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Aliya Silver
8th October 2014, 10:27 PM
Dear Miramagicians,

in this thread we're calling for your help.

There are miramagicians from around the world,and TG would like to have the chance to celebrate your public holidays with you - but needs YOUR help!
So we're asking you to give us information about the holidays you're celebrating in your country or in your culture.




Please list them like this:

Name - concrete date - rule

Saint Nicholas' Eve - 6th Dec - same date every year.
Mother's Day - 10th May 2015 - second Sunday in May.





Thank you very much ♥

kayceekase
8th October 2014, 11:22 PM
thansgiving - last thursday of november
christmas - december 24 & 25 - same date every year
new years - jan 1 - same date every year

kayceekase
8th October 2014, 11:38 PM
Jan 1 - New Year's Day - same every year
Jan 20 - Martin Luther King Day - same every year
Feb 2 - Groundhog Day - same every year
Feb 14 - Valentine's Day - same every year
Feb 17 - Presidents' Day (Washington's Birthday) - same every year
Mar 17 - St. Patrick's Day - same every year
april - easter - changes every year
May 11 - Mothers' Day - same every year
May - Memorial Day - last monday of the month
july 4 - independence day - same every year
labor day - september - first monday of the month
halloween - act 31 - same every year
nov. 11 - veterans day - same every year
thanskgiving - last thursday of the month
dec 24 - christmas eve - same every year
dec. 25 - christmas day - same every year
dec 31 - new years eve - same every year

Shaolin
9th October 2014, 05:42 PM
Italy
All saints' day - 1st Nov - same every year
All souls' day - 2nd Nov - same every year
Epiphany/epiphany - 5th/6th Jan - same every year
Woman's day - 8th Mar - same every year
Pasquetta/lunedì dell'Angelo - 6th April 2015 - monday after easter
Father's day - 19th Mar - same every year
Festa della liberazione - 25th Mar - same every year
Labor day - 1st May - same every year
Festa della repubblica italiana 25 April - same every year
Plus Christmas holidays and Easter.

In Spain Epiphany is celebrated with Cabalgata los Reyes Magos.

thynerdymaidy
18th October 2014, 03:56 AM
Philippines

Holidays with same date every year:
New Year’s Day (January 1)
EDSA Revolution Anniversary (February 25)
Day of Valor or "Araw ng Kagitingan" (April 9)
Labor Day (May 1)
Philippine Independence Day (June 12)
Ninoy Aquino Day (August 21)
All Saints Day (November 1)
Bonifacio Day (November 30)
Christmas Eve (December 24)
Christmas Day (December 25)
Rizal Day (December 30)
New Year's Eve (December 31)

Holidays that change date every year but can be estimated:
National Heroes Day (August 31) - last Monday of August
Maundy Thursday (April 2) - week before Easter
Good Friday (April 3) - week before Easter
Black Saturday (April 4) - week before Easter
Mother's Day (May 10) - second Sunday of May
Father's Day (June 21) - third Sunday of June (not an official holiday but we celebrate it)

Holidays where date changes every year. Date specified is for 2015:
Chinese New Year (February 19)
Muslim Holidays (Not familiar with their dates, I'm sorry.)

KdaMagic1
18th October 2014, 11:37 AM
Netherlands

New Year's Day 2015 - Thursday, January 1
Good Friday, 2015- Friday, April 3
1st Easter - Sunday, April 5
2nd Easter 2015 - Monday April 6
King's Day 2015 - Monday April 27 (same date every year)
Liberation Day 2015 - Tuesday, May 5 (same date every year)
Ascension Day 2015 - Thursday, May 14
1st Day of Pentecost 2015 - Sunday May 24
2nd Pentecost 2015 - Monday May 25
1st Christmas Day 2015 - Friday, December 25 (same date every year)
2nd Christmas Day 2015 - Saturday, December 26 (same date every year)




Other Festive/national days

Three kings in 2015 - Tuesday, January 6
Carnival 2015 - Sunday February 15
Valentine's Day 2015 - Saturday, February 14
Daylight Saving Time 2015 - Sunday March 29
Labour Day 2015 - Friday, May 1 (same date every year)
Remembrance Day 2015 - Monday May 4 (same date every year)
Mother's Day 2015 - Sunday, May 10
Father's Day 2015 - Sunday June 21
Budget Day 2015 - Tuesday, September 15 (every 2nd tuesday in september)
Animal Day 2015 - Sunday, October 4 (same date every year)
Winter time 2015 - Sunday October 25
Sint Maarten in 2015 - Wednesday, November 11
Sinterklaas 2015 - Saturday, December 5 (same date every year)
2015 New Year's Eve - Thursday, December 31

Demelza
18th October 2014, 04:05 PM
UK - mostly the same as everyone else except
Mother's Day, is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent. It is exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday and usually falls in the second half of March or the beginning of April.
Scotland
Scotland celebrates St. Andrew's day - 30th November same date each year

Mir Md. Hasin
18th October 2014, 04:32 PM
I'm from Bangladesh, South Asia. Here is a list of holidays we celebrate every year:

Based on Gregorian calendar:

New Year's Day - 1 January - Same date every year
Language Martyrs' Day - 21 February - Same date every year
Father of The Nation's Birth Anniversary - 17 March - Same date every year
Independence Day - 26 March - Same date every year
May Day - 1 May - Same date every year
National Mourning Day - 15 August - Same date every year
Victory Day - 16 December - Same date every year
Christmas Day - 25 December - Same date every year


Based on Islamic calendar:
Ashura - 10 Muharram - Depends on the moon
Eid-e-Miladun-Nabi (Birth of the Prophet) - 12 Rabi' al-awwal - Depends on the moon
Eid ul-Fitr (Festival of Fastbreaking) - 1-3 Shawwal (The festival is on the 1 Shawwal) - Depends on the moon
Eid ul-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice) - 10-12 Dhul Hijja (The festival is on the 10 Dhul Hijja) - Depends on the moon
Ashura - 10 Muharram - Depends on the moon


Based on Bengali calendar:
Buddha's Birthday (Vesak) - Full moon of the month of Vesākha (Usually in May) - Depends on the moon
Bengali New Year's Day - 1 Baisakh (14 April) - Same date every year
Krishna Janmashtami (Birth of Lord Krishna) - Eighth day of dark fortnight of the Bengali month Sravana (August–September) -
Depends on the moon
Vijaya Dasami - Variable (Every year October) - Depends on the stars


These are the holidays which we celebrate every year :)

Sriyanna
18th October 2014, 07:40 PM
Public Holidays in Natal, South Africa

1 January – New Year's Day
21 March – Human Rights Day
Good Friday (Friday before Easter Sunday) - April, depending on the day
Easter Monday/Family Day (Monday after Easter Sunday) - follows Good Friday
27 April – Freedom Day
1 May – Workers Day
Mother's Day is on the second Sunday of May
Father's Day is on the second Sunday of June
16 June – Youth Day
9 August – Women's Day
24 September – Heritage Day
16 December – Day of Reconciliation
25 December – Christmas Day
26 December – Day of Goodwill

Serpent Goddess
23rd October 2014, 09:04 PM
December 25th is the day of the Serpent & the Sun. It is the birthday of Uadjet, Mitra, Abraxas and Horus, to name a few.
Other pertinent holidays include the Equinoxes and Solstices. I would like to see some Germanic holidays such as Yule honored.

Ariel Gall
27th October 2014, 11:02 PM
In Russia peorles not work in red days
January 1 - New Year (New Year holidays)
January 7 - Orthodox Christmas
January 13-14 - Old New Year
February 14 - Valentine's Day. Valentine's Day
February 23 - Defender of the Fatherland Day
March 8 - International Women's Day
March 17 - St. Patrick's Day (Irish holiday)
April 1 - April Fool's Day
April 12 - Day of Cosmonautics
May 1 - Spring and Labour Day (International Workers' Day)
May 7 - Day Radio
May 9 - Victory Day
May 18 - International Day of Museums
June 1 - International Children's Day
June 12 - Day of Russia (Day of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Russian Federation)
Last Sunday of July - Navy Day (Day of Neptune)
August 2 - Day of Airborne Forces (paratroopers Day)
September 1 - Knowledge Day
September 27 - Day Turista1 October - International Day of Older Persons
October 2 - International Day of Music
1st Sunday of October - Teachers Day
October 14 - Cover of the Virgin
October 24 - International Day of United Nations
October 31 - Halloween (Halloween)
November 4 - National Unity Day Russia
November 10 - Police Day
November 17 - International Day of Students
Last Sunday of November - Mother's Day
December 1 - World AIDS Day
December 12 - Constitution Day
December 25 - Catholic Christmas
December 31 - New Year again
others is resone for vodka))))

Loire
29th October 2014, 01:27 PM
It's true

Bebel.S2
1st November 2014, 11:45 AM
Brazil
Many dates are the same for the rest of the world

May 1: International Workers Day
Second Sunday in May: Mother's Day
June-July: Celebrations Junininas
June 12: Valentine's Day
Second Sunday of August: Father's Day
August 25: Day of the Folklore
September 7: Independence Day
October 12: Children's Day and Our Lady of Aparecida
November 2: All Souls - Day of the Dead
November 15: Proclamation of the Republic

Serpent Goddess
1st November 2014, 02:38 PM
Isn't Carnival in Brazil?

Bebel.S2
7th November 2014, 06:57 PM
Isn't Carnival in Brazil?

Yes, there is! is in February or March, but no fixed date.

Sophie101
16th November 2014, 03:45 AM
These are the ones celebrated only in India-
Republic Day- 26 January
Holi- 7 March- next year (keeps changing) a devil was killed
Ambedkar Jayanti- 14 April- B'day of Dr. BR Ambedkar, a social reformer and helped create the Constitution
Raksha Bandhan- 10 August- this year (keeps changing) celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters
Independence Day- 15 August
Ganesh Chaturthi- 29 August- (keeps changing) B'day of Lord Ganesha
Teacher's Day- 5 Spetember- B'day of India's first president, also a teacher
Gandhi Jayanti- 2 October- B'day of Mahatma Gandhi
Dussehra- 2 October- (keeps changing) Lord Rama killed evil Raavan
Diwali- 23 October- (keeps changing-always 20 days after dussehra) Lord Rama returned to his kingdom
Guru Nanak Jayanti- 6 November- (keeps changing) B'day of Sikh God
Children's Day- 14 November- B'Day of the first Prime Minister who loved children

There are also the Christian and Islam festivals, but same dates as other countries.

Anneka Joyce
29th November 2014, 10:38 PM
Holidays in Ireland:

January 01 New Years Day
March 17 St Patricks Day
March 30 Mothering Sunday
April 18 Good Friday
April 21 Easter Monday
May 05 May Bank Holiday
June 02 June Bank Holiday
June 15 Fathers Day
August 04 August Bank Holiday
October 27 October Holiday (Halloween)
December 25 Christmas Day
December 26 St Stevens' Day
December 31 New Years Eve

*Some of the dates for these holidays vary from year to year

If I have left any out, feel free to add them to the list :)

Vanek
19th December 2014, 04:48 PM
In Hungary:

January 1 - New Year's Day
(February 14 - Valentine's Day)
(March 8 - International Women's Day)
March 15 - The 1848's revolution and freedom war
Around April - Easter
May 1 - Labour Day
(The first Sunday of May - Mother's Day)
(May 18 - International Day of Museums)
(The last Sunday of May - Children's Day)
Around June - Pentecost
August 20 - The Foundation of a State Day and The Constitution Day
October 23 - The 1956's annual Revolution Day and The Proclamation of The Republic Day
(October 31 - Halloween)
November 1 - All Saints Day
(November 2 - All Souls Day)
(December 6 - Santa Claus)
(December 24 - Christmas Eve)
December 25-26 - Christmas Days
(December 31 - New Year's Eve)

Rentara
20th December 2014, 08:35 AM
December - first monday through sunday - Chalica

(a UU holiday that is non-religious and non-ethnic, kind of a free-for-all to celebrate what the world could (or should) be. It is a seven day event that begins the first Monday in December.

UUers like making up our own stuff... so do Miramagians.)

Aliya Silver
20th December 2014, 10:51 PM
Hello everybody :)

Thank you very much for giving us so much input on the holidays you're celebrating throughout the year.
Your information has been collected and forwarded to TG continually so let's hope that next year we're going to be surprised by a few holidays we haven't been celebrating up to now.

There hasn't been a deadline from TG for the holiday calendar, so if any of you would like to add even more holidays, you're welcome to post them and they will still be forwarded!

Wishing you a great time with the holidays we're going to celebrate next week,
Aliya