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Here you will find a list of all Festivals Dates.
If you think we are missing a Festival please let us know and write a comment with some details!


Festivals and Dates


New Years January 1 New Years Day Festival
Chinese New Year January 22  
Valentine's Day February 14 Elftown Valentine Competitions
St. David's Day March 1  
St. Patrick's Day March 17 St. Patrick's Day Festival
April Fools April 1  
May Day May 1  
Halloween October 31 Elftown Halloween Competitions
Yule December 21  
Christmas December 25 Elftown Christmas Competitions
Boxing Day December 26  

Irregular Dates

Leap Year Day February 29  
Easter March 23 Easter Festival
Thanksgiving November 24 Thanksgiving Festival
Hanukkah December 22-29  
Diwali October 30  




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2008-01-01 [SilverFire]: What about holidays that don't have a fixed date in the Gregorian calendar? (Easter, Diwali, Hanukkah).

2008-01-01 [Sunrose]: Those are under semi annual, and will have to be adjusted every year.. :P

2008-01-01 [SilverFire]: D'uh. For some reaon 'semi-annual' got translated in my head to 'bi-annual'.

2008-01-01 [Sunrose]: Haha :P
Hmm I didn't know what else to call it :p

2008-01-01 [SilverFire]: 'holidays of unfixed date'? :P Doesn't really matter, I suppose, I should just learn to read.

2008-01-01 [Linderel]: Semi-annual means that it happens more than once a year, though. xD

2008-01-01 [Sunrose]: Well, these words combined it apparently means twice a year.
But I meant it as in 'sort of' :P
Unfixed date works (except for Feb 29th) :)

2008-01-01 [Linderel]: What about just... 'Other'? <_<

2008-01-02 [iippo]: But other is the underdog of categories >_>
:P Festivals with irregular dates?

2008-01-02 [Sunrose]: Unfixed, irregular...both would work.. :)

2008-01-05 [Lin-tastic]: Would requesting to celebrate things like 'Talk like a Pirate Day' or 'Day of the Ninja' be unaccepted here or not? I think I may have to do a bit more research on these holidays.

2008-01-05 [Sunrose]: If it's an existing holiday outside of Elftown, it can be added to the Calendar :)

2008-01-05 [Lin-tastic]: Sweet. I'll definitally have to go galavanting around for some interesting ones. ;D

2009-11-29 [arthemis_]: 5th of December: Dutch Saint Nicolas Fest :D Sinterklaas

2011-04-22 [Lord Josmar]: How about the Day of the Dead? Cant remember the Spanish spelling for it though.

2011-04-22 [Nioniel]: Sounds cool. Want to try making up the pages for it?

2011-04-22 [Lord Josmar]: I can try for it tomorrow. Getting ready for bed now cause 4:30am comes early.

2011-04-22 [Nioniel]: :D

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