Today's activity is all about the Feast of Epiphany which is a fixed date celebration, also known as Twelfth Night or the 12th Day of Christmas. In Churches, it commemorates the coming of the Magi to see the young Jesus whose birth was foretold. Epiphany also means "revelation" and the birth of Jesus reveals God's gift to the world. Twelfth Night is a different celebration. Shakespeare's play of the same name was based on an old tradition where everything was topsy turvy for one night: servant becoming master, master becoming servant, decided by a token found in a pie, This tradition is still celebrated in France. The twelfth day of Christmas is also the day that traditionally all the Christmas decoration come down and are put away - certainly, that is my task today!