St. Andrew’s Day: A Scottish Celebration – FamilySearch November 29, 2019

I saw this recently on FamilySearch – St. Andrew’s Day: A Scottish Celebration: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/st-andrews-day/.

November 29, 2019  – by  Alison Ensign

St. Andrew’s Day is a national holiday in Scotland that is celebrated with feasts on November 30. It is also Scotland’s national day, marking the beginning of Scotland as a nation. Variations of the holiday are also celebrated in Romania, Germany, Austria, Poland, and Russia.

Holiday traditions are an important part of global cultures as well as family identities. Learn more about holidays around the world and their cultural impact.

You can use FamilySearch Memories to record stories about your culture’s holidays or the traditions your family has over the holidays. FamilySearch.org allows you to share these stories with your family members and save them for future generations.

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