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Robbie Burns Day is a Scottish holiday named after the poet who was born on January 25th, 1759. Any Robbie Burns festival includes bagpipes, Scotsmen in kilts, eating haggis and reading poetry!
Full moons are magical and you can catch them once a month! Find out more about the history and myths of the moon.
When most peeps think of holidays, they think of things like Christmas or Labor Day. They usually don't think of these...
If you've got a question that needs answering right now, Guru Joe is your man. Whatever your question, this dude's got the answers!
This holiday isn't just about spring cleaning. It's about adding some color to life. Kids can get away with pelting their teachers with colored water or powdered paints - how cool is that?
You've been captured and held prisoner on Planet Zug. Your only hope ofescape is to win this game! Play it now.
Canada isn't the oldest country around but that doesn't mean Canadians don't appreciate their history. Get the 411 on Canada's Heritage Day here!
Think you have the gravity-defying skills to blast Gary back into orbit? Play Gary's Gravity Challenge right here and find out!
Did you know there's a day dedicated to trees? It's called Arbor Day and we celebrate it every year on the last Friday in April.
What do you have to do to get a holiday named after you? You could do what Christopher Columbus did and discover some land!
Although the United States and Canada share much of the same culture, the origins of Canadian Thanksgiving are actually more closely connected to the traditions of Europe than America. Find out why!
March 8th is International Women's Day. This doesn't mean women from all over the world get together and go on a huge shopping spree. Instead, they look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change. - Page 2
March 8th is International Women's Day. This doesn't mean women from all over the world get together and go on a huge shopping spree. Instead, they look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change. - Page 3
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Be careful how you decorate your place this Christmas. You wouldn't want to offend anyone. You better take down that Santa. Oh, and don't put up a nativity scene. And those tunes have to go.
The Chinese start preparing for Mid-Autumn Festival weeks in advance. The holiday is all about the moon so get your howling voice ready. OK, so there's no howling...but you do get to eat mooncakes.
One of the oldest festivals is the Dragon Boat Festival. It's over 2000 years old and is one of the three most important annual Chinese holidays. Be sure to check out the boat races this year.
Every year on May 22 people in England chase a large chunk of cheese down a very steep hill. It’s not a pretty picture - people end up bleeding and injured as they chase after cheese.
April Fool's Day happens on the first day of April but do you know why we play tricks, gags and practical jokes on one another? Find out here!