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Lists of holidays

Mid-Autumn Festival Tado Festival Fukagawa Festival Dragon Boat Festival Ghost Festival Sannō Festival Qingming Festival Harvest Festival First Full Moon Festival Qixi Festival Kanda Festival Chongyang Festival Sanja Festival Japanese Autumn Festival Gion Festival Chinese New Year

List of Easter television specials

"Egg Hunt" 2003 Capitol Critters: "Opies Choice" 1992 Bunnicula: "The Chocolate Vampire Bunny" Baby Looney Tunes: "Eggs-traordinary Adventure" 2003 "Doras Easter Adventure" 2012 Dora the Explorer Chucklewood Critters: A Chucklewood Easter 1986 As Told by Ginger: The Easter Ham 2004 Maisy: "Eggs" 1999 "Bugs Bunnys Easter Special" 1977 Fat Albert: "The Fat Albert Easter Special" 1982 "Easter Yeggs" 1947 Little Charmers: "Sparkle Bunny" 2015 Looney Tunes "Mickeys Springtime Surprise" 2010 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse "Mickeys Great Clubhouse Hunt" 2007 "Booty Egg" 2019 "The Teen Titans Go Easter Ho ...

List of fictional holidays

Robanukah - robot holiday made up by Bender as an excuse for not working. The characters later decide to actually celebrate it - by "doing the robot dance", with Jewish-style music playing in the background. - Futurama Do Nothing Day - made up by Nobita who uses one of Doraemons magical gadgets to declare it. - Doraemon Dogbert Day - from Dilbert animated TV show, created by Dogbert as a holiday designed to replace all holidays and be incredibly bothersome while doing so. It includes elements from all normal holidays, including big dinners, a parade and "visits from unpleasant relatives", ...

List of Halloween television specials

To Switch a Witch 1978. The Scooby-Doo Show. (Скуби-Ду Шоу) The Headless Horseman of Halloween 1976. Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow 2013. Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!: Halloween 2017. Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King 2008. The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show: A Halloween Hassle at Draculas Castle 1984. A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: Ghost Whos Coming to Dinner? 1988. Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers 1987. Whats New, Scooby-Doo?: A Scooby-Doo Halloween 2003.

List of objects dropped on New Year's Eve

On New Years Eve, many localities in America mark the beginning of a year through the raising or lowering of an object. Many of these events are patterned off festivities that have been held at New York Citys Times Square since 1908, where a large crystal ball is lowered down a pole atop One Times Square. In turn, the event was inspired by the time balls used by ship navigators in the 19th century to calibrate their chronometers. Whilst some of these events use a ball in imitation of Times Square, many "drops" utilize objects that represent an aspect of local culture, geography, or history ...

Scientology holidays

Holidays, commemorations and observances in the Church of Scientology include the following: February 22: Celebrity Day The anniversary of the opening of the Celebrity Centre International in Los Angeles in 1970, which, in the Churchs words, is "dedicated to the rehabilitation of the culture through art". March 13: L. Ron Hubbards birthday A very important holiday in Scientology. March 24: Student Day This holiday celebrates the commencement of the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course in 1961. April 20: L. Ron Hubbard Exhibition Day According to the Churchs official website, this day is "to ...

List of St. Patrick's Day television specials

Jackie Chan Adventures: "Tough Luck" 2002 Lil Bush: "St. Patricks Day" 2008 Extreme Ghostbusters: "The Luck of the Irish" 1997 "The Gold Standard" 2017 "Beast Boys Bad Luck, and Its Bad" 2016 Martin Mystery: Rage of the Leprechaun 2006 Teen Titans Go! Futurama: "The Luck of the Fryrish" 2001 The Loud House: "No Such Luck" 2017 The Real Ghostbusters: "The Scaring of the Green" 1987 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" 2008 "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment" 1997 The Simpsons The Leprechauns Christmas Gold: a Rankin-Bass St. Patricks Day/Christmas special 1981