The new Irish season is about to kick off.

As a country that’s been through many of the worst economic downturns in our nation’s history, it’s the perfect time to celebrate.

But for those who don’t yet have the opportunity to get involved, here’s how to celebrate in America.

1.

Celebrate New Years Eve In the US, New Years Day is celebrated on December 31.

It is an official public holiday, meaning it is observed in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

However, you don’t have to celebrate it on New Years day.

In fact, in some states, it is not even a public holiday.

New Years is actually considered a “National Holiday” and is not celebrated on any other day of the year.

2.

Wear a New Year’s Eve Hat The traditional US New Year hats are now made in Mexico, with a traditional American-made pattern that is often inspired by traditional European traditions.

You can purchase hats from some of the largest companies in the United States, including Walmart, Target, Sears and Home Depot.

3.

Drink a New Years Wine The US is the only country in the world where wine can be bought on New Year.

In some places, such as the states of Vermont and California, the purchase of New Year wine is strictly forbidden.

However in many other states, including Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wisconsin, you can purchase New Year champagne, which is a mix of sparkling wine and wine with no added sugar.

There are even cases of New Years wine with a “natural” sugar content.

4.

Get out the New Year Gifts Whether you’re going to a family gathering, a party, a birthday, or simply looking for something to make you feel good for New Year, a lot of things can be considered a New-Year gift.

However there are some items that can be a great New Year gift for a person of any age, including: A New Years gift certificate from Target, for example