April 13, 2024 6:50 PM


Holiday Ideas: Start The Year Right With Three Family-Oriented Celebrations Kids Will Love

Say goodbye to 2016 and welcome 2017 in kid-friendly events everyone will surely enjoy.


Japan Olympics 2020 In Tokyo Plans To Make Epic History With Man-Made Shooting Stars Opening Celebration

Fast forward 2020, the next Olympic game will be held in Tokyo, Japan. Planning and preparations are currently cooking up. The sky will literally light up above with shooting stars.


Pokemons Celebrate This Christmas Season In Baguio City, Philippines   

The Baguio Country Club opened its much-awaited Christmas Village this month. Everyone is welcome to witness the magnificent decor and unique display of lights. Since this archipelago never experience snow, the organizers have given its residents a chance to enjoy "white Christmas."


Fee-Free Day On November 11! U.S. National Parks Turn Generous On Veterans Day

On November 11, in observance of Veterans Day, all national parks, state parks and national forests in the United States will offer free admission for everybody. The whole family will be able to enjoy a day of fun activities without shelling out money. That’s pretty good news, right? Freedom is on!


Celebrate Children's Day

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Snags, Shrimp on the Barbie and 'Bloody Oath'; Australia Day 2014

Their water may flush backward and they call McDonald's 'maccas', but Australians sure do know how to party. There are countless memes poking fun at their alcoholism, but how do they really act when it's their most patriotic day? Australia Day is celebrated on January 26 each year, and whether you're a US citizen who's found yourself over there or an expat feeling a little homesick, we've got you covered.


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