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CELEBRATIONS

October - December

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AmorKado, your premier online gift shop situated in the heart of Malta

Crafting Memories with Personalised Tailor-Made Wooden Gifts for Every Celebration

Celebrations:

October - December

Oct-Nov-Dec

International Day of Older Persons 

October 1

Celebrates and supports older adults.


Child Health Day 

October 2

Focuses on child health, nutrition, and well-being.


International Day of Non-Violence 

October 2

Commemorates Mahatma Gandhi's principles of non-violence.


Breast Cancer Awareness 

October 3

A global campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment. It emphasizes the importance of regular screenings and self-examinations.


World Teacher's Day 

October 5

Celebrates the critical role teachers play in achieving inclusive, quality education for all. This year's World Teacher's Day holds even greater significance due to the challenges teachers faced during the COVID-19 crisis. They contribute to continuity of learning and support students' mental health and well-being.


Mental Health Awareness 

October 3

A day to promote understanding, reduce stigma, and raise awareness about mental health issues. Conversations about mental health can be life-changing, and this day encourages starting those conversations.


World Food Day 

October 16

Focuses on global hunger, food security, and sustainable agriculture. It aims to raise awareness about the importance of nutritious food for all.


Halloween 

October 31

Celebrated with costume parties and trick-or-treating. It's a time for spooky fun and creativity.


All Saints' Day 

November 1

Honors all saints, known and unknown, in Christian tradition.


All Souls' Day 

November 2

Remembers and prays for the souls of the departed.


Black Friday 

Date varies

Known for shopping deals and discounts.


Cyber Monday 

Date varies

Focuses on online shopping promotions.


World Children's Day 

November 20

Advocates for children's rights and well-being.


Advent 

December 3

Marks the beginning of the Christian liturgical season leading up to Christmas.


International Special Needs Awareness 

December 3

Raises awareness about disabilities and inclusion.


Human Rights Day 

December 10

Commemorates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


Christmas Eve 

December 24

Christmas Eve ]is the day before Christmas, celebrated worldwide. It’s marked by family gatherings, feasts, caroling, church services, and anticipation of Christmas Day.


Christmas Day 

December 25

Christmas is a Christian holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. It is also widely celebrated by many non-Christians as a secular, cultural festival.


Boxing Day 

December 26

Traditionally a day for giving to the less fortunate.


New Year's Eve 

December 31

Celebrates the end of the year and the beginning of a new one.