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Halloween Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October. thought to be the one night of the year when ghosts, witches, and fairies are especially active. This means that they dress up and go to other peoples' houses, knocking on the door for treat of sweets or a snack. Those who do not give out a treat may be tricked with a joke instead.
The colors orange and black are very common. Other symbols include pumpkin lanterns, witches, wizards, ghosts, spirits and characters from horror films. Animals associated with the festival include bats, spiders and black cats.
Bonfire Night • Every year on 5th November people in Britain celebrate Bonfire Night. People sometimes cook potatoes in the fire and drink soup while they watch the fireworks. Traditionally, people make a model of a men, called a „guy“, with old clothes and newspaper, and burn him on the fire. This is becouse on 5th November 1605, a man called Guy Fawkes wanted to kill the king.
St. Patrick's Day • St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on 17 March • The national emblem of Ireland is the Shamrock. Patrick used the three-leaved shamrock to explain how the Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit could exist as separate parts of the same being. His followers took to wearing a shamrock in celebration.
St.Patrick’s Day is celebrated with parades in the large cities, the wearing of the green and drinking Guinness (traditional drink of Ireland).
Easter • Easter usually comes in the month of April. However, Easter can fall as early as March 22 or as late as April 25. • Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. For Christians, the dawn of Easter Sunday with its message of new life is the high point of the Christian year.
Christmas Eve • Christmas Eve (December 24) is traditionally the day for decorating churches and homes. It marks the beginning of the period formally known as Christmas-tide. • Father Christmas - Night time on Christmas Eve is a very exciting time for young children. It is the time when Father Christmas (Santa) comes.The children leave mince pies and brandy for Father Christmas, and a carrot for the reindeer.
Children hang Christmas stockings or bags up ready for Father Christmas, who will hopefully fill them up with presents, if the children have been good. • The Traditional Christmas Dinner - A traditional English and British Christmas dinner includes roast turkey or goose, brussels sprouts, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce, rich nutty stuffing, tiny sausages wrapped in bacon (pigs in a blanket) and lashings of hot gravy.
New Year‘s Eve • People welcome in the New Year on the night before. This is called New Year's Eve. In Scotland, people celebrate with a lively festival called Hogmanay. All over Britain there are parties, fireworks, singing and dancing, to ring out the old year and ring in the new.
As the clock - Big Ben - strikes midnight, people link arms and sing a song called Auld Lang Syne. It reminds them of old and new friends.
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