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Saint Nicholas Day

Before there was Santa Claus, there was Saint Nicholas, known traditionally as the “bearer of gifts”. On December 6th many Europeans still celebrate Saint Nicholas Day. To find out more, read on! Back to Article

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Nikoletta
Nikoletta wrote:
2014-11-27 05:17:32 -0800

My saint....... smile

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Nikki567
Nikki567 wrote:
2013-12-07 12:53:00 -0800

Happy Saint Nick Day and Merry early Christmas

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qtgirl31
qtgirl31 wrote:
2013-12-07 10:55:38 -0800

My mom's birthday is on December 6th.

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Jordan
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Jordan wrote:
2013-12-06 11:23:09 -0800

happy Saint Nick Day! Big Grin

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naty1766
naty1766 wrote:
2012-12-08 06:58:48 -0800

i go to my aunts house and there r ppl over their house we get kisses and i just have fun with my family but mostly the presents they give me hahahahahahah

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essiEo
essiEo wrote:
2012-12-05 10:32:18 -0800

celebrated it at school last friday it was awesome, but this year we're not gonna do it at home.. no idea why and in here it's on 5 december

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selenagomez6123
selenagomez6123 wrote:
2011-12-05 08:20:01 -0800

Haha! I just celebrated this today at school.

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Fave Thing About the Holidays?

  • All the tasty food.
  • Presents!
  • Seeing my friends and family.
  • I don't like the holidays.

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