Christmas Eve is the highlight of the season; gifts are opened and the most serious feasting is done. On Christmas Day, many families attend church, and make a meal of leftovers. Some families, like the Isozes, celebrate again with friends on December 26, this time with luxurious fare like lobster, fancy desserts, and champagne. New Year's Eve is another cause for celebration, and, while most Christian countries mark the end of the Christmas season with the Feast of the Epiphany, on January 6, parties continue in Sweden until January 13—the day called the Knut. On this occasion, children gather in their homes and those of friends to take down the Christmas tree and gobble up the last of the season's confections.