1. What holiday, falling at the end of summer, was first observed in 1894? 2. What U.S. holiday, first observed in 1792, is also celebrated in Spain, Italy and Latin America? 3. The date of what holiday is determined by the vernal equinox? 4. What holiday is the number-one day for sales of freshly cut flowers? 5. What holiday was once known as Decoration Day? 6. What is the meaning of wearing a red or a white carnation on Mothers Day? 7. On what holiday did Presidents John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe die? Can you name our only President who was borned on this holiday? 8. What holiday, now associated with love, was originally established to honor two martyred Christians having the same name? 9. What holiday celebrates the birthdays of two of our greatest presidents? 10. On what holiday was President Lincoln shot? 11. What holiday has a connection to Punxsutawney, PA? 12. What holiday was fixed as the third Sunday in June by presidential proclamation? 13. What fall holiday became the first U.S. holiday designated by presidential proclamation? 14. What religious holiday, having a connection to the winter solstice, is celebrated world-wide but sometimes under different names and dates? 15. Made a legal holiday in 1938, this holiday was first known as Armistice Day. 16. This festive holiday, celebrated world-wide, rejoices in birth and death at the same time. Answers posted on Monday.