Rattle Snake Round-Up Day

Rattle Snake Round-Up Day

Breakout the whacking sticks and round-up all those Rattlers

Origami Day
The folded paper crane is an international symbol of peace. However, there’s a lot more to origami than simple birds, and Origami Day is all about promoting the art of paper folding and showcasing incredible creations.More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at http://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/origami-day/
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National Onion Ring Day
National Onion Ring Day, celebrated on June 22nd, pays homage to the beloved deep-fried snack made from sliced onions coated in batter and crispy breadcrumbs. This tasty holiday invites food enthusiasts to savor the crunchy goodness of onion rings at their favorite restaurants and diners.
Men’s Grooming Day
There’s a lot of stigma around male grooming. But in today’s society it’s simply not acceptable to be scruffy, smelly and unkempt. So catch up, men! Men’s Grooming Day encourages men everywhere to buy and use grooming products, and to proactively manage their apperance. Salons, hairdressers and beauty parlours often cater especially to men on […]
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Maritime Day
On May 22, Maritime Day is celebrated globally, honoring the history and impact of seafaring. Originating in the U.S. in 1933, it commemorates the SS Savannah's maiden voyage in 1819, marking steam-powered transatlantic travel. The day highlights maritime contributions to global trade and prosperity, recognizes seafarers' bravery, and emphasizes the importance of sustainable maritime practices. Celebrations vary from parades to exhibitions, collectively cherishing a rich maritime legacy and advocating for ocean conservation.