2020 Hoodie Hoo Day

Annual Fall

20th February

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202120th FebruarySaturday
202220th FebruarySunday
202320th FebruaryMonday
202420th FebruaryTuesday
202520th FebruaryThursday
202620th FebruaryFriday
202720th FebruarySaturday
202820th FebruarySunday
202920th FebruaryTuesday
203020th FebruaryWednesday

On this winter day, people go out at noon, wave their hands over their heads and chant "Hoodie-Hoo". Feb. 20 is Hoodie-Hoo Day, when residents of the Northern Hemisphere, tired of winter, step outside at noon, wave their hands over their heads and yell "Hoodie Hoo!"

Hoodie Hoo Day

It is a day to chase away winter blahs, and bring in spring. After all, everyone in the northern hemisphere are sick and tired of winter at this point and a little crazy being cooped up inside all winter and not seeing the sun.

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Now a day we need more and more information about different countries, different religions throughout the world, for our various needs. 2015 Holidays page is an attempt from us to make your lives little easy. Here in one place you can get lots of information about different countries' holidays.

We provide holidays for around thirty counties including Unites States, United Kingdom, India, Australia, Singapore, China, Canada, Malaysia, Indonesia etc. Religious festivals like Hindu Festivals, Islamic Festivals, Jewish Festivals, Christian Festivals, Sikh Festivals and Buddhist Festivals.

Apart from that we have also provided the list of many International Holidays. In our continuous effort to serve you better, we have provided brief descriptions for most of the holidays. Hope it will help you to know more about a particular holiday like when, why and how the day is celebrated.

International Years - The United Nations picks several topics or themes each year that are the focus of the calendar year. In 2015, these are: International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies and International Year of Soils.

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