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Not Another Holiday Quiz
November & December
"Tired of the assault on your senses produced by the extended Christmas season? Maybe you'd like to try some of these other December celebrations."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
December 3 is celebrated as a day to recognize the language spoken by a group of people living in the northeastern part of Spain and the southwestern part of France. In their own language, they call it 'Euskararen Nazioarteko Eguna'. The International Day of what language is celebrated in early December?
In 1985, the United Nations designated December 5 as a day for recognizing the contributions made by which of these groups?
Used car salesmen
December 9 is a day we shouldn't really need, as it is trying to raise awareness of something we would all like to see eliminated from government. Which of these days did the UN decree in 2003 that we should observe on December 9?
On December 12, members of the Baha'i faith celebrate which of these?
Feast of Masa'il (Questions)
Sukkot (Feast of Booths)
Diwali (Festival of Lights)
Eid ul-Fitr (Feast of Breaking the Fast)
On December 14 you can celebrate an unofficial holiday that reportedly started out as a joking scribble on a calendar. Which of these is celebrated on this simian holiday?
On December 15, Americans can celebrate the ratification, in 1791, of the first ten amendments to the Constitution. What name is commonly given to these amendments?
Bill of Rights
List of Rights
Bill of Sale
List of Wrongs
December 17 was the original date on which the Romans celebrated a feast in honor of the god who is associated with the astrological sign Capricorn. This god is not the Lord of the Rings, but does have a planet named after him. Can you identify the feast in question?
Should you know someone who has been forced to leave one country and live, often somewhat precariously, in another, you would probably be interested in celebrating which of these UN-declared days on December 18?
International Day of People with Disability
International Migrants Day
International Day for Biological Diversity
International Civil Aviation Day
December 20 or 21 marks the solstice - for those in the Northern Hemisphere it is the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, while those in the Southern Hemisphere celebrate the summer solstice, and more hours of daylight than at any other time. Which of these is NOT a solstice-related holiday?
If you are in the Mexican city of Oaxaca on December 23, you can see an exhibition of sculptured root vegetables. Which of these is the translation of the Spanish name for the celebration, Noche de Rabanos?
Afternoon of the Carrots
Evening of the Turnips
Day of the Parsnips
Night of the Radishes
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Compiled Jun 28 12