December is the month of celebrations. No matter if you observe Hanukkah, Christmas, or Kwanzaa, surround yourself with loved ones for the entire month.
Thursday, December 7th:
First Day of Hanukkah: A celebration that extends across eight days (and nights).
Thursday, December 21st:
Ugly Sweater Day: Time to bust out those monstrosities donning bells, lights, and mistletoe. Anyone up for an ugly Christmas sweater party?
Monday, December 25th:
Christmas Day: Skip the caroling this year and kick back by the fire with your family.
Tuesday, December 26th:
First Day of Kwanzaa: The countdown is on until the Karamu feast.
Wednesday, December 27th:
No Interruptions Day: Put your phone on do not disturb and drop the kids off at their grandparents for your most productive day.
Sunday, December 31st:
New Year’s Eve: Before you sing and toast to Auld Lang Syne, don’t forget to send out that much anticipated 2023 holiday calendar.