Many Ways to Celebrate Many Holidays

Posted by Heather Galloway on Dec 15th 2019

There is an abundance of holidays at this time of year, so we thought we'd share our favorite pins showcasing the many ways to celebrate many holidays.  Although much of the country has been experiencing "winter" for weeks now (and some of the country never really has typical winter weather), the official first day of winter is December 21st. This pin has great activities for kids (but really anyone would enjoy this):

The very next day, December 22nd, marks the beginning of Hanukkah this year. This eight day Jewish celebration is steeped in history and tradition. However, you don't have to keep it serious--this article has lots of fun activities (including some outdoor fun):

Of course, the giant holiday of the season is Christmas.  I could spend all of December going through the various activities, crafts, and songs of the season. One fun thing that many families enjoy is game night. So with that in mind, here are some unique Christmas games for all ages:

Although Kwanzaa is a new holiday, this week-long celebration is filled with lovely principles. Here are some lovely ways to celebrate and engage in this lovely holiday:

New Year's Eve rounds out the major holidays this time of year. While there are plenty of party ideas out there, my favorite find was this list of New Year traditions. It's a great time of year to reflect and find something new:

No matter what holiday you celebrate, we hope each of you finish out 2019 enjoying quality time with family and friends.