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Transcript of Holidays
March 11 November 1 day Earth Day on March 20 Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead, is Christianity's most important holiday. The all family decorated Easter eggs. After Easter morning church services, people return to their homes to eat on a easter food. Children usually find gift under the Christmas tree and believe this brings Santa Claus. Christmas morning, the all family goes to the church. When all come back to the table eating Christmas meal. When all come back gather to the table eating Christmas meal. Christmas tree Lithuanians have nicknamed New Year's Eve "Little Christmas Eve," because the holidays are celebrated in comparable ways. After eating dinner people to welcome the start of the new year. Like Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve furnishes Lithuanians with an important opportunity for fortune telling. The fireworks show February 16 the Day of Restoration of the State of Lithuania.The path to the restoration was long and complex. March 11 Day of Restoration of Independence of Lithuania.On 11 March going concerts, student drawings show. Lithuania worldwide Earth Day everyone celebrates lifting the nesting boxes, cleaning environment, go to nature. Action "let's do it"
in Lithuania All Soul's Day in Lithuania is a day to remember the dead. Candles are lit at gravesite memorials and in churches on this day. "Let's do it" -is general action, in which the debris is collected in Lithuania. Earth Hour +60