The holidays are coming quickly. Many people have different holiday traditions for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, New Years, and many more. There are many holiday traditions like spending time with family, opening gifts the night before Christmas, and getting pajamas for Christmas Eve. Some individuals celebrate Christmas on December 24th instead of the 25th. Most people can not spend all their time with their family because the families all have different Christmas plans.
Ana Grover's family, “meets at [her] grandma's house on Christmas Eve for a traditional German dinner. Which consists of Schnitzel, red cabbage, potato salad, Sauerkraut, and plum cake.” Other people watch the same movie every year, for example, Elf, is a movie that some watch while eating homemade food. Including watching movies and eating something from the movie that's being watched, for example eating a chocolate orange while watching the movie “A Chocolate Orange.” Most people do a white elephant gift exchange where people exchange gifts with friends and family. A fair amount of people build gingerbread houses or decorate ornaments to put on their Christmas tree. People set up lights around their house for everyone to see and set up multiple Christmas trees in their house. There are people who swim on Christmas Eve and then have their favorite foods for dinner before going to bed.
One family does 12 days of Christmas to a family where Rylann Jones family “find[s] a family in need and anonymously give them money. Secret Santa gifts with my family, opening Christmas Pj's on Christmas Eve, [and] getting an orange in my stocking.” This tradition started because his mom loves doing kind things for people. Many people watch Christmas lights on Christmas Eve or a church Christmas service that night. A great deal of people do advent calendars leading up to Christmas from 12 days or even 24 days.
Numerous people participate in hiding Elf on the Shelf for their younger siblings during the Christmas season. Many people stay up till midnight playing games with family and friends to count down to all the holidays. Based on the survey results most of the students at Bonneville celebrate Christmas. Happy Holidays Bonneville!
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