December means the end of the calendar year, but it also signals the approach of three major holidays. Hanukkah is celebrated this year from December 1st through December 9th. After Hanukkah comes Christmas on December 25th. At the end of the month, we celebrate Kwanzaa from December 26th until January 1st. The fourth season of our year, Winter, also starts on December 21st this year.
To celebrate these holidays and the Winter season, the WCC Library offers a book exhibit of children’s books and recipe books in the bulletin board area for the holidays, with books about Winter in the newspaper area. Feel free to browse these areas and find a good book to cuddle up with during the cold Winter nights.
To track Santa during his Christmas Eve trip, visit NORAD’s website and make sure to be asleep when he nears your house! To find out more information about Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, visit these websites and impress your friends with all the knowledge you have of these important holidays!