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  • Crabman

    Every year

  • brent

    Interesting question.

    In the USA, it`s been every year starting in 1777.

    In terms of world-wide, it would be interesting to know when the 1st `Christmas` was…

    Now adays, we seem to have them every year.

  • Margot

    Never if you think of them in consecutive order. ,However, if you define “Christmas” as 12/25, 2015 for instance, and “New Years” as Jan 1, 2015….or New Years 2015 and Christmas 2015 in that order, then every year they are in the same year………..

  • Crabman, you are the winner!
    Every year.