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From checking your candy to wearing safe Halloween costumes, find out how you can stay safe on the spookiest night of the year!
The second Monday of October is a two-in-one holiday. It's Thanksgiving in Canada and Columbus Day in the U.S! Find out more about the history, customs and all-around fun you can expect on this North American long weekend.
What's better than a holiday that you aren't allowed to wash on? You're also not allowed to eat that disgusting oatmeal your mom slops out for breakfast. Could Yom Kippur get any better?
There are a ton of holidays taking place in October besides Halloween, so if you're looking for something other than All Hallows Eve, why not try Columbus Day, Canadian Thanksgiving or United Nations Day?
For the entire month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world fast (basically not eating, but there's more to it). Get the lowdown on this important Islamic holiday.
L'shanah tovah! Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year but don't expect any fireworks, instead you can break out the apples, slice them up and start dipping them in honey! Get the goods on this important Jewish holiday.
Before you start counting down the days 'til Christmas break, check out these fun September holidays to celebrate while you wait.
La Tomatina is one of the messiest festivals the world has to offer. Kidzworld gives you the scoop on this vitamin-packed free-for-all!
Less than 100 years ago women weren't allowed to vote. Can you believe that?! Women's Equality Day on August 26th celebrates the leaps women have made in the past century.
Left-handed people have it rough. Not only is the world built for right-handers but lefties are the subject of many jokes...
It's August! Time to celebrate holidays like Left Hander's Day, Women's Equality Day, Sister's Day and Middle Child Day. If you're looking for an excuse to party before school starts again, take a look at these quirky August holidays!
France celebrates Bastille Day on July 14. It's like the U.S. Independence Day except France remembers the French Revolution. Citizens rebelled against their king and queen by storming the Bastille prison.
On July 4 Americans celebrate Independence Day. The history behind this holiday - which dates all the way back to 1776 - includes a tea party, a massacre, treason, war, secret meetings and one very important written document.
There are tons of holidays to celebrate in July, including Canada Day, the Fourth of July in the U.S. and Bastille Day in France. And don't forget the unofficial holidays like Flitch Day and All or Nothing Day!
For most Canadians, Canada Day is about BBQs fireworks and warm weather (plus a day off work!). But there's a lot more to July 1st than that. This day has gone through several name changes in the last 100 years.
Summer solstice is the first day of summer. It's also the longest day of the year. That doesn't mean our day has more than 24 hours in it - we just have more sunlight. Read on for some Summer Solstice fun!
Father's Day isn't just a day for Dad to get more ties. It's about honoring all the men who've been a father figure.
June is the start of the summer, so get ready to celebrate holidays like Father's Day, the Summer Solstice, Donald Duck's birthday, the Superman Celebration and World Environment Day.
Memorial Day isn't just a day off school. It's a day to remember all those people who died in war. The holiday goes all the way back to the Civil War and even has its own tune called Taps.
Victoria Day is a Canadian national holiday where schools close and people get the day off work! It's all to celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday.