November 27th, 2015
Daylight Saving Time Ends
Sun. Nov. 1 at 2 am
Don't forget to turn your clocks back an hour.
Scarborough Central Lions Christmas Craft Sale
Sun. Nov. 1, 9 am - 2 pm
Birchmount Community Centre (Birchmount & Kingston Rds.)
55 craft vendors, snack bar. Come and do your Christmas shopping!
Candlelit Pumpkin Walk
Sun. Nov. 1, 6:30 pm
Kew Gardens (by the picnic tables)
Bring a pumpkin. Free treats. Presented by Friends of the Beach Parks.
A Conversation With A Holocaust Survivor
Tue. Nov. 3, 10 am - 11 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Branch - Toronto Public Library
Please join us for a program featuring Hungarian Holocaust survivor Edward Fisch, who will speak about his personal experiences during the Holocaust.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - Suddenly, Last Summer
Wed. Nov. 4, 2 pm - 4 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Toronto Public Library - Beaches Branch
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: Suddenly, Last Summer (1959).
Applegrove Annual Pasta Fest Dinner & Silent Auction Fundraiser
Sat. Nov. 7, 5 pm - 9 pm
Baron Byng/Beaches Legion Hall - 243 Coxwell Avenue
Applegrove Community Complex
May Seto or Louise Maynard, 416-461-8143
Please join us for a fun-filled night of friendship, food, and fundraising for our Applegrove programs. Please call for ticket information. Hope to see you there!!
Silent Auction at Main Street Terrace
Sat. Nov. 7, 9 am - 1 pm
77 Main St.
Lori Chizewski, Program Manager, 416-690-3001 ext. 227
Silent auction, baked goods, raffles and more. All proceeds to Resident Christmas Fund.
Bohemian's in Brooklyn
Sun. Nov. 8, 1:30 pm - 2:40 pm
Kingston Road United Church, 975 Kingston Rd.
A potent blend of cabaret, juicy gossip and glorious music by Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Weill, Colin McPhee & Benjamin Britten. This concert is in conjunction with the Toronto Public Library's "Beaches Reads" series.
Beach and East Toronto Historical Society meeting
Tue. Nov. 10, 7 pm - 8:15 pm
Beaches Library, 2161 Queen St. E.
“Malvern Veterans and the Great War in 1915” with historian David Fuller. Admission free. All welcome!
Remembrance Day
Wed. Nov. 11
"Lest We Forget". Wear your poppies to celebrate the lives and remember the sacrifices of our brave men and women who have died fighting for the freedom and security of our nation and our values.
Remembrance Day Ceremony
Wed. Nov. 11, 11 am
Kew Gardens, 2075 Queen St. E.
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 1/42
We start off at Corpus Christi Church where we form up for a parade, then proceed east along Queen Street to the Cenotaph. Ceremony will begin at five minutes to 11 am.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - Wait Until Dark
Wed. Nov. 11, 2 pm - 4 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Toronto Public Library - Beaches Branch
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: Wait Until Dark (1967).
Remembrance Day - Seniors Discount
Wed. Nov. 11, all day
Boston Pizza Beaches, 16A Leslie St.
This Remembrance Day we would like to invite all the Veterans and Seniors in our community to come in to Boston Pizza Beaches and enjoy a free coffee and 10% off your meal all day!
Beach Guild of Fine Art Fall Show & Sale
Fri. Nov. 13, 6 pm - 9 pm; Sat. Nov. 14 & Sun. Nov. 15, 10 am - 5 pm
Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave. (at Queen St.)
Beach Guild of Fine Art;;
The Beach Guild of Fine Art’s 21st Annual Fall Show and Sale. The show features paintings by over 40 of the Guild artists. Free admission, lucky draw and gift boutique. Opening reception: Fri. Nov. 13 (6 pm - 9 pm).
Sat. Nov. 14, 5 pm - 7:30 pm
Yonge-Dundas Square
Illuminite is a spectacular holiday ceremony with breathtaking entertainment – a fusion of technology and artistic performance. Dance, live music and spectacular acrobatics combined with technological innovation and incredible costuming. This event will feature world-class cast of home-grown and international talents.
Toopy & Binoo @ Boston Pizza Beaches
Sat. Nov. 14 & Sun. Nov. 15, 2 pm - 5 pm
Boston Pizza Beaches, 16A Leslie St.; 416-778-4700
Toppy and Binoo are coming to Boston Pizza Beaches. Come by and enjoy our kids corner.
The Santa Claus Parade
Sun. Nov. 15, starting at 12:30 pm
Downtown Toronto
For 111 years, Toronto has looked forward to the Santa Claus Parade. Starts at Bloor and Christie, moves east to University Ave. then south to Front and Jarvis, ending at the St. Lawrence Market.
Beaches Recreation Centre Advisory Council - Annual General Meeting
Tue. Nov. 17, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Beaches Recreation Centre. 6 Williamson Rd.
Annikki Desmarais
Come and meet the dynamic members at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Learn how to become involved in events such as Spring Sprint, Pancake Breakfast and how the council assists the Recreation Centre.
Beach Garden Society meeting
Tue. Nov. 17, 7:15 pm - 9 pm
Adam Beck Community Centre, 79 Lawlor Ave.;
Topic: ‘The Year in Review’ followed by a ‘Seasonal Decorations’ demonstration. New members and guests welcome. Come early and enjoy informal discussions with members and visit our library.
Canadian Women in the Sky: 100 Years of Flight
Wed. Nov. 18, 6:30 pm
Dora Keogh Pub, 141 Danforth Ave. (east of Broadview subway)
Liz Muir,
You're invited to a BOOK LAUNCH for: "Canadian Women in the Air: 100 Years of Flight" by Elizabeth Gillan (Liz) Muir, with some of the women aviators who starred in the book. Published by Dundurn Press.
Flying Lip Circus - modular acrylic artwork exhibit - Vernissage
Fri. Nov. 20, 7 pm - 10 pm
1560 Queen St. E.
Ashdale Brunch & Expresso
A puzzle like exploration of reflection, rotation and translation.
Ice, Wine & Dine
Sat. Nov 21, 4 pm - 10 pm
Elm St. (between Yonge and Bay Streets)
Enjoy an evening of culinary festival at the Historic Elm Street amidst the lights and sounds of the holiday season. Delight your senses – taste sumptuous fares and festive drinks; dazzle your eyes with ice sculptures, walk-around characters and fire performers; and enjoy the music.
The Beach Christmas Parade
Sun. Nov. 22, 1 pm
Community Centre 55 and Kingston Road Village Business Association
The parade runs along Kingston Road from Victoria Park Ave. to Walter Street, then north to Community Centre 55 for hot dots, cocoa, coffee, popcorn, and a special visit from Santa. Don't forget to bring a twoonie to support Community Centre 55's Share A Christmas program.
Mittens & Hats Christmas Collection
Ongoing thru Dec. 24th
986 Kingston Rd.
Janet's Custom Sewing & Alterations
Donate new Mittens & Hats and help keep everyone warm this winter. In support of the Good Shepherd Ministries.
Riverdale Historical Society November Event
Tue. Nov. 24, 6:30 pm
St. Matthew's Clubhouse, 450 Broadview Ave.
Riverdale Historical Society
Riverdale Historical Society's November speaker is Dara Solomon, Director of the Ontario Jewish Archives, who will present a talk on the Pape Avenue Cemetery, the oldest Jewish cemetery in Toronto. Admission: $5/free to RHS members.
Thanksgiving (US)
Thur. Nov. 26
Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving Day, celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November, has officially been an annual tradition in the United States since 1863, when during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of thanksgiving.
Free Seniors’ Movie – “Remember"
Thur. Nov. 26, 10 am
The Fox Theatre, 2236 Queen St. E.
Featuring Christopher Plummer. Doors open 10 a.m., movie starts at 10:30 a.m. Presented by Rotary Club of Toronto Beach.
Cavalcade of Lights
Sat. Nov. 28 - Thur. Dec. 31
Festival spans citywide, illuminating 20 neighbourhoods or call 311
The 49th annual Cavalcade of Lights sets Toronto aglow with spellbinding events, sparkling lights, and a one-of-a-kind tour of Toronto's picturesque neighbourhoods.
First Lighting Celebration
Sat. Nov. 28, 7 pm
Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall or call 311
A well-loved Toronto tradition. People gather every year for the first lighting of the beautifully-decorated Christmas Tree and Nathan Phillips Square with thousands of energy efficient LED lights in colours of red, white and silver. This special evening also includes live musical performances and a fireworks finale.
The Winter Kidzfest
Sat. Nov. 28, 11 am - 5 pm
Yonge-Dundas Square
Bring the whole family and have a day of fun free entertainment and activities. The Octonauts are coming back this year! They’ll be joined by your favourite princesses and superheroes. Merry Go Round, Face Painting, Letter Writing to Santa and much more!
DeClute Light Up The Beach!
Sat. Nov. 28, 7 pm - 8:30 pm
The Beaches Boardwalk, at the foot of Leuty Ave.
DeClute Real Estate Inc.; 416-686-9618
Start the Holiday season by joining Santa Claus as he counts down to light over 80,000 Christmas lights lining the shore & Toronto Boardwalk along the Beach. Sing along with Malvern School’s choir and enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and gourmet soup. Free fun family event. In Support of Toronto East General Hospital.
Danforth East Community Association’s Festival of Lights
Sat. Nov. 28, 4 pm - 6 pm
East Lynn Park, 1949 Danforth Ave.
This year’s event features Zero Gravity Circus, the East End Music Project choir, Pegasus Studios and The S.P.A.C.E. dancers, plus a special visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus. Event is free but a donation of a non-perishable food item to Community Centre 55 would be appreciated.
Historical Walk with Gene Domagala
Sun. Nov 29, 1 pm
Starting at corner of Balsam and Pine Avenues.
Help clean Glen Stewart Ravine!
Sun. Nov. 29, 10 am
Volunteers with Friends of Glen Stewart Ravine will meet by the Beech Ave. entrance. Please bring gloves and be aware of steep and environmentally-sensitive sections.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - Emma
Wed. Dec. 2, 2 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: Emma (1996)
Christmas in the Park - Tree Lighting
Sat. Dec. 5, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Alex Christie Bandshell in Kew Gardens
Toronto Beaches Lions Club
A community event with music, family entertainment, candlelight caroling, tree lighting, Mr. & Mrs. Claus, etc. Don’t forget to bring “Loonies for the Lions”.
Pancake Breakfast With Santa and Christmas Bazaar
Sat. Dec. 5, 8 am - 12 pm
Community Centre 55, 97 Main St.
Lainey Anderson
416-691-1113 ext 223 or
Join us for Christmas fun and shopping. Pancake Breakfast (8 am to 10 am), Childrens Carfts and Games, Variety of Vendors, , MOM2MOM Sale (gently used baby and kids items) and used BOGS boots drive. Santa will stop by at 10:00 am.
The Other One Of A Kind Craft Show and Sale
Sat. Dec. 5, 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Malvern Collegiate, School Cafeteria, 55 Malvern Ave.
Food and handmade items. First 300 visitors receive a free gift. Additional raffle draw for a chance to win great prizes! Free parking with elevator access.
Jazz and Reflections
Sat. Dec. 5, 4:30 pm
Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave.
“Man in the Red Suit” with musicians Robi Botos and Paul Novotny. Freewill offering.
Tannenbaum 10K
Sun. Dec. 6, starts at 9 am
Along the Boardwalk
Beaches Runners Club
A 10K run, and kids 1k fun run, along the Martin Goodman Trail, starting/ending at foot of Lee Ave. Raising funds for Community Centre 55's Share A Christmas Program.
Beach Hill Neighbourhood Association’s Bake-o-Rama
Sun. Dec. 6, 3 pm - 5 pm
The Naval Club, 1910 Gerrard St. E.
Bake sale, baking competition, and activities for the kids.
Colon Cancer Prevention
Mon. Dec. 7, 2 pm - 3 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join a representative from Toronto Public Health for a presentation outlining colorectal health, cancer risk factors and ways to reduce your risk, and cancer screening tests available within the community.
Caroling in the Park
Tues. Dec. 8, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Glen Stewart Park
Contact: 416-759-9997, Dave Breach
The 27th year! Join us to sing carols and contemporary songs with the Salvation Army Band and the Beach United Church choir. Santa Claus will hand out candy canes to the children and there will be hot apple cider and hot chocolate to keep you warm. A collection will be taken for the Salvation Army.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - Arsenic And Old Lace
Wed. Dec. 9, 2 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: Arsenic And Old Lace (1944).
Karen Franzen and Friends 15th Annual Holiday Show
Fri. Dec. 11, 6 pm - 9 pm; Sat. Dec. 12, 10 am - 5 pm ; Sun. Dec. 13, 10 am - 5 pm
3 Wembley Drive
Karen Franzen
Join us at our annual Holiday Show, artists include Lara Bazant, Karen Franzen, Kathleen O'toole, Jane Saracino, Bev Winn. Please join us for a glass of holiday cheer. Each artist has donated a handmade item to fill a gift basket. Tickets sold from a raffle will go in support of The Glen Rhodes food bank.
Santa at the Gardener’s Cottage
Sat. Dec. 12, 11 am - 3 pm
Kew Gardens
Toronto Beach Rotary
Hot chocolate provided. Donations to Community Centre 55 Share A Christmas campaign gratefully accepted. Bring your camera!
Christmas Toy Drive
Sat. Dec. 12, 3 pm - 8 pm
The Duke, 1225 Queen St. E.; 416-463-5302
Help us make this year's Toy Drive the biggest ever! Come by and donate any unwrapped toys or gifts.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - Coco Avant Chanel
Wed. Dec. 16, 2 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: Coco Avant Chanel (2009). In French with English subtitles.
Winter begins (Winter Solstice)
Tue. Dec. 22
The winter solstice occurs exactly when the axial tilt of a planet is farthest away from its star, depending on the polar hemisphere of reference. Earth's maximum axial tilt to our Sun during a solstice is 23° 26'. More evidently from high latitudes, a hemisphere's winter solstice occurs on the shortest day and longest night of the year, when the sun's daily maximum position in the sky is the lowest.[2] Since the winter solstice lasts only a moment in time, other terms are often used for the day on which it occurs, such as midwinter, the longest night or the first day of winter.
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - It's A Wonderful Life
Wed. Dec. 23, 2 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: It's A Wonderful Life (1946).
Christmas Day
Fri. Dec. 25
Boxing Day
Sat. Dec. 26
Wednesday Afternoon At The Movies - The Glass Bottom Boat
Wed. Dec. 30, 2 pm
2161 Queen St. E.
Beaches Library
Join us for a series of cinematic classics, new releases, foreign films and documentaries. Featuring: The Glass Bottom Boat (1966).
New Year's Eve at Nathan Phillips Square
Thur. Dec. 31, starts at 8 pm
Nathan Phillips Square
Join the celebration and ring in the New Year with residents and visitors alike at Nathan Phillips Square. Skate on Toronto's famous ice rink to the sounds of a local DJ, enjoy live musical performances from top Toronto talent throughout the evening, and a spectacular fireworks presentation at midnight.
36th Annual Hair of the Dog Run
Fri. Jan. 1, 11 am to 1 pm
Balmy Beach Canoe Club, along the Boardwalk
Lace up your running shoes and come on down to the Balmy Beach Club at the foot of Beech Avenue for the 36th Annual Hair of the Dog Run. 9k Run and 3k Walk. Walkers start at 11:30 am, Runners start at 12 noon. On-site registration starts at 10:30 am. or you can register online. Everyone is invited to the cool dip!
New Year's Day
Fri. Jan. 1
School resumes (TDSB)
Mon. Jan. 4
Fri. Jan. 29 - Thur. Feb. 11
Restaurants throughout Toronto or call 311
Toronto's Winter Foodie Celebration! Experience a series of mouth-watering culinary events and indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value. Try something new, try something exotic, try something traditional or try it all during this savoury, luscious, and succulent series hosted by more than 200 of Toronto’s top restaurants. Is anybody else getting hungry?
Valentine's Day
Sun. Feb. 14
Family Day (Ontario)
Mon. Feb. 15
Beaches 9th Annual Kids Program Open House
Sat. Feb. 20, 10 am - 2 pm
Beaches Recreation Centre Gym – 6 Williamson Rd.
Beaches Living and Beaches Recreation Centre
Come learn about and explore kids programs available in the Beaches for ages 0 to 16. Meet face to face with program organizers, teachers, coaches, etc. The participating programs are in all areas including music, sports, science, arts, computer, playgroups, tutors, after school programs and much more. This Open House is free and open to families in the Beaches and the Greater Beaches area. View event photos from past year at:
Daylight Saving Time Begins
Sun. Mar. 13
Don't forget to turn your clocks forward an hour!
March Break
Mon. Mar. 14 to Fri. Mar. 18
St. Patrick's Day
Thur. Mar. 17
The longest-running Saint Patrick's Day parade in Canada occurs each year in Montreal, Québec. The parades have been held in continuity since 1824; however, St. Patrick's Day itself has been celebrated in Montreal as far back as 1759 by Irish soldiers in the Montreal Garrison following the British conquest of New France. In Canada, Saint Patrick's Day is an official holiday only in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. In the City of Toronto from 1919 to 1927, the Toronto Maple Leafs were known as the Toronto St. Patricks, and wore green jerseys. In 1999 when the Leafs played on Hockey Night in Canada (national broadcast of the NHL) on St. Patrick's Day, the Leafs wore the green St. Pats retro jersey. Although the baseball season is still in the spring training phase when St. Patrick's Day rolls around, the Toronto Blue Jays wear green uniforms for the occasion.
Spring begins
Sat. Mar. 19
Earth Hour
Sat. Mar. 19, 8:30 - 9:30 pm
Earth Hour is a worldwide grassroots movement uniting people to protect the planet, and is organised by WWF. Engaging a massive mainstream community on a broad range of environmental issues, Earth Hour was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007. Since then it has grown to engage more than 7000 cities and towns worldwide, and the one-hour event continues to remain the key driver of the now larger movement.
Beaches 4th Annual Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT!
Sat. Mar. 19, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Kew Gardens Park
Beaches Living
Let's celebrate together at the 4th annual Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT! event. Music, Dance, Candle Lights and Paper Lanterns. Visit for event updates.
Good Friday
Fri. Mar. 25
Beaches Lions Club 50th Annual Easter Parade
Easter Sunday, Mar. 27, 2 pm - 4 pm
Queen St. E., from Neville Park Blvd. to Woodbine Ave.
Toronto Beaches Lions Club or Keith Begley at 416-690-2614
Everyone loves the Easter Parade. The event, now in its fifth decade, attracts thousands of people from all over the city. Don't forget your Loonies for the Lions, to support local charities. Applications for the parade can be found at the Beaches Lions Website.
Easter Sunday (Western)
Sun. Mar. 27
Easter Monday (Western)
Mon. Mar. 28
Beaches Spring Sprint
Sat. Apr. 2, 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Boardwalk and BBCC
Beaches Recreation Centre Advisory Council
29th Anniversary Spring Sprint, 5 km run/walk for adults at 9:30 am; 2 km run for kids/seniors at 10:30 am. Awards following at the Balmy Beach Canoe Club. Registration will take place at the Beaches Recreation Centre late March and beginning of April. No registration day of the race. To volunteer please send an email to
Earth Day
Fri. Apr. 22
Spring Beach Studio Tour 2016
Fri. Apr 29, 6 - 9 pm; Sat. Apr 30, 10 am - 6 pm; Sun. May 1, 11 am - 6 pm
From west of Woodbine Ave. to east of Victoria Pk. Ave. in The Beach
Beach Studio Tour artists
Nathalie Vachon 647-559-6950;
Come visit 24 artists @ 14 studio sites - paintings, hand-woven fashion, glass art, ceramics, photography, sculpture, jewellery, handbags, home decor and more. Brochures (with map) are available at most local shops and on our website. Come explore our vibrant, artistic neighbourhood. Self-guided, FREE admission.
Mother's Day
Sun. May 8
Happy Mother's Day!
Fireworks at Ashbridges Bay Park
Victoria Day, Mon. May 23, 9:45 pm
Ashbridges Bay Park
City of Toronto
Toronto's only Victoria Day fireworks show will be a spectacular 14 minute display at Ashbridges Bay Park, rain or shine. TTC service will be increased between Queen Street East and the Bloor-Danforth subway on the Coxwell (22A), Main (64) and Woodbine South (92A). It is recommended that members of the public use the TTC and leave their cars at home. A special viewing area with limited space is set aside to accommodate people with disabilities and their families. City bylaws prohibit the public from setting off personal fireworks in the park.
Victoria Day
Mon. May 23
Happy Victoria Day!
Small Paintings for Small Spaces
Fri. May 27, 3 pm - 8 pm; Sat. May 28 & Sun. May 29, 10 am - 5 pm
Gardener's Cottage in Kew Gardens
The Beach Guild of Fine Art;;
The Beach Guild of Fine Art presents its annual Spring Show and Sale at the historic Gardener’s Cottage in Kew Gardens. The show features small paintings by over 40 artists and affordable art (under $350). Gift basket lucky draw and free admission. Visit website for more information.
Luminato Festival
Fri. June 10 to Sun. June 19
Various venues across the city;
An international multi-arts festival for people open to having art change their outlook on the world, for ten days each June, the Luminato Festival transforms theatres, parks and public spaces across the city of Toronto and creates a home for artists to come play, share and create. When the unexpected meets the transformative, that’s a Luminato moment!
Father's Day
Sun. June 19
Happy Father's Day!
First Day of Summer
Mon. June 20
Today marks the official first day of summer.
St. Jean Baptiste Day (Que.)
Fri. June 24
Happy Canada Day!
Fri. July 1st
Did You Know? -- not till October 27, 1982, July 1st which was known as "Dominion Day" became "Canada Day". The July 1 holiday was established by statute in 1879, under the name Dominion Day. For more information about the history of Canada Day, visit Canadian Heritage website at
Canada Day Fireworks
Fri. July 1st, after 9:30 pm
Ashbridges Bay Park
City of Toronto, 311
Canada’s birthday is celebrated every year with fireworks on the expanse of the Beach at Ashbridge’s Bay Park.
Independence Day (U.S.)
Mon. July 4
Civic Holiday in Canada
Mon. Aug. 1
Canada wide
In Canada, Civic Holiday is in most cases the first Monday of August. Civic Holiday in Canada is not a statutory holiday. A bill has been attempted to be passed in the House of Commons but it has always been unsuccessful. If an employer wants you to work, it is a work day.
Labour Day
Mon. Sept. 5
Canada celebrates Labour Day on the first Monday of September and is the last long weekend of the summer – the last time families can take their children on a short vacation before school starts again. If you can't get out of town – be a tourist in your own town.
First Day of Autumn
Thur. Sept. 22
Thanksgiving Day
Mon. Oct. 10
The history of Thanksgiving in Canada goes back to an explorer, Martin Frobisher, who had been trying to find a northern passage to the Orient. He did not succeed but he did establish a settlement in Canada. In the year 1578, he held a formal ceremony, in what is now the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, to give thanks for surviving the long journey. This is considered the first Canadian Thanksgiving, and the first Thanksgiving to have taken place in North America.
Mon. Oct. 31
The Celts believed that every year on the last day of October, the souls of the dead visited the earth.
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