(2014 - 21st Edition)
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(SmartPhone, Outlook, Palm Pilot, Blackberry, Lotus Notes and PDF versions available)
Continuing to grow in popularity with corporations, universities, banks, hospitals, social service agencies and governments at all levels.
2014 - Working Parents
Each year the Multicultural Calendar chooses a theme to reinforce the message that even though we are all different, we are still the same. The Calendar focuses on what we have in common even though we come from diverse cultures and different parts of the world. Throughout our 21 years of producing the Calendar, we continue to be surprised at the similarities in themes of cultural festivals and religious days around the world. When we look at and share our similarities, we create the space for conversations from which acceptance, respect and flexibility emerge. The theme of the 2014 Multicultural Calendar is Working Parents.
A Working Parent is the norm amongst all cultures and ethnic origins. Parents from all diverse backgrounds share useful tips and suggestions on effective strategies they used to bring up their children.
Holy Days of the 12 major religions
Aboriginal Peoples, Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islam, Jain, Jewish, Shinto, Sikh, Wicca and Zoroastrian - and the cultural festivals of most ethnic groups in North America.
Aboriginal Peoples, Afro Canadian/American, United States, Armenian, Australian, Bangladeshi, Brazilian, Bulgarian, Canadian, Caribbean, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, United Kingdom, Egyptian, Ethiopian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Guatamalan, Hispanic, Hungarian, Indian, Iranian, Irish, Italian, Jordanian, Korean, Latvian, Latin American, Macedonian, New Zealand, Polish, Filipino, Portuguese, Russian, Scandanavian, Scottish, Sri Lankan, Swiss, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Vietnamese, Welsh.