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Parent’s Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Repeats every year on July on the fourth Sunday Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parents%27_Day

National Raspberry Cream Pie Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Repeats every year on the 18 of August

National Lemon Meringue Pie Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} The first mention of Lemon Meringue Pie Day we could find was on the Sara Lee Desserts website back in 2004. Repeats every year on the 15 of August Alternatively, you could… If you’re not a big fan of lemon meringue pie, you can still observe the day by making plain meringue cookies, … Continue Reading

National Rum Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Repeats every year on the 16 of August Alternatively, you could… If you’d prefer to avoid an alcoholic beverage or want something the whole family can enjoy (including the kids), pick up some Rum Butter LifeSavers candies. Source http://www.nationalrumdayfest.com/

National Scrapple Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Scrapple, is not a misspelling of the popular board game “Scrabble”, it is actually a pork loaf dish made from the leftovers of a butchered pork combined with dry seasonings like flour. The recipe was discovered by colonists settling near Pennsylvania between the 17th-18th centuries, which is why today this dish is considered … Continue Reading

National Arbor Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Arbor Day was founded in 1872 by Sterling Morton as a way to recognize and support the planting of trees. By the 1920s, each state in the United States has recognized a specific day to observe Arbor Day within their state. National Arbor Day is celebrated every year on the last Friday in … Continue Reading

National Bison Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} National Bison Day is observed on the first Saturday in November as a way of celebrating America’s largest land mammal. To participate, snap a picture of yourself wearing a beard and hashtag it (#BeardsForBison) to spread the word to fellow bison supporters. Repeats every year on November on the first Saturday Alternatively, you … Continue Reading

National Brush Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} The day after halloween was designated as National Brush Day in 2013 by The Partnership for Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives, specifically to encourage kids to brush their teeth after a night of eating candy. Repeats every year on the 1 of November Alternatively, you could… We sincerely stress that everyone participate! And extend … Continue Reading

World Vegan Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} World Vegan Day is held on November 1st of each year as a way for vegans to celebrate and promote the benefits of veganism. The Chair of the Vegan Society founded World Vegan Day in 1994 to commemorate 50 years of the Vegan Society. If you’re not a vegan, you can still participate … Continue Reading

National Men Make Dinner Day

{Unsplash.com Photo} Time for the men to make dinner.  There are rules to celebrate this day, such as no grilling.  A traditional meal with the family is the purpose of this day. Repeats every year on November on the first Thursday Alternatively, you could… Since it doesn’t specify “which” men are making the dinner, you … Continue Reading