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Finally, it's spring! March 20th is the Spring Equinox, which means more sun, less chilly days and one step closer to summer.
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17th. Read on to find out the history of this Irish holiday.
March 8th is International Women's Day! This means that women all over the world look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change.
You know that St. Patrick's day is just around the corner, but do you know about all the other holidays you can be celebrating in March? Find out here!
Mardis Gras is French for Fat Tuesday and it means you should pig-out on this day. Mardi Gras is the day before Lent, which is the 40 day period between Ash Wednesday and Easter. This year it is March 4th!
February 17 is Presidents Day! Think you know your presidents? Did George Washington wear a wig? Do you know how many death threats Lincoln received while he was president?
Cupid works hard to make people fall in love with one shot of his arrow. Get the inside scoop on this important Valentine's Day figure!
Legend has it Valentine was an Italian bishop who lived about the same time as the priest Valentine. He was imprisoned because he secretly married couples, against the laws of the Roman emperor.
Check out the cool holidays you should be celebrating during February. Not only is Valentine's Day this month, but it's also Groundhog Day and Canadian Heritage Day!
The Year of the Horse is upon us in 2014 - keep reading to find out about the traditions and parties of the biggest Chinese holiday.
The third Monday in January is dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. Do you know why this man is so special that he gets his own holiday?
It's January, which that means there are ton of cool holidays to celebrate too. Martin Luther King Day, Robbie Burns Day and Elvis's Birthday all take place in January!
Adam Sandler explains Hanukkah best when he says, "Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights!" Find out what Hanukkah is all about!
From eating deer brains to hiding glass pickles, Kidzworld looks at old Christmas traditions from around the world.
October isn't just about dressing up like a freaky monster and scaring little kids. That's fun too, but so is United Nations Day - you get to eat tons of foreign food, sing and dance.
Mexican Independence Day is about more than food and fireworks. Find out the history behind this important Mexican holiday.
Here's an excuse to ditch the homework for a bit and eat Grandma's cookies and listen to Grandpa talk about the "good old days." On Grandparents Day, head over to their house, try their teeth on and compare fashion styles.
All work and no play makes for a very boring summer - and an excuse to cause some mischief. Instead of working on Monday, North Americans will be eating tons of beef and maybe thinking of a new job.
July 26th is all about you! All or Nothing Day is the day to live like it's your last. Do something you've never done before or always wanted to do. Sing in public, learn to drum or take a chance.
Flag Day has been a national holiday since 1949. It's time to break out your American flag and fly it high on June 14 for Flag Day in the United States.