Groundhog Day
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Annually celebrated in United States and Canada on 2nd February, Groundhog Day is a well known holiday that revolves around the popular weather lore of the coming out of a groundhog from its burrow on this date to look for its shadow. The winter is nearing an end if the groundhog sees its shadow and if it retreats into its hole in its absence the cold season is likely to continue for 6 more weeks. TheHolidaySpot brings you a wonderful section on Groundhog Day consisting of informative articles on the history and origin of the day as also attractive wallpapers, pictures to color, e-cards and an entertaining quiz related to the occasion. To refer this section to your friends and loved ones, just click here and pass on this page to them. Celebrate Groundhog Day to the hilt and have a blast!
think spring think groundhog, happy groundhog day
(Gorundhog Day is on 2nd Feb, 2017)
Fun Quiz
fun quiz
Just how well do you know about groundhogs and Groundhog Day? Try this quiz and test yourself.
A modest marmot or a mobile met-office? Know what a groundhog is and the legend associated to it.
Pics to color
picture to color
Print out cute groundhogs and color them just as you like.

Puzzle Activities
Test your analyzing skills with these exciting puzzle activities themed to Groundhog Day.Click Here
Craft Ideas
Use these brilliant tips to easily make some awesome crafts highly suited for Groundhog celebrations. Click Here
The Day
The day
Learn all about the unique origin of Groundhog Day and its first observance in America.
The Groundhog tradition has always been there and evolved through the ages. Know all about it.
Greetings cards
greetings cards
Send cute e-cards and wish "Happy Groundhog Day" to your friends and dear ones.
Set up on your desktop or send to friends fabulous wallpaper images of the loveable groundhog.
Season & Shadow
season & shadow
Do you know why seasons change or shadows are formed? If not, check this article.
This fantastic occasion is celebrated on the same date as Groundhog Day but of greater importance.