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    12 Jul '20 11:58
    How many of our dear friends from Australia; New Zealand, South Africa and/or South America have recently celebrated "Leon Day" ("Noel" spelled backwards) on June 25th?

    If so, Season's Greetings!
  2. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    13 Jul '20 13:561 edit
    @wolfe63 said
    How many of our dear friends from Australia; New Zealand, South Africa and/or South America have recently celebrated "Leon Day" ("Noel" spelled backwards) on June 25th?

    If so, Season's Greetings!
    Interesting......I wonder if that is what our Christmas movies in July on a few week-ends are all about?

    Probably not! 😉

    -VR
  3. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    14 Jul '20 01:39
    @wolfe63 said
    How many of our dear friends from Australia; New Zealand, South Africa and/or South America have recently celebrated "Leon Day" ("Noel" spelled backwards) on June 25th?

    If so, Season's Greetings!
    Our family celebrate "Sixthmas" on the Saturday/Sunday closest to 25th June.

    Mid-winter is celebrated close to 21st June
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    unfortunately the carnival was cancellled this year due to COVID-19.

    Maori and the wider community celebrate Matariki but different iwi celebrate at
    slightly different times. The schools observe Matariki the week before end of term.
    (ie first week of July)