Columbus Day

Columbus Day Explorer Cup

Columbus Day Explorer Cup ONLINE CHECK-IN Procedures *Please read the following in its entirety as it contains important information that must be completed* To complete the online check-in please follow these instructions: Go to your GotSoccer team page Click on the event located under “Event Registration History” Click on the “Documents” tab on the far […]

Columbus Day

Columbus Day Decorations

Columbus Day Decorations. Themes for Columbus Day decorations for your classroom. Stock images of happy Columbus Day decorations are now available for download. This is a collection of worksheets and posters related to Columbus Day. Christopher Columbus Day, celebrated on October 12, 1492, is a national holiday in many countries of the Americas and beyond. […]

Columbus Day

Columbus Day Creation

Columbus Day Creation: The holiday Columbus Day is becoming one of the more controversial ones in the US. The holiday has already been replaced by Indigenous Peoples’ Day in a number of cities across the country. Christopher Columbus is derided as a hero for colonizing the Caribbean for Spain, bringing slavery, disease, and death with […]

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Columbus Day

Columbus Day Colors

Columbus Day Colors: USA national Holiday. Flag colors – red, blue, and white balloons on wooden board. A strong showing of Italian-American pageantry was held on Fifth Avenue with tens of thousands of New Yorkers and tourists participating, while New Mexico and a number of states and municipalities decided not to celebrate Columbus Day at all. […]

Columbus Day

Columbus Day Celebrations

Columbus Day Celebrations: Columbus Day is a U.S. holiday that recognizes the landing of Christopher Columbus in the Americas in 1492, and Columbus Day 2021 happens on Monday, October 11. It was informally celebrated in various urban communities and states as ahead of schedule as the eighteenth century, yet didn’t turn into a government holiday […]

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Columbus Day

Columbus Day Cancelled

On Columbus Day and Indigenous People’s Day, the state recognizes both. The new Coronavirus is forcing a lot of Columbus Day events to be cancelled in 2020. The federal government still observes Columbus Day in all states and territories. When did Columbus Day become Indigenous Peoples Day? 1992 Which president started Columbus Day? President Franklin […]

Columbus Day

Columbus Day Bash

Our 4th Annual Columbus Day Bash is being held in Hartford, Connecticut and surrounding communities. 4th Annual “Columbus Day Bash” presented by Firecracker Sports will be held October 9th-11th, 2021 College Showcase Camp – Individual Players Only: Friday, October 8th, 2021 Age groups: 16U and 18U (2 Divisions) Pool play: Saturday, October 9th and Sunday, […]

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Columbus Day

Columbus Day Banned

Columbus Day Banned: Today is Columbus Day — besides in a developing number of urban areas and states that rather perceive Indigenous People’s Day. This pattern is a tragic turn of events. There is no specific explanation the United States needs to observe Christopher Columbus’ appearance in the New World. In any of his journeys, […]

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Columbus Day

Columbus Day Background

Columbus Day Background: Columbus Day is a federal U.S. holiday that commemorates the voyage and landing of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in the “New World” on October 12, 1492. The anniversary of his landing in what would eventually be known the Americas was first formally celebrated 300 years later, in 1792, by the Columbian Order (Society of St. Tammany) in New […]