Holiday Traditions

Many countries and regions have their own unique holiday traditions.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2019

Thursday, November 28, 2019
UPPER WEST SIDE to GARMENT DISTRICT ~ Nothing Latin about the Thanksgiving Parade, but children love it and balloon inflation is something to see

Hanukkah 2019

December 22 to 30, 2019 ~ Hanukkah reminds us that miracles come to those who fill their time with the light of faith, hope and work. There are public menorah lightings at the Grand Army Plazas in Midtown and Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Hanukkah Sameach! (Happy Hanukkah)
#JEWISH #HOLIDAY

Christmas, Navidad, Natal, Natale, Noël, Craciun 2019

Wed, December 25, 2019
The traditional celebration of the birth of Christ is a blend of religious and secular winter traditions from around the world.
Merry Christmas!
¡Feliz Navidad!
Feliz Natal!
Buon Natale!
Joyeux Noël!
Craciun Fericit!

Celebrate Kwanzaa

Thu-Wed, Dec 26, 2019 – Jan 1, 2020
This African-American holiday tradition contemplates seven principles from our communal African heritage

New Year’s Eve 2019

Tuesday, December 31, 2019
TIMES SQUARE, NYC ~ New Year’s has been celebrated in Times Square since the opening of the New York Times building in 1904. But it was Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve that started the party we know today in 1972. Wherever you are: Happy New Year!
¡Feliz Año Nuevo!
Feliz Ano Novo!
Felice anno nuovo!
Bonne année!
An Nou Fericit!

Three Kings Day 2020 Dia de Los Reyes

Monday, January 6, 2020
Latin Christmas Traditions
The gift-giving day in many Latin traditions