It’s the largest parade in the Ark-La-Tex area. It takes place 10 days before Fat Tuesdays. The Aseana spring festival is a festival of different Asian culture in the country. Each year the festival celebrates one Asian culture in particular and this year on April 2nd Shreveport celebrated the Laotian culture. The highland jazz and blues festival is an annual music and arts event that is held on the second Saturday of November at a city park in the historic Highland neighborhood.
This day is also called “Fat Tuesday”, where people in Louisiana feast on a lot of sweets including the King Cake. It is always the day before Ash Wednesday, where we start to fast for Lent and always falls 46 days before Easter. Most people use a King Cake to celebrate the luxurious holiday. What is a King Cake you may ask yourself. A King Cake is an oval-shaped cake, crossed between a coffee cake and
This treat is usually filled with a sweet and dense filling with a buttery crust surrounding the filling. It is a delicacy that many people always enjoy to have. At this holiday, getting the opportunity to have an amazing time with family and friends is special when celebrating this event. Some of the fun experiences that are enjoyed on this day is lighting lanterns, watching incredible fireworks, and just being able to have the opportunity to have a memorable time with family and friends.
Good afternoon everyone. “Xin Jia Yu Ei, Xin Ni Huad Chai”. Happy Chinese New year! I wish you richness, prosperity, and health. This is the most popular Chinese New Year greeting in Thailand.
One reason for celebrating our tihar is also preparing for winter and ready for new years to start. Another reason of celebrating tihar is that people believed because of home returned of god after he defeat evil in war. Tihar is five day long festival and on each day we worship
! On the night of that halloween no one would expect that we were going to the old crooked house in the next neighborhood over. When it was time my mom’s friends came over with there kids, and they all hung out with my siblings and I. We all had a party with cider, pumpkin pie, homemade root beer with eyeballs in it, and a whole lot of treats to get really full with even before it was time to go trick or treating.
Such as the date the holidays became a national holiday for the United States. Thanksgiving is the time for the largest purchase of turkeys, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and cranberries. Whereas “Thanksgiving has been celebrated since 1621 with the pilgrims. In the year of 1941 President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving Day a national holiday.” (history.com) Whereas,“Christmas became a national holiday in the United States of America in the year of 1870.
In 1982, during my senior year of high school, the Mid-Valley Spartan Band traveled to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia. We participated in band competitions, and visited the amusement park. The park is adjacent to a brewery, and tours are available to park patrons. At the conclusion of the brewery tour, there were complimentary samples of the beer.
Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather for a day of feasting, football and family. While today’s Thanksgiving celebrations would likely be unrecognizable to attendees of the original 1621 harvest meal, it continues to be a day for Americans to come together around the table—albeit with some updates to pilgrim’s menu. Thanksgiving has its historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, and has long been celebrated in a secular manner as well. The traditional Thanksgiving menu in the United States generally consists of turkey and stuffing, cranberry sauce and couple of vegetable casseroles of some kind.
Scarecrow Festival Fall is closely associated with scarecrow. They’ve worked hard all summer to keep the birds away from our crops and now it’s time to thank them. St. Charles in Illinois will host the festival on October 6th to 8th. It’s an event full of live music, craft shows and there’s even a petting zoo for the younger members of the family. North Carolina Pecan Harvest
If Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer, Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. In parts of the United States and Canada it means one final holiday cookout until spring and time to close the pool. Every year, Halloween candy seems to be in stores earlier and earlier. Is July too early to stock up on bite-sized Snickers and mini packages of Skittles? Yes.
On the other hand of spreading the Vietnamese culture, there is a Viet festival every year in Philadelphia that are organized by the Vietnamese Organization. It is an event that celebrates the Lunar New Year; also known as the Vietnamese New Year. It is a day where Vietnamese celebrate their country and worshiping their gods. The Mid-Autumn festival is an “opportunity for members of the family to visit together and share together everything in their year.” (An 2013)
September 15 is Guatemala 's independence day, and it 's celebrated just like any other holiday with music, food, fireworks, dancing, and parades. All Saints Day is celebrated throughout Guatemala on November 1st. one of the biggest festival is in the town of Todos Santos Cuchumatán during which the men have a wild horse race. There is also a Guatemalan dish called fiambre during all Saints Day, but it 's only eaten during this festival. The Day of the dead takes place right after all Saints Day and is also celebrated across the whole country.
What is the difference between The Day of The Death and Halloween? In Mexican culture, we celebrate The Day of The Death on November 1 to honor ancestors and loved ones who passed away and invite those spirits back into our homes and be part of the family. In America people celebrate Halloween on October 31 and this tradition is related to The Day of The Death. However, these two traditions are similar but different meaning to American and Mexican culture in how people celebrate, different kinds of food, and decorations. One of the things that Halloween and The Day of The Death differ is how it’s celebrated.
Judson Dukes Period 9/11/17 Dia de los Muertos Dia de los muertos (Day of the dead) is a three day event in Mexico where the living can remember and honor their deceased love ones. This holiday is not gloomy nor a morbid occasion, but it is a bright, colorful, and happy holiday. The holiday is held annually on October 31st through November 2nd, a lot like Halloween in The United States. During this holiday the Mexicans visit cemeteries, make ofrendas, make special food, attend in the Catrina parade, and make calcases. Often times Mexicans visit cemeteries and decorate their loved ones graves, and spend time in the cemetery for their deceased family and friends.