From the East Kingdom Gazette, heraldically correct holiday names and armory for the Feast of Fools. Yes, you can document Feliz Navidad and Hanna Ka Harry!
“The Feast of Fools was popular festival in medieval England and France, held on or about January 1, celebrating the biblical principle that “God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise” (1 Cor. 1:27). During the Feast of Fools, mock bishops, popes and other high officials were elected, servants and masters changed places, and other foolery and foolishness was celebrated.”
The complete article and all the heraldic submissions can be found here. Enjoy!