Leon Day

Celebrate Christmas in Summer! You read that right. Leon Day, celebrated every June 25, marks the halfway point in the year to Christmas. The word “Leon” is “Noel” spelled backward. This cheerful holiday was picked up by advertisers in the 1950s, inviting people to celebrate a small Christmas in the middle of summer, which became insanely popular in some communities.

Of course, what’s Christmas without gifts? This is the perfect opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping and show your keen some love. Did you know you can even watch Christmas movies on TV on Leon Day?

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