High Five Day

High Five Day

When : Third Saturday in April

Gimme a high five. As a matter of fact, give everyone you see a High Five!

The ""High Five"" is a celebratory slapping of hands atop raised arms. It's been a standard for celebration of sporting victories, special event, competitions and many other activities for decades.

It's fun , and easy to celebrate this special day. Give a High Five to everyone you see. This includes friends, family, passersby, and total strangers. The more high fives you give, the better.

BTW: It's okay to give a ""Low Five"" today. But, only after you've given the ""High Five"".


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