Are you being a bad person this year? If yes, you better watch out, because the night of 5 December is Krampusnacht, or Krampus Night, where Krampus will come to punish you and drag you to the underworld! Continue reading
Chichibu Yomatsuri or Chichibu Night Festival is held on 2-3 December at the Chichibu Shrine at Chichibu, Japan. It is considered as one of Japan’s top three festivals that feature floats, the others being Kyoto’s Gion Matsuri and the Takayama Matsuri. From the three festivals, Chichibu Yomatsuri is the only one that is held in winter. In 2016, Chichibu Yomatsuri has been registered as a world cultural heritage event. Continue reading
This year, Hanukkah will be celebrated starting on sunset of 2 December until nightfall of 10 December. Hanukkah, which is also known as Festival of Lights and the Feast of Dedication, is a Jewish celebration that commemorates the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem during Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire. Continue reading
Do you know that we will celebrate the Red Planet Day on 28 November? It commemorates the day when Mariner 4, a program conducted by the American space agency NASA in conjunction with Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), managed to do a flyby of the planet Mars and gave the first glimpse of Mars at close range, on 28 November 1964. Continue reading
We will welcome December in a matter of days and Adorageek already has something to enrich your days in the coming month! Below you could find a Monthly Journal Page, decorated with cute ice cream critters, for you to hang in your house, shop, office, anywhere! For December, we have a cute bat, a unicorn, and a mint chocolate chip ice cream with a chocolate bar on top. Yum! To match it, we set the banner with the two critters musing over a journal. What do you think will be in their agenda this December? Continue reading
Gather up, fans of Doctor Who all over the world and even beyond! We will celebrate TARDIS Day on 23 November! TARDIS Day celebrates the anniversary of “The Unearthly Child”, the debut episode of the series Doctor Who and the origin point of an ever-expanding universe, that was aired on 23 November 1963. Today, Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction television show.
This year, Thanksgiving is coming on the 22 November! This national holiday is celebrated in the United States, also in other countries by people of American descents. Previously, it was a day to give thanks on a good harvest and the blessings received in the preceding years. Continue reading