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WINTER HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS

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  1. Kwanzaa Chinese New Year Hanukah Las Posadas WINTER HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS Created By: Tommy Insley

  2. Part 1 LAS Posadas

  3. Who celebrates this holiday? • Is widely celebrated by many non-Christians

  4. Why do people celebrate this holiday? • It is a celebration of the Nativity. • This feast was created by the pope to promote Christianity and remove pagan festivals celebrated at the winter solstice.

  5. When does this holiday take place? • Lodgings start from the 16th of December until the night of the 24th

  6. What are some traditions of this holiday? • December 16th: Beginning of Las Posadas, which lasts nine days, ending on the 24th • December 24th: Christmas Eve • December 25th: Christmas Day • December 28th: Day of the Innocents

  7. Are there special decorations for this holiday? What are they? • Hispanic Christmas decorations include ornaments that are widely recognized for their beautifully handcrafted style, some made of glass, straw, pottery, and even coal.

  8. Are there special foods eaten for this holiday? What are they? • bacalao a la vizcaina (salted cod that has been dried, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, olives, capers and bright red bell peppers) • dried shrimp and potatoes, romeritos

  9. Is there special clothing worn for this holiday? What is it?

  10. Where is this holiday celebrated? Name the country or countries. • Segovia • Castile • Leon • Spain

  11. Part 2 Hanukkah

  12. Where is this holiday celebrated? Name the country or countries • Anywhere there is jews.

  13. Who celebrates this holiday? • Jews celebrate Hanukkah

  14. Why do people celebrate this holiday? • The Festival of Lights. • The rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt

  15. When does this holiday take place? • It starts on the 25th day of Kislev and is 8 days long.

  16. What are some traditions of this holiday? • Miracle of the Oil • Judah Ha Maccabee • Hannah and her seven sons

  17. Are there special decorations for this holiday? What are they? • A menora with its 9 arms • a 4 sided top (dreidel)

  18. Are there special foods eaten for this holiday? What are they? • Sweet Potato Latkes. • Cheese Latkes Judith. • Schamltz ( Rendering Chicken) • Crepes • Fresh Apple Sauce • Roesti Potato Pancakes • Pommes Duchesse • Baked Apples • Holiday Eggnog

  19. Is there special clothing worn for this holiday? What is it? • The Torah prohibits wearing made out of wool. • Robes

  20. PART 3 Kwanzaa

  21. Where is this holiday celebrated? Name the country or countries • Africa • United States

  22. Who celebrates this holiday? • African-American

  23. Why do people celebrate this holiday? • It is a week-long celebration held in the United States honoring African heritage and culture, marked by participants lighting a Kinara

  24. When does this holiday take place? • Kwanzaa always begins on December 26 and ends on January 1.

  25. What are some traditions of this holiday? • Ingathering: • Reverence: • Commemoration: • Recommitment:. • Celebration:

  26. Are there special decorations for this holiday? What are they? • Decorating your home for the Kwanzaa holiday, remember the traditional colors of red, green and black. • Decorate your Kwanzaa bush with red, green and black ornaments

  27. Are there special foods eaten for this holiday? What are they? • Roast foods. • Sweet Potato Pie • Grandmother's Southern Fried Okra • African Vegetarian Stew • African Squash And Yams (futari)

  28. Is there special clothing worn for this holiday? What is it? • These ethnic styles are a very versatile and dynamic way to tell others who they are and what they are about. • Clothing has a rich diverse history.