the lives and contributions of some of America’s Founding Fathers. Check out some of the links below to help your kids understand what the Fourth of July is all about.

Google Doodle For Seasonal Holidays

Google has this interesting Christmas-looking Doodle on its home page today with the alt tag that says Seasonal Holidays 2022. When you click on it, it takes you to search for holiday information.

Tonight begins the holiday of Chanukah, so maybe that is why they put up the Christmas decorations logo. Google did put up their Hanukkah decorations for 2022 a few days ago, but you have to search for [chanukah], [hanukah], or other similar words to find them.

Are there seasonal holidays for another season this week? Christmas isn’t until the 25th, and Kwanza isn’t until the 26th. It’s no longer Thanksgiving.

So, today is Advent. Advent is a liturgical season that is observed by most Christian groups as a time of waiting and preparing for both the celebration of Christ’s birth at Christmas and his return at the Second Coming.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Seasonal Holidays

What does 6th December Celebrate?

Nicholas Day is the feast day (December 6) of St. Nicholas, who was a bishop in Myra in the fourth century.

How long is the Christmas holiday in the UK?

In England and Wales, schools usually close for two weeks around Christmas and Easter, for about six weeks during the summer, and for a week in the middle of each of the three terms.

What is the most popular holiday?

The most popular seasonal holidays in the United States are Thanksgiving and Christmas. A survey done in the third quarter of 2021 found that Thanksgiving was 81 percent more popular than Christmas, which was 77 percent.

What do they call Christmas in England?

Christmas is no different. Some Brits will call it Chrimbo instead of Christmas. Boxing Day is the day after Christmas in Britain and a few other Commonwealth countries. It is now a bank and public holiday.

What holidays are in the fall?

Most people in the U.S. celebrate two holidays in the fall: Halloween on Oct. 31 and Thanksgiving in November. Even though Halloween is a big part of life in the West, other places have their own fall traditions.

What’s the least popular holiday?

Every year, we make a big deal out of Valentine’s Day, but most Americans wish we wouldn’t. A new poll found that Valentine’s Day might be the major holiday that Americans like the LEAST.

What is the oldest holiday in the world?

The most ancient “holidays” have to do with the moon and seasons. Religious holidays come next, and some of them are tied to things that happen in the sky. A comet that hit the island of Thera about 3,300 years ago and “disappeared” is linked to the holiday of Passover.

What are the special occasions?

A “special occasion” is just a day or event that is very important. Birthdays, graduations, weddings, and other events can be special.

What are the special occasions?

A “special occasion” is just a day or event that is very important. Birthdays, graduations, weddings, and other events can be special.

Which holidays are in the spring?

Spring has sprung! There are ideas for Easter, Passover, St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco de Mayo, and other spring holidays.

What two holidays are in autumn?

As fall starts to get serious and the leaves start to fall, most Americans are thinking about Halloween and Thanksgiving. The rest of the world celebrates in their own unique ways while we stuff ourselves with free candy and a feast of turkey and stuffing.

What holiday is after Black Friday? 

Thanksgiving weekend was a good start, especially since sales on Black Friday kept getting more and more popular. Black Friday was the busiest shopping day during the holiday season for the second year in a row, followed by Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday.

Which country has the most public holidays?

Cambodia has the most public holidays of any country in the world. There are 28 public holidays every year. Sri Lanka comes next with 25, India and Kazakhstan with 21, Colombia, the Philippines, and Trinidad and Tobago with 18, China and Hong Kong with 17, and Thailand, Turkey, and Pakistan with 16.

What countries don’t celebrate Halloween?

Russia. Russia does not celebrate Halloween at all. In fact, Russians are very vocal about why they don’t like the holiday and why it shouldn’t be celebrated there. Some politicians and religious groups say that it goes against their cultural and Christian values.

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