Celebrate the Lesser-Known Fall Holidays with Printable Cards

Sep 28, 2016

We all know about Rosh Hashanah, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Diwali. But there are so many important times and dates during the fall that go unacknowledged.

Until now.

Share your best wishes with friends and families with our series of printable greeting cards.

Happy Spanxgiving!

Tis the season to cram yourself into last year’s fall wardrobe! 

Best Wishes Through The Season of Fall Allergies and Illness

With pollen our eyes and tissues tucked away into every pocket, here’s wishing you a lovely season of suspicious coworkers asking you “Are you sick?” as they quickly back away from you.

Happy Freezing-Then-Boiling Day!

Usually celebrated in September or even October, this is a day filled with unseasonably warm, then cold, then warm temperatures that no meteorologist could have ever predicted.  

Congratulations! You Found Your Parent Soul Mate

Whether it’s bonding over the terrible refs at the arena or the best place to buy reasonably priced gym clothes, the day your find your parent "soul mate" is truly a day to celebrate. 

Good Luck on Your Trip to the Pumpkin Patch

Between you trying to figure out the convoluted tractor-ride schedule and yelling at your kids to stop doing whatever they’re doing (“Stop throwing hay at your sister!"), this day is an important rite of passage for all parents.

Happy Last Day of Raking Leaves!

…JK, you only stop raking when the snow falls, which turns to shovelling snow. I know a good massage therapist.

Article Author Jen Goodhue
Jen Goodhue

Jennifer Goodhue is a performer/writer in Toronto. As part of a stellar ensemble, she wrote and performed in five Second City MainStage revues. She co-starred in CTV’s Comedy Inc. for five seasons and has written for several television shows such as This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Stroumboulopoulos Tonight and YTV’s That’s So Weird. As a member of Comedy Inc. she was nominated for a Gemini Award and has won three Canadian Comedy Awards for her work with The Second City and Monkey Toast: The Improvised Talk Show.

She’s currently a staff writer for the much anticipated comedy Baroness Von Sketch Show on CBC. She continues to teach writing at The Second City Training Centre and perform in various impov shows around Toronto.

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