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There are many summer traditions and many reasons to celebrate!  The list you see below is "subcategories" of Summer Traditions.
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Summer Camps:
Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted (usually) during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers. The traditional view of a summer camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is evolving, with greater acceptance of newer summer camps that offer a wide variety of specialized activities. For example, there are camps for the performing arts, music, magic, computers, language learning, mathematics, children with special needs, and weight loss.
campaignforsummercamps.org.uk/  • ccca.org/public/publications/insite.asp  • Christian summer camps
Summer camps in the United States  • Summer_camps_for_children_with_special_needs/ wikipedia
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Summer Olympic Games:
The Summer Olympic Games or the Games of the Olympiad are an international multi-sport event, occurring every four years, organized by the International Olympic Committee. Medals are awarded in each event, with gold medals for first place, silver for second and bronze for third, a tradition that started in 1904. The Winter Olympics were also created due to the success of the summer Olympics.
Official Site of the Olympic MovementCandidate Cities for future Olympic Games
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Summer School:
The schools in this category typically enroll children under the age of 18 from around the country or even from other nations. Many offer programs that are not found in public school systems, like advanced music and art classes, gymnastics, astronomy, language immersion and so on. They are often called camps, but do not offer any of the traditional camping activities, and so they are excluded from the summer camps listings. For hybrid summer educational facilities that offer more summer 'camping' activities see the categories for Summer camps.
http://www.summer-schools.info/  • http://www.osc-ib.com/
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Dog Days:
"Dog Days" (Latin: diēs caniculārēs) are the hottest, most sultry days of summer. In the Northern Hemisphere, the dog days of summer are most commonly experienced in the months of July and August, which typically observe the warmest summer temperatures. In the Southern Hemisphere, they typically occur in January and February, in the midst of the austral summer. The name comes from the ancient belief that Sirius, also called the Dog Star, in close proximity to the sun was responsible for the hot weather.
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Nabak kimchi:
is a watery kimchi, similar to dongchimi, in Korean cuisine. It is made of thinly sliced Korean white radish and Napa cabbage (called baechu, hangul 배추, in Korean) into a rectangular shape as main ingredients and salted them with mixed vegetables and spices such as cucumber, scallion, water dropwort (called "minari", 미나리 in Korean), garlic, ginger, red chilies, chili pepper powder, sugar, salt, and water.
Nabak gimchi looks similar to dongchimi in form but is commonly consumed during spring and summer, whereas dongchimi is most commonly eaten in winter.
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Naengmyeon:
Raengmyeon (Korean: 랭면 (North Korea), 냉면 (South Korea), also known as naeng-myeon, naengmyun, or naeng-myun, meaning "cold noodles") is a Korean noodle dish of long and thin hand-made noodles made from the flour and starch of various ingredients:
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Summer vacation:
Summer vacation (also called summer holidays or summer break) is a vacation in the summertime between school years in which students and instructors are off school typically between 6 and 14 weeks, depending on the country and district.
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Yellow summer squash:
Yellow summer squash (one of several cultivated Cucurbita pepo) is a type of yellow-coloured summer squash. It is also known as straightneck squash to distinguish it from its close relative, the yellow crookneck squash. It has mildly sweet and watery flesh, and thin tender skins that can be left on the fruit for many types of recipes. It was almost certainly domesticated in the eastern United States, although other variants of the same species (zucchini, pumpkin) were domesticated in Mesoamerica. The squash grows on vined plants reaching 60 centimetres (2.0 ft) to 90 centimetres (3.0 ft) in height that thrive in mild weather. It is well known as an item in American cooking, and is often used in recipes interchangeably with zucchini in which it is fried, microwaved, steamed, boiled, or baked. A good yellow summer squash will be small and firm with tender skin free of blemishes and bruising. It is available all year long in some regions, but it is at its peak from early through late summer.
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See Also:
More Summer Traditions
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Sweet tea
Sweet tea is a style of iced tea commonly consumed in the United States, especially the Southern United States. Sweet tea is made by adding sugar to bags of black tea brewing in hot water while the mixture is still hot. Sweet tea can also be made with a simple syrup and is sometimes tempered with baking soda to reduce the acidity of the tea's tannins. The tea is served ice-cold and plain but may also be flavored, traditionally with raspberry, lemon or mint.
How to make sweet tea  • How to make sun tea

Summer hit:
A summer hit is a term in entertainment industry which refers to a title (song, album, film) released and peaked in its popularity during summer and often later quickly faded away.
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