The holidays are fast approaching and soon you’ll be starting to think about what gifts to get everyone, including that one Animal Crossing obsessed friend or family member. We’re here to help with our Animal Crossing Etsy holiday gift guide!
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Labor Day in Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a simple event only found in the North American version of the game. It occurs yearly on the first Monday of September.
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, walk to the Town Tree Plaza in your village to find Isabelle standing near the tree. She will offer you the Picnic Basket, an exclusive item to North America, to celebrate Labor Day.
Additionally, there is a 3-person faceboard available nearby for screenshot opportunities, like many events and holidays in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Have fun!
Children’s Day is a Japanese holiday and event in Animal Crossing: New Leaf occurring on May 5th, part of the Golden Week in Japan. There are three opportunities with the Children’s Day event in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. They’re all after the break:
It was Easter Day around the world recently and there’s an event in Animal Crossing: New Leaf to celebrate it! It was known as Bunny Day in City Folk and it may be called that again in the English versions of New Leaf. All of the details are below:
It’s Girl’s Day in Japan today and of course there’s a mini holiday in Animal Crossing: New Leaf for it! You might also know it by Doll Festival or Girl’s Festival. The Girl’s Day holiday doesn’t have a whole lot to it in New Leaf but we’ll talk about what there is anyway!
Yesterday was Setsubun in Japan and of course that means there’s a holiday in Animal Crossing: New Leaf for it! Keep reading to learn all about it:
A few months back before the game released, we reported on a new holiday in Animal Crossing: New Leaf called Grass Day. Turns out we got it pretty wrong (oops) so we’re back today with updated details on the holiday! Read all about it below: