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Top Koozie holidays in the US

There are several holidays celebrated in the United States that hold significant cultural and historical importance. Here are some of the top holidays observed in the US:

  1. New Year’s Day (January 1st): This day marks the beginning of the Gregorian calendar year and is celebrated with parties, fireworks, and the famous Times Square ball drop in New York City.
  2. Martin Luther King Jr. Day (third Monday in January): This holiday honors the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to equality and justice for all Americans.
  3. Presidents Day (third Monday in February): Originally celebrated in honor of George Washington’s birthday, this holiday now recognizes all US presidents and their contributions to the nation’s history.
  4. Memorial Day (last Monday in May): This day commemorates the men and women who have died while serving in the US military. It often involves memorial ceremonies, parades, and visiting cemeteries.
  5. Independence Day (July 4th): Also known as the Fourth of July, this holiday celebrates the Declaration of Independence in 1776, marking the United States’ independence from Great Britain. Fireworks, parades, and barbecues are common during this holiday.
  6. Labor Day (first Monday in September): Dedicated to the contributions and achievements of American workers, Labor Day marks the end of summer and is often celebrated with picnics, parades, and outdoor activities.
  7. Columbus Day (second Monday in October): This holiday commemorates Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas in 1492. It recognizes the contributions of Italian-Americans to US culture and history.
  8. Veterans Day (November 11th): Originally called Armistice Day, this holiday honors all military veterans who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
  9. Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November): Celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, Thanksgiving is a time for families and friends to come together, express gratitude, and enjoy a traditional meal that typically includes turkey.
  10. Christmas Day (December 25th): This holiday marks the birth of Jesus Christ and is celebrated with religious services, gift-giving, decorations, and spending time with loved ones.

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