Sunday, December 22, 2013

December 23, 2013

Festivus - It's for the Rest of Us!

When: December 23rd
IF You don't celebrate Christmas or Chanukah. Kwanzaa just isn't your thing. And, you don't even know what Ramadan is.
Then, come and experience the joy and the Miracle of Festivus. It's non-denominational. So, everyone can partake. The Festivus slogan is "A Festivus for the rest of us!"

The Origin of Festivus Holiday:
Festivus came into being as the direct result of a Jerry Seinfled television show episode. It first aired on December 18, 1997. It is an obscure holiday called Festivus, which was first celebrated in 1966.

Festivus Traditions:
An unadorned aluminum pole is the symbol of Festivus.
The Festivus holiday is celebrated with a dinner. Meatloaf is the suggested main course.
Dinner is followed by a "Feats of Strength".
Another popular Festivus tradition, is an "Airing of Grievances" . This is where you can tell someone how disappointed you are over what they did or didn't do during the past year.

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