Celebrate America's birthday with fireworks, parades, and barbecues. It's a day of patriotism and reflecting on the nation's history.

Independence Day - July 4th

A time for giving thanks! Families come together for a traditional feast of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie.

Thanksgiving - Fourth Thursday of November

The spirit of Christmas fills the air with twinkling lights, carols, and gift-giving. Experience festive traditions and winter wonderlands.

Christmas - December 25th

The eight-day festival of lights celebrates Jewish heritage with menorah lighting, gift-giving, and delicious foods like latkes and sufganiyot.

Hanukkah - December (Varies)

A week-long African American celebration focused on family, community, and reflecting on seven core principles.

Kwanzaa - December 26th - January 1st

Ring in the new year with vibrant parades, lion dances, and delicious Asian cuisine.

Lunar New Year - January or February (Varies)

Let the good times roll in New Orleans! Mardi Gras is a festive explosion of music, parades, and king cake before the start of Lent.

Mardi Gras - Shrove Tuesday (February)

No matter when you visit the USA, there's likely a festive occasion to experience. Immerse yourself in the joy and traditions that bring communities together.

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