Well, this one is a stretch. The idea is to emulate Hawaii and the Hula dance in the coldness of February while pretending it’s not cold out. It isn’t in some places… like Hawaii! For the rest of the country, and world, it’s pretty cold to go out, build a bonfire and dance the hula around it in grass skirts and tiny tops. However, if it is your thing, go ahead! The first non-Hawaiian to see the dance was Captain James Cook back in 1778. I do doubt that it was demonstrated in the UK in February though when Cook’s crew returned.
How to celebrate – Go ahead and freeze your (insert desired body part here) off. Throw a Hawaii themed party. Learn how to do the Hula dance.