Posts in Holidays
Every National Park Is Free This Weekend

National Park Week starts on April 20 and runs through April 28. To kick off the festivities, the National Park Service (NPS) is inviting you to enjoy the national parks for free on Saturday, April 20.

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Palm Branches Metamorphose into a Spring Garden Blessing

Traditions sometimes begin in the easiest, most thoughtful ways. Reba Berge’s family tree includes a history of spreading palm branch ashes that in time nurture seeds in their garden. Let this simple tradition foster love in the lives of your family too, this April 14th, Palm Sunday.

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Prohibition to National Beer Day

Marty Nopper shares a uniquely historical point of view about beer for National Beer Day on April 7, 2019! If you’re traveling across the US, check out the map of the states that do and don’t allow open containers.

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Purim Celebration Tips

A popular Jewish saying claims that most Jewish holidays can be described in one sentence: “They tried to kill us, they failed, let’s eat!” The upcoming holiday of Purim definitely fits in this category.

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Spirited St. Patrick's Day Hits

Instead of spiritedly imagining some random version of who St. Patrick really was, I decided to hunt for some four leaf clover treasures on the internet. Straight from The Old Farmer’s Almanac, I found the history and folklore of St. Patrick and the Shamrock, Irish recipes + some not to be missed “GREEN” treasures from the past by Yours Truly = Cindi's St. Patrick's Day Favorites.

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Everything You Need to Know About Mardi Gras

Whether it’s making the most of Fat Tuesday festivities in the city of New Orleans; or a clear explanation of the what, where and when of Mardi Gras; Sarah Buder from AFAR provides the insight you need to find the best party Go Cups and trinkets for the parade!

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