Archive for January 1st, 2011

(January 01) Today we’re celebrating . . .  New Years Day 2011

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

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New Years Day
The world’s most widely celebrated holiday, New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Gregorian calendar. New Year’s Day is a national holiday in the United States and most other countries.

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Did You Know? Countdown to New Years Day (01/01/11)

Saturday, January 1st, 2011


Did You Know?
January 01, 2011

It’s New Years Day!!

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Did You Know? Countdown to Kwanzaa (01/01/11)

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

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Did You Know?
Facts, Figures &
Folklore about Kwanzaa

Jan. 01 : Seventh Day of Kwanzaa

Did you know today is the seventh and final day of Kwanzaa?

On the seventh day the black candle is lit, then the farthest left red, the farthest right green, the next red candle, the next green, the final red and then the final green candle. This represents the 7th principle of KwanzaaImani (ee-MAH-nee): Faith.

The seventh principle is discussed. The family shares the Unity cup and all seven candles are extinguished. Kwanzaa is over.

Kwanzaa is a 7 day festival celebrating the African American people, their culture and their history. It is a time of celebration, community gathering, and reflection. A time of endings and beginnings. Kwanzaa begins on December 26th and continues until New Years Day, January 1st.

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(January 01) Today we’re celebrating. . .  The 7th, and Final, Day of Kwanzaa

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

The 7th Day of Kwanzaa
The 7th, and last day, of a week long festival celebrating the African American people, their culture and their history.

On the seventh day the black candle is lit, then the farthest left red, the farthest right green, the next red candle, the next green, the final red and then the final green candle. This represents the 7th principle of Kwanzaa – Imani (ee-MAH-nee): Faith.

source: Kwanzaa on the Net – Seven Days of Celebration

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