your school or office. Processions that usually include bands, groups, floats and other contingents. Yes, you’re right! It’sColumbus Day! It’s originally observed on October 12 of every year, but was changed to the second Monday in October beginning in 1971.
In some parts of the country, Columbus Day has evolved into a celebration of an Italian-American heritage. Local groups host parades and street fairs that feature colorful costumes, music and Italian forage. In places that use the second Monday of October tohonor indigenous peoples, activities include pow-wows, traditional dance events and lessons about Native American culture.
How about you? What do you celebrate on this day?
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Happy Columbus Day!