TheÂ New YearÂ is a time of friends and family, and parties and fun. A time of fireworks, counting down and rockin’ out with good ol’ Dick Clark. It’s a time for resolutions, realizations, and a brand new year.
Did you know that New Year’s Day wasn’t always celebrated on January 1st? Or that there are lots of different foods traditonaly eaten to welcome in the New Year? And why are bombs bursting in air and balls dropping in New York’s Times Square?
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The Story of New Year’s
While most of the world now celebrates New Year’s Day on January 1st, it was not always that way…
Celebrating New Year’s Eve
What would New Year’s Eve be like without the fireworks, the Ball dropping in Times Square, singing Auld Lang Syne and rockin’ out with Dick Clark?
When January 1st isn’t New Year’s Day
Globally, people celebrate the coming of a new year with many traditions, customs and activities. However, not all cultures celebrate New Year’s Day on January 1st.
Religion & New Years
And not allÂ religions celebrate their New Year’s Day on January 1st.
Auld Lang Syne
What would New Year’s Eve be like without the fireworks, the Ball dropping in Times Square and singing Auld Lang Syne?
If you thought that what you eat on New Year’s Day was simply a matter of “that’s what I’ve always done” – you might be right…
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