Happy Holidays of all sorts!
Krampusnacht. A centuries-old Christmas tradition in Germany and other parts of Europe, Krampusnacht is said to be when the Krampus, a beasty demonic figure and the antithesis of jolly St Nick, arrives in towns to reward good children and take wicked ones away to the underworld.
Hanukkah. Also known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is an important Jewish festival which runs for eight days. The religious holiday is a celebration of Judaism and commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple of Jerusalem.
Santa Lucia. Santa Lucia or Saint Lucy’s Day is a feast day in the Christian calendar celebrating Saint Lucy, a martyr who is seen as a figure of light in the darkest part of the year.
December Solstice and Yule. The December solstice, known as the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, marks the shortest day and the longest night for half of the world.
Christmas. We probably don’t need to tell you about this one, huh? A major celebration in the Christian calendar, Christmas traditionally marks the birth of Jesus.
Kwanzaa. First celebrated in California in the 1960s, Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African-American history and culture, culminating in a communal feast.
However or whatever you celebrate (even if you don’t celebrate anything) we want to wish you a great rest of the year from your Hometown Accountant Team!
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