Good Friday 2011 Holiday Information

Good Friday 2011 falls on April 22, 2011 this year.  It’s the important religious holiday which marks the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross.  For those who are part of the Catholic Church, this is the act that brought salvation to all of those who believe in the religion.  [Read more…]

Easter Gifts for Kids or Toddlers

Buying special Easter gifts for toddlers or kids Easter baskets can seem like a difficult task each year. Parents know that the baskets should always be age appropriate. This means the gifts given to a child when they were six may very well not be cool anymore when their eight. There are many gifts that are known classics for young children, older children and toddlers. Each age group has their own special gifts that are age appropriate and “cool”. [Read more…]

Easter Sunday 2011 Holiday Information

For Easter Sunday 2011, the religious holiday will be on Sunday, April 24, 2011.  This is a special time for those of the Catholic faith.  That’s two days after the Good Friday observance.  For the holiday, families will be attending church services, hosting Easter egg hunts, and enjoying a family dinner together. [Read more…]

Any Good Friday 2011 Federal Holiday Closings?

When is Good Friday 2011?  The special religious holiday falls on April 22, 2011 for this year, just two days ahead of Easter Sunday 2011.  Since it is a weekday, many people are wondering if there are particular Good Friday 2011 Federal Holiday closings.  Are banks, schools, the post office and/or stock market closed on Good Friday 2011?  Let’s find out! [Read more…]

When is the Easter Sunday 2011 Date?

Many people are wondering when is Easter Sunday 2011 date this year?  The latest Easter holiday date in America will be coming up very soon and kids all over are excited for the fun-filled holiday!  On this special religious holiday, all the children will be excited to get a visit from the famous Easter Bunny.  Tradition has the Easter Bunny leaving children a basket full of goodies and also hiding Easter eggs around homes, yards and other community parks or areas. [Read more…]