1. Celebrates beginning of theGregorian calendar year. Festivities include counting down to midnight (12:00AM) on the preceding night, New Year’s Eve. making New Year’s resolutions, parades, andfireworks. 2. the 3rd Monday in JanuaryHonors Martin Luther King, Jr., civilrights leader, who was actually born on January 15, 1929.3. February 14Traditional celebration of love and romance, including the exchangeof cards, candy, flowers, and other gifts.4. the 3rd Monday in Februaryhonors all American presidents. Washington's birthday is on February 22nd .Lincoln’s birthday is on February 12th. 5. March 17A celebration of Irish heritage and culture, based on the Catholicfeast of Saint Patrick. Primary activity is simply the wearing of greenclothing, although drinking beer dyed green is also popular. Attending St. Patrick's Day parades has historically been morepopular in the United States than in Ireland.6. A day to play tricks on family,friends, and coworkers.7. a spring Sunday in March orApril (2008 date: March 23; 2009 date: April 12; 2010 date: April 4; 2011date: April 24 )Celebrates the Christian belief in the resurrection of Jesus. ForChristians, Easter is a day of religious services and the gathering of family.Many Americans follow old traditions of coloring hard-boiled eggs and givingchildren baskets of candy.8. the 2nd Sunday in May, the 3rdSunday in June Honors mothers and motherhood Honors fathers and fatherhood.9. Honors the nation's war deadfrom the Civil War onwards
10. Commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States.
11. July 4
the birthday of the United States
Celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, also called the Fourth of July.
Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, political speeches and ceremonies.
flying of flags
12.the 1st Monday in September
Celebrates the achievements of workers and the labor movement.
13.Celebrates on Halloween's Eve, decorations include jack o’ lanterns, costume wearing parties, and candy such as candy corn are also part of the holiday. Kids go trick-or-treating to neighbors who give away candy.
14.Honors all veterans of the United States armed forces.
15.Traditionally celebrates the giving of thanks for the autumn harvest. Traditionally includes the consumption of a turkey dinner. Traditional start of the holiday season.
16.Celebrates the birth of Jesus.
Gift giving, church services, family and other social gatherings, symbolic decorating.
- twntnacysLv 75 年前最佳解答
1. 慶祝開始於西曆的信念，節日包括午夜的倒數計時（12:00AM）、新年夜、遊行和煙火。 2. 1月到第三個禮拜一用於紀念民權領袖馬丁路德，他實際上生於1929年1月15日。 3. 2月14日就是傳統的情人節，包括交換卡片、糖果、花和其他的禮物。 4. 2月的第三個禮拜一用於慶祝所有的美國總統。華盛頓生於2月22日，林肯生於2月12日。 5. 3月17日是愛爾蘭的傳統節慶，也就是天主教的聖派崔克節，主要的活動就是自穿上綠色的衣服，喝綠色的啤酒也頗受歡迎。 在美國的聖派崔克節遊行比愛爾蘭更受到歡迎。 6. 上一個作弄家人、朋友和同事的節日。 7. 春季3月或4月的禮拜天（2008是3月23日。2009是4月12日、2010是4月4日、2011是4月24日）
這些慶祝基督教的耶穌復活，復活節是家人聚在一起的宗教節日。許多的每個人遵循舊有的傳統製作彩色蛋給孩子許多的糖果。 8. 5月的第2個禮拜天和6月到第3個禮拜天慶祝母親節慶祝父親節 9. 慶祝南北戰爭後不再有內戰。 10. 紀念美國國旗的採用
慶祝1776年7月4日美國的誕生，也稱爲7月4日節。 獨立紀念日通常會施放煙火、遊行、吃烤肉、嘉年華活動、展覽會、野餐、演唱會、棒球比賽、政治演說和紀念會、國旗飛揚。 12. 9月是第1個禮拜一是慶祝工人成就的勞工節 13. 祝萬聖節裝飾品包括南瓜人頭、舞會服裝和糖果，如玉米糖果成為節日中的一部份。兒童到處跟鄰居要糖果或搗蛋。 14.Honors all veterans of the United States armed forces.幾年美國的退伍軍人。 15.Traditionally celebrates the giving of thanks for the autumn harvest. Traditionally includes the consumption of a turkey dinner. Traditional start of the holiday season.紀念感謝秋季的收穫，傳統活動包括此火雞大餐，這是傳統長假的開始。 16.Celebrates the birth of Jesus. Gift giving, church services, family and other social gatherings, 慶祝耶穌的誕生。送禮物、教會禮拜和其他的社交活動。