It is always great fun and excitement to have friends and well-wishers attend the party you have organized to mark a special event or day in your life. Parties involve moments of socializing and recreation. Eating, drinking and dancing etc are peculiar with most common forms of parties.
There are many types of parties that are hosted and organized by individuals and groups. The most popular of these parties are usually those organized during special days. Here is what you should know about special days on which parties are organized.
A special day for party refers to the any day set aside to honor a person, an event, or any country. It could be a day set aside for the celebration of the birth of person, the wedding anniversary of couples etc. In many countries, there are celebrations of Special Days, and these are recognized internationally. Parties are held to entertain guests during these days.
International Special Days on Which Parties are Held
International Special Days on which parties are held include: Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Halloween, Mardi gras, International Friendship Day, etc. Many countries have special days on which parties are held. For instance, in the USA and Canada, Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November) is often accompanied with dinner parties where family members gather to celebrate and give thanks. This Day usually serve as a time of reunion for most families.
Hints on Special Days for Parties Associated with Religion
Special days’ parties are common with the celebration of religious events or festivals. During these periods, feasts or large party dinners are organized for many people. The following are religious special days for parties associated with Christianity, Islam, and Judaism:
- Christians( Christmas Day, Easter Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, etc)
- Islam (Eid il-Fitr, Eid- il-kabir, etc)
- Judaism (Passover, Hanukkah, Purim, etc.)
There are other Special Days on which parties are held during the celebrations. In many countries there are special days being observed to honor an event, a person etc. You can check out this fact from the websites of many countries as you can access online. Indeed, party transcends all religions, cultures, and countries.