Planning Holiday Parties in 2015

By December 23, 2014 Holiday Parties No Comments

Party ideas for the special days of the year!

2015

You don’t have to look too far in your calendar to find a reason to party; every month of the year has at least one holiday or special occasion that you and the kids can celebrate. Sure there’s the obvious, like Halloween and New Years; but did you know that August is National Sandwich month, March 10th is Middle Name Pride Day or that in the US, April 30th is National Honesty Day? No lie.

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There is something going on every month and to make it easy, holidays come with established traditions and built in party themes. You can even add a twist to your holiday parties by combining the holiday with another party theme. For instance with luau decor, grass skirts and tropical treats you can host a Caribbean Christmas or try a Victorian Valentine’s Day party with fun paper crafts and parlor games. There are as many possibilities as there are reasons to party!

Here is a quick list of the major holidays that you can celebrate in 2015 with a fun party:

In addition to these nationally recognized celebration days you can find many offbeat holidays all year round. There is always a reason to have a party.

Day Date Holiday Comments
Thursday January 01 New Years Day
Monday January 19 Martin Luther King Day Third Monday in January
Monday February 02 Groundhog Day Not a National Holiday
Monday February 16 Presidents Day 3rd Monday in February
Thursday April 16 Emancipation Day Washington DC Only. Weekday closest to April 16th
Sunday May 10 Mothers Day 2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
Monday May 25 Memorial Day Last Monday in May
Sunday June 21 Fathers Day 3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
Friday July 03 Independence Day (observed) Friday is a holiday as 4th July is on a Saturday
Monday September 07 Labor Day First Monday in September
Monday October 12 Columbus Day 2nd Monday of October
Wednesday November 11 Veterans Day
Thursday November 26 Thanksgiving Fourth Thursday in November
Friday November 27 Day after Thanksgiving Fourth Friday in November
Friday December 25 Christmas Day

Let’s get the party started together. Check back on our blog to find party ideas all year round.

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