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Rosh Hashana October 2nd, 2016
The Jewish New Year is called Rosh Hashana. This is a multi-day celebration that begins on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month in the Hebrew calendar. This festivity is also known by the sobriquet the Day of Remembrance and can last for up to two days.
Child Health Day See gift baskets ideas October 3rd, 2016
Awareness for the health of children is raised on the first Monday in October in an event called Child Health Day. This United States holiday is meant to cultivate awareness, inform the public, and increase efforts to help fund medicine and research.
World Smile Day October 7th, 2016
The first Friday of October is known as World Smile Day. Give a big grin on that day, and celebrate! Since 1999 World Smile Day has been held annually, and was an idea of the creator of the Smiley Face, Harvey Ball of Massachusetts.
Columbus Day October 10th, 2016
In the United States in October the second Monday is Columbus Day. This remembrance of the discovery of America dates back to October 12th, 1492, by the explorer Christopher Columbus. Given that the subsequent effect of his discovery was the destruction of the Native American culture this is seen as a more controversial holiday than most.
Halloween See gift baskets ideas October 31st, 2016
Halloween or All Hallows' Eve is a festive occasion best known for children dressing up in costumes and going door to door in order to collect candy from each home, calling trick-or-treating. This annual festivity happens every October 31st and many parts of the world participate in this spookier holiday.