Pecan Day

Pecan Day

Indigenous to the Americas, pecans take their name from an Algonquin word that means “nut that requires a stone to crack.”

Source: food.com

Burger Day (UK)
Do you fancy yourself as a burger connoisseur? Then Burger Day is your excuse to indulge and to try new flavors and experiences! Burger Day is run by a small group of burger-minded Londoners who have decided to sample, test and revel in the delights (and doubtless horrors) of London burger vendors. Why not join them and […]
Mud Pack Day
Make yourself beautiful for Mud Pack Day by plastering your face and skin with (safe, ‘clean’) mud! Keep you skin supple, your pores clear and your face looking youthful and clean – just don’t forget to wash the mud off!More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at http://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/mud-pack-day/
Chocolate Fondue Day
The origins of this holiday are quite mysterious, no one knows who created Chocolate Fondue Day, where it was first celebrated, or why it is celebrated every year. It is one of those bizarre yet funny days that has appeared unannounced on our calendar, inviting us to enjoy a chocolatey celebration: dipping our favorite fruit, […]
National Workplace Napping Day
Eat your lunch, then tuck-in for a nice afternoon nap