The First Snow
Celebration of the changing of the seasons and the beginning of winter!
Children are usually the ones watching for this holiday as close as they can, in larger cities and more well off areas, when the winter clothes are provided, little treats and gifts may be hidden in the heavier clothing. Children typically wake up extra early on the days of a snowfall, and take to the outside in an attempt to leave footprints worthy of the celebration. However, when the snow falls after sunrise, the usual expectation is to watch and see if the snow lasts till the next morning.
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Heavier clothes and blankets are a must for this holiday, the first snow is the turning point for fashion and general wear in towns and villages.
It is rare that the celebration goes outside of a family unit, but some tight-knit communities or larger cities do have specific people assigned to hunt for snow just outside of their borders or to make sure it isn't missed. These people are called Puddlejumpers for the high likelihood of their mistaking slush for snow. Generally children act as Puddlejumpers with the parents checking their conclusions and footprints.
This holiday is observed on the day of the first snow. Firn, the Chilled Halfling is the supporting deity behind this holiday, not that she is explicitly required for it.