Space Day

Space Day

Learn something about outerspace today

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Mead Day
Mead Day, celebrated on the first Saturday of August, is dedicated to enjoying and appreciating one of the world's oldest alcoholic beverages: mead. With a history spanning thousands of years and cultures around the globe, mead has seen a resurgence in recent years. Celebrate Mead Day by brewing your own mead, visiting a local meadery, or hosting a mead tasting party to honor this ancient and delightful drink.
Memory Day
Uh…what day is it again? Oh yes, that’s right – Memory Day! Celebrate the amazing gift of your memory – before you forget and the day is over! Why not try one of those on-line brain games to test your memory skills? Or devise your own test at work – cover your eyes and try […]
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Name Your Poison Day
"Name Your Poison Day" on June 8th is a whimsical celebration of choice and autonomy. Originating from the phrase commonly heard in bars, this day encourages individuals to assert their preferences confidently, whether it's in selecting a drink, pursuing hobbies, or making life decisions. It's a reminder to embrace the diversity of tastes and interests, celebrating the freedom we have to choose our paths. So on "Name Your Poison Day," raise a glass to your favorite drink or indulge in activities that reflect your unique tastes, because today is all about honoring your choices and enjoying the journey of self-expression.
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Sidewalk Egg Frying Day
July 4th isn't just about fireworks and barbecues—it's also Sidewalk Egg Frying Day! This quirky holiday invites people to test the scorching summer heat by attempting to fry an egg on the pavement. While it's more of a playful experiment than a reliable cooking method, it's a fun way to celebrate Independence Day with a bit of creativity and humor. Whether you're curious about the myth or eager to participate, Sidewalk Egg Frying Day adds a unique twist to summer traditions.