Holidays in Fraughtia

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Fraughtians celebrate several public holidays, many of which are recognized by Fraughtia. Currently 6 holidays are formally recognized, as per the Fraughtian Holidays Act of 2022. Foundation Day, celebrated on December 7, was the first holiday to be properly recognized by Congress in 2019.


In the early Fraughtian Community various holidays were celebrated, but none were officially recognized. These included New Years Day, Valentines, Halloween, and Christmas Day, all from the cultures of the various members. The anniversary of the community (December 7) was known by only a few members, and wasn’t celebrated.

On 21 November 2019, Congress established December 7 as Fraughtian Day. Fraughtian Day would be celebrated by sharing history and decorating in red, white, and black. On 30 March 2020, the Fraughtia Convention was created, and was scheduled to run twice a year, on June 7 and December 7, and was a celebration of Fraughtian history and culture.

Edwardxro designated April 15 as Zenith Day in Xrovia, in recognition of Xrovia reaching over five thousand messages on the day. This day also was the highest recorded activity in any Fraughtian region, until May 27 when Xrovia yet again set a new record of nine thousand messages in a day.

On 22 February 2022, the Guardianship passed the Fraughtian Holidays Act, which established another 5 holidays. These include: New Year’s Day, Caveton Day, Zenith Day, Minecraft Day, Foundation Day (renamed Fraughtian Day), and Christmas Day.

List of recognized holidays

Date Name Details
January 1 New Year’s Day Celebrates the start of the year.
Caveton Day Celebrates the creation of Caveton.
April 15 Zenith Day Originally an Xrovian holiday celebrating the day of highest activity. Now is a day celebrating Fraughtian success.
May 17 Minecraft Day Anniversary of the creation of Minecraft.
December 7 Foundation Day Anniversary of the founding of Fraughtia.
December 25 Christmas Day Celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.


  • This article incorporates text from Public Domain document "Holidays in Fraughtia", a publication from the Minister of History