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Holiday

We ALL love a good reason to celebrate! The holiday category of features articles with every reason to celebrate — major holidays, birthdays, etc. — as well what to do on those holidays, like crafts, related books, where to go in North Texas to celebrate the holiday, and more! 

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To avoid overspending in the few weeks before Christmas, I try to purchase the "need, read, and wear" gifts in advance and save the "want" until closer to. Little kids tend to change their mind often.
Weeks leading up to Dia de los Muertos, families start setting up ofrendas (altars) with pictures of loved ones, cups of water and the loved ones favorite drinks, candles, and marigold petals.
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

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Hispanic Heritage Months Begins on September 15 and ends October 15. It is a month full of culture, festivities, and pride for Hispanic families all over the country.
Nothing says freedom like a hometown Fourth-of-July parade and fireworks show. Most events feature fabulous food, fun games, and lots of shopping.
alk to them about stories you’ve heard, people you know, and the things you see. Don’t just shush someone when they ask a question or say something ignorant. Talk to them about it and help them understand. 
Today we see a rebirth of Juneteenth celebrations with parades, pageants, concerts, festivals, and backyard barbecues.
Let’s not repeat the treatment of military personnel from my dad’s generation when soldiers came home but were not regarded as the brave. As we pause to remember all the soldiers who’ve lost their lives in combat, let’s expand our remembrance to all military personnel who’ve fought and lost other battles.

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