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Thanksgiving is
a non-religious
holiday. It is
a harvest
festival, a time
to give thanks
for the harvest
and express
gratitude in
general. It is
generally
ANZAC Day is
celebrated
inby
commemorated
USA
and Canada.
Australians
and
New Zealanders
to honour those
who fought at
Gallipoli in
Turkey during
World War 1.
Birthdays are a
celebration of
the anniversary
of a person’s
birth. In many
cultures
birthdays are
celebrated on
the date a
person was born.
Easter is the
most significant
event in
Christianity.
It marks the
crucifixion of
Jesus (Good
Friday) and his
resurrection
Ramadan Sunday).
is a
(Easter
Muslim religious
observance taking
place in the 9th
month of the
Islamic calendar.
It is the Islamic
month of fasting,
whereby Muslims do
not eat or drink
anything from
sunrise through to
St Patrick’s
sunset.
Day is an
annual
celebration of
St Patrick,
the patron
saint of
Ireland. It
has been the
national
holiday of
Ireland since
1903.
Independence Day
(4th July)
NAIDOC Week is
a celebration
of Aboriginal
and Torres
Strait
Islander
people and
their culture.
NAIDOC stands
for National
Aboriginal
Australia Day
is celebrated
on 26th
January, which
marks the
beginning of
European
settlement in
Australia.
Independence Day
is celebrated in
the United States
of America on the
4th July and marks
the Declaration
of Independence
which was adopted
in 1776 to
declare the
country separate
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