Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Christmas is approaching, with Christmas Eve 2 days away on the Sunday this year. Christmas Day celebrates Jesus Christ’s birth and has evolved into a time of year when families and friends get together, decorate their homes, enjoy a special meal and exchange gifts. Boxing Day is the day after Christmas Day and is usually […]

Happy Hanukkah!

Hanukkah is an 8 day Jewish observance, and is a time to remember the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom. This year Hanukkah begins on December 12 and ends on December 20. It is usually marked by Jewish families in the U.S. with a special meal including traditional Jewish dishes such as Rugelach, which is […]

Giving Thanks in November

On November 23, was Thanksgiving; a day to give thanks for what you have and is usually celebrated by friends and family getting together to share a special meal, parades and other festivities. This federal holiday is celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday in November. The day after Thanksgiving, is Black Friday in the United […]

November the Eleventh Month is a Good Month

In November, on the 1st of the month, many Catholic churches in the U.S. celebrate All Saint’ Day; a day to honor all the Saints. It is widely celebrated in many areas within the U.S, especially where the Roman Catholic’s have large populations. The day can also be referred to as All Hallows’ day as […]

Happy Halloween!

In October there are a few holidays to be celebrated with Columbus Day and Halloween included, but there are also some holidays worth mentioning. In Alaska, for example, October 18 is an annual federal holiday as it marks the anniversary of the transfer of territory from Russia to the U.S. This holiday is generally celebrated […]

Fabulous Fall!

On October 9, is Columbus Day this year; a day which remembers explorer Christopher Columbus’ arrival to America in 1492. Whilst this day is observed in many parts of the United States of America, some states within the U.S. celebrate other events that took place on that very same day. This includes Native American’s Day […]

Autumn Glory

September 16 was National CleanUp Day, an observance in the U.S. that occurs on the 3rd Saturday in September. This unofficial holiday aims to raise awareness about cleanliness and reducing litter, making sure the nature around us remains clean and rid of garbage. This is a day about appreciating nature and the world we live […]

Happy Labor Day!

On September 4, it was Labor Day, a day to celebrate the contribution of various labor unions to the American economy. It is a federal holiday and designed to give workers a day of rest. ‘In September we also have Patriot Day, an annual observance on September 11 in order to remember those who were […]

Interpreting In the Heart of the Summer

Over the summer AML-Global helped some great organizations by providing interpreting and interpreting equipment services to help facilitate very important international events An interesting project that we had a chance to work on was a GM Mexico Conference in Las Vegas, providing Spanish interpreting and interpreting equipment for GM’s Mexican Dealers. The event was organized […]

Summer Solstice

On June 20, we had the longest day of the year thanks to the June solstice, sometimes referred to as the summer solstice. On the southern hemisphere it is known as the winter solstice and is the shortest day of the year. A fact about the June solstice is that it occurs at the same […]

Juno What Im Talking About

June is an incredibly busy month for all, being considered the official start of summer. On June 6, D-Day is observed; it commemorates the Allied forces invasion of Normandy, France during the Second World War.’ Flag Day is celebrated on June 14 each year and honors the United States flag and the nation’s freedom. ‘Also, […]

May We Not Forget

In May, we have a federal holiday; Memorial Day. Memorial Day is always on the last Monday of May and this year happens to fall on May 29 meaning this weekend is a long one. The day honors the men and women who have died whilst serving in the U.S. military.’ It was originally known […]


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